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5 Not-Quite-Traditional Thanksgiving Appetizers

By Joel Kahn | November 20, 2012

 

Photo: Paul Brissman

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate this wondrous melting pot we call America—and it only makes sense to incorporate some different cultures into this year’s feast. To inspire creativity, here are a few recipes that will add some spice and zing to any Thanksgiving’s first course…even if they might not be what one traditionally expects.

So take your guests on a journey to Thailand, the Middle East, or Mexico with some of these recipes. Thanksgiving is a time for tradition, but it’s also a great opportunity to share something new.

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