I’ve mentioned the turkey we cooked the other day. We really didn’t have any particular aim for the meat so I had a big ziplock bag full in the fridge waiting for me to do something. Turkey salad sounded like a good way to move some of that along. I have fun putting these salads together, chicken and turkey are pretty much interchangeable. This one has a dressing of sour cream and mayo, in a 1:1 ratio. I like to add cheese to mine and I usually have partial bags of shredded cheese laying about. This one got a little cheddar and Monterey jack, and a substantial amount of Parmesan. I can recommend Parmesan as being a particularly good addition after tasting this batch. Also mixed in – pickle relish, chopped celery, a smallish Vidalia onion, a half cup or so of red bell pepper, a few minced cloves of garlic, and a tablespoon of well chopped fresh parsley.More wildlife! Not all that random, Mrs J adds corn and sunflower seeds to that pile daily and the local deer know to stop by.Mrs J discovered a coupon app from her favorite store, she exercises it weekly. Pork chops cooked in mushroom soup for a fantastic gravy and one of my all time favorite comfort foods. I nearly ruined the box mix rice, it was all set to go in the rice cooker when I grabbed the rice vinegar bottle instead of the olive oil and gave it a good dose. I dumped it out through a sieve and added it back to the cooker with fresh water. It came out fine!Here’s an oldie but goody of Toby. Caption contest!I’m getting better at shaping the buns. I’ve standardized on 8 buns per recipe, they make fair sized buns, not too big or too small.I had to ask Mrs J how this momma-to-be cat got so dirty but she assures me that it’s natural coloration.Here’s a handsome boy! Ringo has some pretty blue eyes, he’s five months old and is ready to go out the door. Hurry, he won’t be waiting long!