Is it me, or is Thanksgiving dinner becoming the same-old same-old? Okay, maybe it is me. Anyway, in an effort to spice up the old turkey day feast, I’ve put together a staff of international chefs to prepare a tradition Thanksgiving dinner, InternationalÃ?Â©!
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Sweet & Sour Potatoes – A saucy little side dish that can drive men mad. Jackie Chan once killed a man for taking his sweet and sour potatoes.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Turkey Catetori – Joey from Little Italy whipped up this dish one afternoon after a couple of sambucas. It was an immediate hit. Turkey so tender and so moist, you can practically drink it.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Water chestnut stuffing – A little taste of the Far East with this extra crunchy stuffing. Just like Mao used to make. And an hour later, you’re thankful again.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Jamaican Smoked Turkey – No, we don’t know what they were smoking when they made this.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Sushi potpie – What can we say, raw fish served in raw crust. All you need is something to wash it down with.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Pumpkin wurst – Who can say no to orange sausage?
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Mince meat loaf – It wasn’t easy getting the mince to stick together, but, boy, is it worth it!
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Chestnut butter and Jelly – it’s comfort food only edgy and different.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Cranberries flambÃ?Â© – It’s more then just a desert, it’s a fire hazard.
Ã¢Â?Â¢ Pumpkin l’orange – Yes, it sure is orange. And nothing rhymes with it.
It’s this kind of food that makes you wonder what the Pilgrims were thinking.