Turkey leg with mole... at KJ's Caribe Restaurant y Cantina | Rock Candy

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Turkey leg with mole... at KJ's Caribe Restaurant y Cantina

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MASSIVE:  Turkey Leg Mole at KJs Caribe Restaurant y Cantina
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  • MASSIVE: Turkey Leg Mole at KJ's Caribe Restaurant y Cantina
Outside of the county fair, how many chances do you have to eat an entire turkey leg as part of a meal? KJ Zumwalt with Caribe in Eureka Springs has a smoked turkey leg that's a thing of legend — as the centerpiece of her Mole dish. Savory doesn't cover it. Neither does the mole sauce — at least, not completely, which is a good thing because to eat it you really have to pick it up or pick the meat off the bone. No matter, comes with a side of the fabulous too-many-ingredients-to-count mole sauce, along with seasoned rice and beans and a light mango-kiwi salad with creamy cilantro sauce. This is a dish to share... with someone you don't mind using their fingers on your meat.

There are many other reasons to try out Caribe. Those reasons and a love story, over at Tie Dye Travels.

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