Spending the day with friends, including a couple from Europe, so it's the perfect occasion for a non-traditional Thanksgiving. It will also be easier to cook in a couple of kitchens and then bring things over to be finished when necessary in the host's rather small kitchen. We live in San Diego so virtually any Mexican ingredient is available to us. The idea is to create a menu that uses standard American ingredients but in Mexican dishes and flavors--Turkey Mole Enchiladas are likely to be the main course...everything else is up for discussion. I hope to incorporate pumpkin, potatoes, cubed bread and whatever else would work well. I thought this would be the perfect place to get creative ideas. Care to contribute? Thanks.