Thanksgiving Foods You’re Allowed To Bring On A Plane

Many will be taking to the skies this week to visit family for Thanksgiving, and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) says you’re allowed to travel with your protein of choice, whether it be a turkey or a turducken. The agency says, “Turduckens can be packed in dry ice for carry-on and checked bags. If you pack your turducken in regular ice, remember that the ice must be completely frozen when going through the checkpoint in order to adhere to the 3-1-1 rules for liquids, gels, and aerosols.” You’ll also want to be sure your bird doesn’t exceed your airline’s carry-on size allowance. If you’re traveling with gravy, you’ll have to check the item, but other items like cakes, pies, bread, donuts, fruits and vegetables are allowed to be taken as carry-ons. (Consumerist)¬†