What’s good to eat Thanksgiving week is favorite no-cook food, and lite faves. I’m getting fresh home style cottage cheese from the supermercado, maybe mix with shredded carrots, capers, scallions and maybe not. I also scored a deal on mangoes and papaya chunks.
http://www.elranchoinc.com/el/index.html

My favorite peanut butter for grownups sandwich, the Tineka,  my candidate for one of the best sammies of all time,  from Cafe Lula in Chicago. It is electrifying with chili paste, sweet soy sauce, cukes, red onion and sprouts.
http://www.lulacafe.com/lula/menupages.html

Ima cook one big meal, aside from the turkey one, and eat it all week, including Ottolenghi’s sweet slaw (with lime, papaya and mango, eat your heart out). http://www.toast-nz.com/2012/07/bookshelf-ottolenghis-plenty-sweet.html

Roast pork shall be eaten hot, cold, shredded, stirfried or nuked until it’s gone. I am lucky to love fruit and eat a bunch of it, clementines and honey crisp apples now. Hummus for healthy lunches.
I think maybe after the turkey Ima go to Costco, get a crate of mangoes and make mangoneada popsicles. The supermercado has the sekrit ingredient, chamoy sauce.
http://alibi.com/food/36098/Spicy-Thirst-Destruction.html
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