Good news, everyone! There’s still time to amend your Thanksgiving menu. And if you’re looking for a dish to dazzle your guests, look no further than Al Roker’s sweet potato … poon?
What do our guest judges think of @alroker's "sweet potato poon"?
They love it! pic.twitter.com/jRi3IFC95A
— TODAY (@TODAYshow) November 21, 2018
TMI, TODAY Show.
— Danielle (@daniellegee) November 21, 2018
— Skertle (@HockeyJSJ) November 21, 2018
— Mike Miller (@MikeMillerHT) November 21, 2018
The what pic.twitter.com/q0Bc1lYJqp
— The Mona Lisa (@jubilantsleep) November 21, 2018
His what now?
— GrouchoGlasses (@GrouchoGlasses) November 21, 2018
Excuse me. 'Sweet Potato' what-now? https://t.co/NZo2VrYrLp
— Mr. Petty (@_RandomJ_) November 21, 2018
What the heck is poon?
— Kalen Allen (@TheKalenAllen) November 21, 2018
We’re pretty sure it’s not what Al Roker thinks it is.
GP My Lord, that is not actually what someone called that. Poon? Really?
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) November 21, 2018
— Grinning_Nervously (@WYankowy) November 21, 2018
I too shall be serving some sweet potato poon this holiday season… pic.twitter.com/bh295MLnm2
— Lil Graham Cracker Crust ? (@PropiaSalsa) November 21, 2018
Every thanksgiving grandma yells out “My poon is ready!”
— I am Responsiblish (@dan_man_25) November 21, 2018
Would @alroker ever suggest adding citrus to the dish for some poon tang?
— Darrick Thomas (@imdarrick) November 21, 2018
Nothing says 'The Holidays' like having that sweet poon tang in my mouth.
— Johnnie 'Rude and Terrible' Disaster (@JohnnieDisaster) November 21, 2018
Al Roker's Thanksgiving party. Go for the turkey, stay for the poon. https://t.co/094Nr7fzoR
— Doug Powers (@ThePowersThatBe) November 21, 2018