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TurkeyTaste, Vol. III: Milano, Kitchenette, and Conclusion

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The last part of Bwog Poultry Pundit David Hu’s hunt for the ultimate Thanksgiving sandwich.

Meal Three: Saturday, November 21, 2009. 12:02pm
Cajun Roasted Turkey from Milano

In a twist, I went to Milano for lunch, where, once again, they did not have any special Thanksgiving sandwiches. So I settle on something a little unexpected for the season, the Cajun Roasted Turkey sandwich with turkey, French Brie, and honey mustard.

I have to admit, before I ate the sandwich, I was already a little tired of all the turkey I’ve been having. But the sandwich reminded me why there’s a whole season dedicated to the meat. The sandwich features a good balance of an appreciable amount of turkey with lettuce, tomato, and French Brie. If you want to have a sampling of Thanksgiving in just one bite of a sandwich, this is a great choice.

Still, it’s a lot of turkey. Although I’m personally not complaining, but if you’re sick of turkey already, perhaps you may consider the Capri Panini for a little spice in your pre-Thanksgiving life.

Meal Four: Saturday, November 21, 2009. 8:40pm
Hot Roast Turkey from Kitchenette

Second turkey meal of the day is a perplexing one. Although I ordered “Hot Roast Turkey” from the sandwich menu, what I was handed instead was clearly not a sandwich wrapped in foil, but a box. Inside, I found one slice of bread covered with cornbread stuffing, turkey, and gravy and a little cup of cranberry relish. I think it was missing a slice of bread or something.
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I take a bite of this not-sandwich and am filled with utter joy. Not necessarily because of the turkey (which I am pretty sick of by now), but because I have completed my quest. If there were ever a meal that contains “Thanksgiving in a bite,” it would be this wonder from Kitchenette. Everything from the texture of the turkey to the way the gravy makes a mess reminds me of Thanksgiving. I would highly recommend this to anybody who wants to experience a whole weekend home with their family in a few short minutes.

I finish the meal with a smile, knowing this satisfying meal would be the last turkey I have in a while. At least until Thanksgiving, but that’s a few turkey-free days away.

Meal five: Sunday, Novmeberr2 1, 2009. 2:01am
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4 Comments

  1. Lara

    Cajun roast turkey from Milano is AMAZING. Get it everytime.

  2. don't forget  

    to review panino sportivo!

  3. Spicy Special  

    The crackdel review made this whole series worthwhile.

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