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Crazy Mystery Thanksgiving Food Photo Contest!

Our Thanksgiving spread! Read on regarding the Mystery Food.

Our Thanksgiving spread! Read on regarding the Mystery Food.

Exactly a year ago, I was spending Thanksgiving alone in Northern Thailand, quietly eating stir-fried vegetables in a Chiang Mai restaurant. It wasn’t lonely or bad, honestly. But that said, I truly appreciated that this year I could spend America’s special Stuff Yourself Holiday with beloved family and friends in New York and Philadelphia!

Now on to the contest promised by the heading of this article.

During our New York Thanksgiving awesomeness, my cousin Doug concocted a truly remarkable dish, which was also deeply mysterious. The contest I propose to you is simple: The first reader to correctly identify, from the following photos, this mystery food that Doug created (with perfect sentence construction and ample details) WINS!

The Honorable Mention will go to the three commenters with the most creative interpretations of Doug’s Mystery Food shown in these pictures. FYI, If you click on a photo it will enlarge for your viewing pleasure. On your marks, get set… GO!

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Qiyin Y.

Tuesday 12th of June 2012

I was tricked into thinking the cauliflower was a loaf of bread! >.< I have to say, it looks so good. For Thanksgiving, I'm going to do that to trick my parents into thinking cauliflower as a dessert!

Triston X.

Saturday 14th of April 2012

The dish is so creative I am not a big fan of cauliflower. I am surprised that you said the cauliflower is good. The cauliflower looked like some sort of meat at first.

Jun Hao Lei

Wednesday 15th of February 2012

Wow! At first I thought it was a bread or some kind of pork. Later on I thought it was a cauliflower and I was right. By the way did it taste good?

Lillie

Wednesday 15th of February 2012

Good job! :) And yes!

chris martin

Saturday 26th of November 2011

yes it a whole head of baked cauliflower

Mike L

Monday 20th of June 2011

I didn't know what the mystery food was, at first, but then, when I saw you cutting it open, I saw cauliflower/brocolli. I was so surprised, and kind of disturbed, because, it look like bread at first.

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