Don’t feel like slaving over a hot stove this Thursday? Reserve a table at Mondrian Scottsdale’s Asia de Cuba for all the traditional fixings with a twist (turkey with Asian-spiced gravy, pineapple-chorizo cornbread stuffing and lime-honey sweet potatoes). Or, there will be select offerings from Asia de Cuba’s regular menu that would really shake things up. I suggest the butterfish and lobster-boniato mash (one of my most favorite side dishes in Scottsdale). 480.308.1131, www.mondrianscottsdale.com.