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Bun and Bowl

Not much happening food-wise yesterday.

Red Bean Bun

The Cat brought home, bakery in Chinatown. Super soft bun, adequate amount of filling. Yum!

Bulgogi Chicken Bowl

Neighborhood grocery store bought. Cooked well, juicy, savory, little bit spicy. Nom!

Quick Cucumber Kimchi

Awesome with the chicken. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Weekday one pot cooking for The Mouse.

The Mouse’s Bowl

Okra, celery, black-eyed beans, garlic, chicken sausage, margarine, salt and pepper to taste, and a splash of whiskey. Easy clean-up. Nom.

Leftover Shrimp Salad

The salad dressing got to soak into the vegetables (this time in a good way). Sometimes, the salads The Cat brings home gets over saturated.

It is almost the weekend, can’t wait, too many “fires” at work.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

Kamaboko Sandwich

Small-kid time, hanabata days, one of The Mouse’s favorite sandwiches. Japanese steamed fishcake, kamaboko.

Kamaboko Sandwich

Last night’s dinner, kamaboko slices, Napa cabbage, molasses bread, mayonnaise. Nom!

Back small-kid time though, the sandwich would have been white bread, Wonder Bread if possible, and there would be no greens, just mayo and kamaboko.

The kamaboko comes on wooden “pallets”, after finishing the kamaboko, we would use the pieces of wood to build “stuff” for our toy cars.

The Kamaboko, on Pallet

Seems like the fishcake are all red now, used to come in green too. Green was The Mouse’s favorite. 🙂

Ahh, the simpler life. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

Liberation Day

At least that’s what The Cat called yesterday.

Too tired to “celebrate”.

The Mouse just warmed up The Cat’s leftover pho and added the beansprouts and some Napa cabbage. Tricky, the rice noodles apparently can overcook very easily, posing a problem when leftover.

Leftover Pho

Borderline jook. Hee hee.

The Mouse made a stir-fry for himself. Napa cabbage and Japanese fishcake.

Colorful, No?

Today is The Cat’s declared hibernation day. The Mouse has to go to work. Sigh.

Jus’ Pics Again

Picks for The Cat’s bento this week.

From the Korean grocery store.

Steamed Red Bean Buns

Not as sweet and the Japanese or Chinese red bean preparation, The Mouse’s opinion, taste was almost savory.

Fried Sweet Potato

The already prepped food helps The Mouse out in assembling The Cat’s bento. 🙂

The Cat’s Sunday Post-Hibernation Eats

Scrambled eggs, preserved mustard cabbage, pork fu on a jook bed.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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