Just a quick reminder this week: tiki is for every day of the year. For example, here’s the Thanksgiving dinner I had with Andrew and our fellow Thanksgiving orphan Liz. Just to tiki things up a tiny bit, we served it on my Brock “Aloha” plates with side beverages in my Siesta Ware Hawaiian glasses.
Just in case you’re interested, a close-up of the food itself:
That’s turkey cutlet with cranberry-pomegranate dressing, mashed potatoes, mashed sweet potatoes, cornbread stuffing, and green beans with pecans. My pumpkin rolls came out of the oven after all this, but they were excellent.
Nonetheless, I bow to the superior dedication of Charles Phoenix, pioneer of the Tiki Thanksgiving Dinner.
Next year, maybe. I can dream.