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Watch Me Make Turkey Fried Rice in My New #EscapeToThailand Event on Nov. 14

Turkey season is just around the corner, y’all! That means it’s time to start planning what to put on the table come Thanksgiving and the holidays. If you’re in the mood to add something new to your menu this year, may I suggest turkey fried rice?

Speaking of turkey fried rice, I will demo how to make this dish in my upcoming Escape to Thailand cooking experience. This online event is happening on Saturday, November 14.

And it’s free! So, join me in the fun and learn a new dish for Thanksgiving. You can sign up here: https://bit.ly/2TVtZve.

What’s so special about turkey fried rice?

turkey fried riceFried rice in any form is great, as long as it’s cooked properly. You can enjoy it as a side dish, or you can toss in a few ingredients to make it a meal on its own. What makes fried rice even more awesome is it’s a practical way to reuse leftover ingredients just sitting in your fridge.

The same goes for turkey fried rice. It’s a scrumptious dish that deserves a place on your table on Thanksgiving and the holidays. On the plate, you have fluffy fried rice with slivers of turkey and other fall ingredients like cranberries and nuts. It’s the perfect fusion of American and Thai flavors.

Turkey fried rice is also a practical dish. If you don’t plan on serving a whole bird for Thanksgiving, then you can still enjoy turkey on Turkey Day with this dish. Or, if you’re anticipating a load of leftover turkey after Thanksgiving, this dish is an amazing addition to your repertoire of recipes for leftovers.

Plus, it’s an easy recipe that you can quickly whip up in your kitchen.

This Escape to Thailand cooking experience goes beyond cooking.

If you’ve attended any of my previous events, like my live cooking classes and my other Escape to Thailand events, you’d know that this one on November 14 is going to be more than just learning how to cook turkey fried rice.

It’s going to be a total experience. Besides learning how to make this delicious fusion dish, you can expect me to share a bunch of stories. They can be stories about my childhood in Bangkok, about Thai food and culture in general, and my own multicultural experience as a Thai-American.

It’s going to be a fun Saturday in my kitchen this November 14. Come and join me!

Again, here’s the sign-up link: https://bit.ly/2TVtZve

See you there!

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