A Tale of Two Burgers

The famous Mr. Lee burger:

Mr. Lee Burger

The Mouse posted about this burger before, still a favorite.

Deluxe, grilled onions (really nice touch), lettuce, tomato. Enhanced with probably the last of the shiso this season.

The almost famous Chef H lockdown special burger:

Chef H Burger

With accouterments.


The Mouse posted about this before too.

Local beef, applewood smoke bacon, cheddar cheese, caramelized sweet onions, lettuce, tomato, steak fries.

Minus the fries, The Mouse thinks a least four Mr. Lee burgers for the cost of one Chef H burger. Fair comparison, The Mouse thinks not. Both are great in their category and The Mouse enjoys both. Mr. Lee’s just a little more often. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse


Rabbit Raviolo

Chef H made for The Cat and The Mouse. The Mouse thinks Chef had some extra time on his hands, dining room closed, take-out only.

Vacuum Pack

Chef H made it easy, drop bag in boiling water for 10-15 minutes, cut pack and serve. The Mouse followed directions.

Rabbit Raviolo with Cranberry Sauce

The Mouse loves dumplings. This was no exception. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

A new minion joined The Cat’s office. First day lunch to welcome newbies. Lunch at the nearby “Irish pub”.

One minion orders fish and chips, another orders an “Irish” burger. Okay, maybe not true Irish fare, but in SPAM Land, close.

The Cat’s plate.

Boneless “Galbi” and rice

Um, okay, kinda out of left field. The Mouse thinks for the weekend, we look for a Korean restaurant that serves corned beef and cabbage or more accurately bacon and cabbage. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

Won Ton Soup

The Cat did catch up napping yesterday. Dinner was simple.

Won Ton Soup

Frozen won ton, from Costco, wakame, broccoli, salt.

The Cat liked.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

French Japanese Fusion

Menu item at Chef H’s kitchen: Guest Chef “K” Special Chilled Seafood Pasta. The Mouse was a little concerned there was a potential coup d’état going on. Chef H responded with the “it’s all good” sign.

The Cat’s dinner:

Chilled Pasta

Angel hair pasta, onions, cucumber, tomato.


Mussels, clams, smoked salmon, shrimp, tomato, prosciutto, Japanese yuzu pepper.

A lot of food. The Cat shared with The Mouse. Sauce was shoyu based, not whatever french sauce might be appropriate. reminded The Mouse of somen sauce. Different.

The Mouse wondered what the plating would look like if chef plated, not take-out. Really Instagram worthy. Hee hee.

Because The Cat’s stomach can’t take too much cold food and The Mouse wasn’t sure how much vegetables there would be, The Mouse made a simple vegetable soup.

Vegetable Soup

Fresh asparagus, wakame, salt, olive oil. The Mouse guesses the asparagus and wakame was a kinda French Japanese fusion too. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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