Here’s Blossom, a shelter kitteh that Mrs J says is 2 years old. She came in last week.A bit over exposed, here is a pile of crumbly pastrami on a bun with just a dab of mustard. It shares the plate with coleslaw and a dill pickle spear.I usually make these beans with a smoked hock but I had quite a bit of that pork belly porchetta to eat up so I used some of that instead. I sliced it to about a half inch and browned the slices in a frying pan before chopping and adding it to the beans as they simmered.Mmm… sloppy joe sammich pr0n. That’s the last of my homemade giardiniera.We got more pods and k-cups in from an Amazon order. The Fog Chaser pods came sealed in plastic bags of 10 pieces each (iirc) because of their open construction. They work just like the k-cups, using the same adapter. We will store the remaining pods from the opened bag in zip-locks. The Caza Trail Kona blend cups are the standard sealed items. Both the blends are quite good and are priced nearly the same. If I have to choose one blend out of all we have tried so far I would give the nod to the Caza Trail Kona because it tastes great and is relatively cheap. Fog Chaser is a strong second.Mrs J stops by the nose cleaning station where Ollie is on shift. He has moved smoothly into the regular rotation.