Daniel Craig Says He Hates Thanksgiving Stuffing

Daniel Craig could also be an American citizen now, however there are nonetheless a number of traditions he is studying to like. In a Nov. 21 look on “The Late Present with Stephen Colbert,” the “Glass Onion” actor revealed that regardless of celebrating Thanksgiving for years now, there’s one vacation aspect dish that continues to baffle him: stuffing. The dialog began innocently sufficient, with Craig giving cranberry sauce his stamp of approval, however issues veered into debate mode when Colbert requested for his opinion on stuffing. “I feel it is an abomination,” he admitted, inflicting a right away uproar from the studio viewers.

“Have you ever seen English meals?” Colbert retorted. “You guys have savory puddings! I cannot take culinary critique from a rustic that has a kidney pie.” Craig’s largest gripe with stuffing is principally in its preparation, seeing because the herby bread items are “stuffed up the a**” of a turkey earlier than cooking within the oven, as he so eloquently described. “I feel it must be cooked individually. It is good, however I do not assume it is best to convey it anyplace close to the chook,” Craig continued.

“I cannot take culinary critique from a rustic that has a kidney pie.”

Colbert valiantly tried to get Craig to come back round and rethink his agency place on stuffing, however the “No Time to Die” star nonetheless insisted it was “too difficult” for him to get behind. “It is too difficult to place moist bread inside a chook?” Colbert requested, voicing what all stuffing-lovers may be considering. However even the late-night host was prepared to concede that it may be an odd meals to cook dinner, saying, “I’ll admit that it feels disturbing while you’re doing it, if you happen to’re doing it proper.” Watch the total video above and tell us the place you stand on the good stuffing debate of 2022.

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