Turkey and Tequila

Nov 2, 2020 by Anita Kaltenbaugh

November is my favorite month in Puerto Peñasco. The sea is shimmering, the weather is outstanding, and if you’re lucky, there is turkey and tequila.

November in Puerto Peñasco starts out with the Dia de Los Muertos aka Day of the Dead – which has been recognized by UNESCO in its List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity – and ends with American expats celebration of Thanksgiving. Officially, Dia de Los Muertos is November 2nd, but generally in non-pandemic seasons the celebration begins on October 31st, (Halloween) and ends on November 2nd. Celebrations are typically a lively large event with music, food, parades, and costumes; a centuries old tradition celebrating the lives of deceased friends and family members. This year, family and friends will still honor their loved ones but in small gatherings.

2020 has been such a strange year, but if you’re reading this then you know you have a lot to be thankful for – you’ve almost made it through the strangest year ever. And hopefully you will spend time on the shores of Puerto Peñasco and enjoy a little tequila and turkey. In my opinion, salt water heals everything.

If you’re wondering how tequila and turkey go together, let me share something I discovered written on a little scroll, from a wonderful restaurant I visited in Mexico City, Villa Maria.

How to cook turkey with tequila: I included both the Spanish and English version.

Como Cocinar un Pavo Al Tequila

  1. Vaya a comprar un pavo.
  2. Tomese un Trago de tequila.
  3. Ponga el pavo en el horno.
  4. Tomese otros dos tragos de tequila.
  5. Ponga el grado a 180 hornos.
  6. Tomese tres tequilas mas de trago.
  7. Horna el prendo.
  8. Tomese tres tequilas mas de traguila.
  9. Peva el mato.
  10. Tequila otra botella de traer.
  11. Inserte el pavo en el termometro.
  12. Tequilese otra sirva de copa.
  13. Hornee el tequila durante cuatro horas.
  14. Saque el horno del pavo.
  15. Saque el horno del pavo.
  16. Pave el piso del levante.
  17. Repave el lleno.
  18. Consigase otra tequella de botila.
  19. Monga la pesa y tomese una copa de pavila.
  20. Bendiga la dicion, sirva y comase.

Lisssto hip,

I had a shot of tequila when I translated it to English, maybe you should have one when you read it:

How to Cook a Tequila Turkey

  1. Vaya a comprar un pavo.
  2. Tomese un Trago de tequila.
  3. Ponga el pavo en el horno.
  4. Tomese otros dos tragos de tequila.
  5. Ponga el grado a 180 hornos.
  6. Tomese tres tequilas mas de trago.
  7. Horna el prendo.
  8. Tomese tres tequilas mas de traguila.
  9. Peva el mato.
  10. Tequila otra botella de traer.
  11. Inserte el pavo en el termometro.
  12. Tequilese otra sirva de copa.
  13. Hornee el tequila durante cuatro horas.
  14. Saque el horno del pavo.
  15. Saque el horno del pavo.
  16. Pave el piso del levante.
  17. Repave el lleno.
  18. Consigase otra tequella de botila.
  19. Monga la pesa y tomese una copa de pavila.
  20. Bendiga la dicion, sirva y comase.
  1. Go buy a turkey.
  2. Have a sip of tequila.
  3. Put the turkey in the oven.
  4. Have another two shots of tequila.
  5. Set the degree to 180 ovens.
  6. Have three more tequilas to drink.
  7. Bake the prendo.
  8. Have three more tequilas of traguila.
  9. Peva the bush.
  10. Tequila another bottle to bring.
  11. Insert the turkey into the thermometer.
  12. Have another serve as a glass.
  13. Bake the tequila for four hours.
  14. Take the oven out of the turkey.
  15. Take the oven out of the turkey.
  16. Pave the east floor.
  17. Repave the full.
  18. Get yourself another botila tequella.
  19. Monga weights her and have a glass of pavila.
  20. Bless the diction, serve and eat.

Regardless of how you cook your turkey, give thanks for your blessings, for being here and surviving this crazy year of our lives.

If you drink tequila Salud, if not maybe this is the year you try it with your turkey.

Happy November and Happy Thanksgiving.

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