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Keg of ranch dressing? Stove Top Stuffing pants? Yes, these are real gifts

| Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017, 11:45 a.m.

Looking for some unusual food-related gifts? How about stuffing pants or a keg of ranch dressing? (And we wonder why there's an obesity crisis.)

All the ranch dressing you can stand

Admit it. You love ranch salad dressing.

The real question now is, how much?

If your answer is that you love it enough to buy a keg of it, you are in luck.

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Hidden Valley has announced a line of holiday gifts. Featured: A keg that holds five liters, or a bit over a gallon, of ranch dressing — and a year's supply of Hidden Valley Ranch .

The keg measures in at 9.7 inches tall and 6.3 inches in diameter. And it costs $50.

Apparently the "mini ranch keg" is a hot item.

"Pre-order today," the gift guide states. "Item begins shipping December 11."

If that's not your style, you can always order a Hidden Valley holiday ranch fountain — with a festive skirt — for $110, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

That item weighs in at two pounds and has four "easy to assemble" tiers. Again, there's a year supply of Hidden Valley ranch dressing included.

Stuff yourself into these Stove Top pants

Stove Top wants you to enjoy more of Thanksgiving in comfort, so the Kraft-Heinz brand has created Thanksgiving Dinner Pants: comfortable, stretch-waisted pants with a little bit of Stove Top style.

The unisex, maroon pants feature an over the belly waistband, embellished with Stove Top stuffing imagery and complimented by XXL stuffing print pockets.

The pants are available in sizes small to extra-large for $19.98 at thanksgivingdinnerpants.com .

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