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  • #1024
    AvatarRezwan
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    I’m dreaming of a fusion themed Thanksgiving menu.

    It’s tough. We could go with the “fusion is hot” theme and have hot wings as a side meat dish.

    And those cranberries – could we play around with them on the plate to trace out the basics of a fusion reaction? Cranberries as protons, currants or raisins as neutrons?

    Asparagus standing up around the ham as the electrodes? Cover it with a glass dome as the vacuum chamber?

    Alas, I am culinarily challenged.

    A set of interlocking dishes that have the pB11 stages might be interesting. That’s more of a puzzle piece.

    OK, I’m all out. Going traditional this year. Happy Tday!

    #9078
    AvatarAeronaut
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    Maybe ‘fuse’ everything together in the food processor?

    #9079
    AvatarMTd2
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    #9083
    AvatarBrian H
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    A big, toroidal Tokamak Turkey? Or would that be a Turkey Tokamak … ?

    :coolgrin:

    #9085
    Avatarbenf
    Participant

    How’s about a fusion powered oven to roast the Turkey!
    Happy Thanksgiving everyone…

    #9088
    AvatarLerner
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    Fusion food is anything where two or more culinary tradtions are fused. So tomorrow I will fuse a recipe from China with one from North Africa. If the experiment turns out well, I expect the dish will generate a lot of electricty at the party I am taking it to. If not, it may be treated as radioactive.

    #9089
    AvatarBrian H
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    Lerner wrote: Fusion food is anything where two or more culinary tradtions are fused. So tomorrow I will fuse a recipe from China with one from North Africa. If the experiment turns out well, I expect the dish will generate a lot of electricty at the party I am taking it to. If not, it may be treated as radioactive.

    Szechuan meets Tripoli … hmmm…

    #9096
    AvatarIvy Matt
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    And a nice yellow cake for dessert. Happy Thanksgiving all!

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