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Evil Penevil

Thanksgiving Dinner 2018

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Turkey Day in two weeks! For anyone who wants a U.S.-style holiday turkey dinner on Nov. 22, here are some suggestions:

On the left is Chik-n-Coop Bar, on the right is Rich Man, Poor Man in Jomtien:

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Coop's all-you-can-eat Thanksgiving spread tops the value-for-money list, plus the food is delicious and has a genuine homemade taste to it.  It is sold out every year.  If interested, buy your ticket ASAP and get there at 6 p.m. when the dinner kicks off.  With any of the Thanksgiving meals, whether fixed-plate or buffet, you want to be among the first customers.  Roast turkey and the trimmings don't do well in chafing dishes or under warming lights.

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The menu at the Sportsman looks great and a glass of homemade eggnog might be enough to tempt me.

 

And some others:

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Smokin Joes BBQ on Soi Lengkee:

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I know Tigglebitties also has a fixed-plate Thanksgiving dinner, but I haven't seen the details.  Tequila Reef usually has a Thanksgiving buffet, but I haven't seen any adverts for this year.

 

Evil

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3 hours ago, Al McReady said:

I might pop in to  Coops its been a while.

First time I met Evil was a coops on the 4th of July. You, elway, stargazer, radnyc and I am trying to remember a couple more. Ended up down the soi half a dozen good times.

Elway said he is looking forward to seeing you later this month.

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23 hours ago, Midnight Moon said:

Tequila Reef is nothing short of a slop kitchen. I’ve had food from there twice and it was God awful. 

I did ThanksGiving once at Tequila Reef, and the turkey was just fluffy shavings, completely tasteless ((     luckily this year i will be in the Philippines and plan to book a turkey meal for a private party, with all the trimmings.

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To our American brothers?

What else would the typical American family get up to on Thanksgiving besides the dinner?

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8 minutes ago, dcfc2007 said:

To our American brothers?

What else would the typical American family get up to on Thanksgiving besides the dinner?

Get drunk, talk shit, get into fights, go fishing or deer hunting etc just the normal stuff

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2 hours ago, NewAmsterdam said:

First time I met Evil was a coops on the 4th of July. You, elway, stargazer, radnyc and I am trying to remember a couple more. Ended up down the soi half a dozen good times.

Elway said he is looking forward to seeing you later this month.

 

5 hours ago, Al McReady said:

I might pop in to  Coops its been a while.

Am I right in thinking its on second road ? Been there with Bruce , Mike Asia and you ....A band near road  playing ..We all went Bamboo Crawling after one night :) 

 

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2 hours ago, Paul Chonburi said:

I did ThanksGiving once at Tequila Reef, and the turkey was just fluffy shavings, completely tasteless ((     luckily this year i will be in the Philippines and plan to book a turkey meal for a private party, with all the trimmings.

Good move mate. Every time I walk or drive past I make a point of screaming in the doorway, really don’t like them at all.

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13 minutes ago, Midnight Moon said:

Good move mate. Every time I walk or drive past I make a point of screaming in the doorway, really don’t like them at all.

I wondered what that noise was 😂 Put me off my tacos 🌮 

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2 hours ago, Parky said:

 

Am I right in thinking its on second road ? Been there with Bruce , Mike Asia and you ....A band near road  playing ..We all went Bamboo Crawling after one night :) 

 

Yes that's it

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14 hours ago, dcfc2007 said:

To our American brothers?

What else would the typical American family get up to on Thanksgiving besides the dinner?

In the morning, 50 million Americans watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on television.  It's the world's biggest parade, with 3.5 million people flooding the streets of Manhattan to watch it live.

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In the afternoon and evening, a lot of people will watch U.S. football on TV or attend local matches.  There's a long tradition of football on Thanksgiving Day.  In many communities, the Christmas season also kicks off on Thanksgiving Day, with a lot of families attending local events.

 

Evil

 

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I'll use an ad from Tops to convey my Thanksgiving wishes to everyone.   :D    This shows just how far globalization has gone.

Out of curiosity, does anyone know if these are Thailand-raised or imported birds for 450 baht/kg?   If imported, are they from N. America or another region?

Many thanks and best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving and Loy Kratong.

Pilgrim Penevil

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Here are the photos from last night's Thanksgiving dinner at Tigglebitties Tavern:

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It was a good dinner and I enjoyed it. It had a home-made American appearance and taste to it.   The turkey, a mixture of light and dark, was moist and tender.  The mashed potatoes,  gravy,  cranberry sauce and green bean casserole were fine.  The stuffing was the weakest part of the meal,  OK but not much taste or texture. The dinner cost 695 baht and  a bottle of San Miguel Light was 55 baht.

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The apple pie was the best I can remember having in Thailand.

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The pumpkin pie wasn't part of the Tigglebitties' dinner but was contributed by one of the diners.

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8 hours ago, Evil Penevil said:

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Here are the photos from last night's Thanksgiving dinner at Tigglebitties Tavern:

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It was a good dinner and I enjoyed it. It had a home-made American appearance and taste to it.   The turkey, a mixture of light and dark, was moist and tender.  The mashed potatoes,  gravy,  cranberry sauce and green bean casserole were fine.  The stuffing was the weakest part of the meal,  OK but not much taste or texture. The dinner cost 695 baht and  a bottle of San Miguel Light was 55 baht.

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The apple pie was the best I can remember having in Thailand.

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The pumpkin pie wasn't part of the Tigglebitties' dinner but was contributed by one of the diners.

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Evil

Wasn't a Guy in his 60's with Glasses and full tattoo coverage that brought the Pumpkin Pie was it?

:)

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