How Culturally Fluent is Your Thanksgiving?

by Global Advertising Strategies on November 14, 2012

Thanksgiving is a week away – other holidays to follow shortly after, — and with our country’s changing demographic makeup being front and center after the election results, we thought we could take a look at how we could augment our holiday meals with some cultural fare. With nearly half of the country living bi-culturally – adopting the American tradition, but retaining specific cultural preferences – it might be the time to open Thanksgiving meal up for discussion. All in good fun, AND we tried to keep it healthy as well.

The idea is that we all expand our scope beyond the basics – since our world is so rapidly changing around us.  And technology and innovations allow us to grab the most unusual recipes within a blink of an eye.  So that this year’s holiday meal may be remembered with a warm smile for a long time.  Go ahead, pour that wine into your soup!

Did we miss a favorite recipe or tradition of yours? Add it on to the pile!

 

Main Course: Beer-marinated turkey

Stuffing: Sticky rice and water chestnuts.

Sauce: Mole here and Mole there.

Sides: Fava beans.

Dessert: Pumpkin flan.

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