Feeds:
Posts
Comments

The Mouse’s Noodle Day

Nothing planned. Ended up at the local Chinese restaurant (not our go-to chop suey).

The Mouse’s noodle dish of choice.

Won Ton Mein with Vegetables

Of course.

And with the noodles?

Kau Yuk with Taro

The white-ish piece in the center is not fat, it’s taro.

Spicy Green Beans with Pork

All in all, not bad, a little different from the chop suey place.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Advertisements

The Cat calls this combination “patient food”. So, The Cat caught a bad cold this week (which she may have passed on to The Mouse, bleh).

The Cat eats.

Tomato Soup

,

Quesadilla

Close enough. The quesadilla from Ruby Tuesday at the mall. She made three meals out of it.

Cold and flu season, stay well, don’t get sick.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Simple

The Mouse’s dinner.

Hot Dog!

Artisanal roll, chicken and pork hot dog, pickled okra, mustard. Nom! 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Bone Marrow and Eggs

The Mouse has been obsessed with this dish for a couple weeks. But the other menu items don’t seem The Cat friendly.

The stars kinda aligned this weekend. The Mouse made a slight detour for breakfast/lunch.

Front

Decor was nice.

British Telephone Box

Okay, it’s not a blue police call box, but close enough. Hee hee.

No menu needed.

Eggs and Bone Marrow

Came with charred bread. Awesome, a little pricey, but an occasional indulgence. The Mouse has declared this week to be an indulgent week. Hee hee.

To “balance out” the bone marrow, The Mouse also ordered vegetable.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts

The Mouse’s opinion, even better than Herringbone’s Brussels sprouts, not vinegary.

To cap off the breakfast/lunch, The Mouse had his favorite at the mall.

Acai Bowl

From the Nordstrom kiosk.

The Mouse had a good eating day! 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Jook (Congee) Day

According to The Cat’s social network (WeChat), yesterday was “jook” day. The Mouse is wondering if Hallmark Cards have something for that (maybe even a Hallmark movie)? Go figure.

Coincidentally, The Cat is in the midst of fighting a bad cold. To The Cat, jook is comfort food.

The Cat’s jook last night (The Mouse made).

Jook (Congee)

With spicy bamboo, olive preserved mustard green, and pork fu.

At first, The Cat was going to eat half, but, by the time she finished, the bowl was empty. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

%d bloggers like this: