More “Greens”

And pork! Finally!


“Nuked” frozen vegetables catsup (forgot that I ran out of vinaigrette). Didnʻt Prez Reagan say catsup was a vegetable? Hee hee.

Veggies (and sometimes fruit) in the morning, less guilt if the opportunity arises for indulging later in the day.

The draught ends.


Picked up just before the kitchen switches to lunch. “Breakfast” sandwich with bacon, egg, and cheese, with a little substitution/modification.

Out with the cheese, in with the shiso

Because, dairy issues, ʻnuf said.

Dinner, more greens.

Turnip Tops

Both boiled and raw.

The Cat had a bowl of noodles and mustard greens with fried tofu.

The Catʻs Bowl

Just in case, tomorrowʻs schedule may be interrupted due to The Mouse getting a little (read minor, minimally invasive) structural repair done. Doc said I might be a little slow and clumsy for a day or so. We will see.

I know, the relatives that read this are probably thinking “since when is he not clumsy or slow”. Ugh!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Eating Green

And yellow and orange.


Edamame (Cooked) and Cucumber (Not Cooked)

With herbed vinaigrette.


Mouse Plate

Mustard greens, orange, and banana.

Yup, still no pork … soon.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

A spur of the moment dish.


Peeled and rough cut, boiled in slightly salted water until the eggplant “falls apart”. Boil soft tofu until the tofu falls apart. Drain both eggplant and tofu, combine with salt, curry powder, and coconut oil.

Eggplant and Tofu, Curry Flavor

Packed The Catʻs lunch with ancient grains, canned corn, toasted black sesame seeds, yesterdayʻs kale and chickpea curry, and the eggplant and tofu curry.


Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

No Pork This Week

Needed to cook something simple.



Canned Chick Peas

Stir-fry the kale, add one can of low sodium chicken broth, a small amount of curry powder, and the chickpeas.

Kale and Chickpeas, Curry Flavor

Refrigerate for at least a day for the flavors to meld.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Don Goyoʻs Mexican Food. Thought P of P&B dual would be intrigued.

P ordered the carnitas and was impressed (The Mouse ordered it the last time we were there and it was good). Crispy on the outside, soft and tender on the inside.

The Cat was going to order the grilled fish with mango sauce (same as last time), but the dish was taken off the menu. 😦

Something about trouble getting mangoes.

The Cat went with grilled fish with papaya and avocado.

Cancun Fish

Not sure if it was a perfect substitute, but definitely more than adequate.

Since the cuz ordered carnitas, The Mouse went with another favorite meat.

Lingua Soft Tacos

Mmm! Socks off tender. As good as the lingua was, my fave is still the carnitas (little more quantity for a second meal). 🙂

Last time, they were out of flan, last night, freshly made.

“Mexican Custard”

Instead of a custard texture, it was more cheese cake-y. Different, interesting.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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