My work has come up with another excuse to cook and get fatter - this Friday we're going to have an International-themed cookoff, to stretch our guts for Turkey Day next week.
I was going to go with something like carnitas, but two others are cooking similar dishes. I was considering maybe doing a chicken curry, but I want to stay away from poultry, since we'll be gorging on turkey soon. Maybe a lamb curry, but I'm not sure how expensive lamb is at the moment, or how many people don't like lamb (from my experience, people either love it or hate it)
So, what I'm looking for is a good dish (that won't break the bank), that will re-heat reasonably well (I'll probably make it Thursday night, re-heat it Friday morning, and it will no doubt have to be nuked at times throughout the day). I want to stay away from anything you'd find in a traditional Thanksgiving meal, but I'm drawing a blank....
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