WASHINGTON — A $5 bowl of pomegranates, fresh whipped cream and a slice of lemon will be your new favorite treat for a Thanksgiving dinner.
“I know what you’re going to want to do, and I know how to make it, and it’s delicious,” said Darlene Anderson, of Fort Worth, Texas, during a recent Thanksgiving dinner at the Capitol Hill eatery.
She was referring to the homemade meal at the restaurant with her husband, father and father-in law.
Her meal, made with the help of two employees from the Capitol Police Department, cost just under $5, the Capitol News Service reported.
And if you have two, it’s only $1.50 each.
“The first thing I do is I put the bowls in the refrigerator,” Anderson said.
Once I get my husband and dad, they’re gone.
I get the bowls and I put them in the microwave and cook the eggs and then I put it in the fridge.
The meal also includes two bowls of chicken broth and a bowl of pumpkin pie spice.
Pomegranated-apple sorbet is the centerpiece of the meal, and the fruit can be used as a filling for dessert or served alongside the rice, according to Capitol Police.
After the meal is served, the patrons can get the “breadcrumbs,” a mix of powdered sugar and cinnamon, and “cornbread,” a mixture of bread and cornmeal.
Anderson said she can also get a portion of pumpkin and pumpkin pie to use for a holiday dessert, according the Capitol news service.
You can order online or by calling the restaurant at (214) 621-5570.
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