Down the road a piece, these things have been growing since the beans were cut. Had no clue what they were but our curiosity was piqued when the tops of the root started showing.I stopped and pulled one to get a better look at it. I was thinking some kind of turnip, I had an idea that they were known to be a winter cover crop but a search quickly turned up the answer: They are daikons – a type of radish. I’ve even made a pickle out of them before, with carrots, as a garnish for sammiches. The one I cut up for that was huge! I guess the one I pulled was a youngster.The pork mole was so good yesterday we had it again today, with the addition of another go at the mole sauce. I looked at this recipe and let it be a guide but mine was with it more in spirit than in fact. Still, I think I hit the highlights. Today’s sauce is the darker one poured across the burritos with the sour cream on top of it.Post needs moar kittehs! Frank is the long hair, he’s been there a long time, found in a dumpster and still a bit feral. The black and white one is Susie, she’s 5 years old and is an old timer at the shelter. She’s shy, you can pet her but don’t try to cuddle. Just sayin’.Sloppy Joe! A family favorite. We like them with cheese. This one has hot giardiniera as a garnish, I’d mix it right in with the ground beef but Mrs J would not. stand. for. that.Moar kitteh! Mrs J says she is just a sweetheart, purrs and loves to cuddle, reaches out for you. She’s 4-5 months old and plays well with others, has had her shots and is spayed and ready to go!Here’s a turkey breast and leg quarters that have been salted and refrigerated overnight. Most of the green salt has been brushed away and the pan is ready for the oil.Here it is five or six hours later, hot out of a 225-250 oven. I tossed in several garlic cloves before it went in.This is Tammy, her brother has been adopted out already. He learned to socialize a little quicker but she is coming around.