I thought I was going to save money by getting my Thanksgiving dinner at Whole Foods instead of a restaurant, but I ended up spending $85 on food instead of $20. In addition to still spending about $20 on the Thanksgiving dinner, I got some additional necessary groceries, a roast lamb dinner for tonight, a mess of gourmet chips, and a turkey mole burrito. Whole Foods is dangerous. At least the dinners have so much food I can split them over two days.
I wasn't aware that moles were raised for Thanksgiving in Mexico. I think there'd be a size issue, and even a fat mole would only be a mouthful. There'd be no point in fighting over the drumsticks. Maybe that's why they mixed it with turkey as filler. I hope it doesn't overwhelm the mole's flavor.