Archive for October, 2018

Friends wanted to try, used to be Haiku Gardens, now Haleiwa Joe’s.

The View

The Mouse thinks if The Cat had the option, she would make that little pavilion her home office. Hee hee.

The Food.

Plate 1

Caesar salad, not bad, still no anchovies on the side though, li hing pineapple (pineapple tossed with li hing mui seasoning), prime rib, lomi salad.

Plate 2

More li hing pineapple (The Mouse really liked), bacon, kitchen sink omelet (everything on the omelet station except cheese), and over fried ahi nuggets (the only glitch).

After that, The Mouse took a nap, not in the pavilion. Hee hee.

Happy Halloween!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Pre-Halloween Treat

From Russian co-worker.




Nice treat, kinda reminds The Mouse of a Twinkie in taste and texture, which he’s saving one for tomorrow. Hee hee.

You ready for Halloween?

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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More Jook

Another bowl of jook. Made to order.


The Mouse made from scratch. Fresh rice, lentil, soy beans, spinach, seaweed, pork fu, sesame seed.

And a try try. Since The Cat likes roasted Brussels Sprouts, The Mouse thought to try the same method to broccoli.

Oven Toasted Broccoli

Olive oil, salt, toaster oven 400 degrees 20 minutes. Not as browned as The Mouse hoped, but still kinda worked.

Note to self, need butane torch. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Kinda lazy day for The Mouse yesterday.

Pork Adobo and Kabocha Plate Lunch


Lechon Kawali

Roast pork, Filipino style.

Most of the rice went to The Cat’s jook (The Mouse ate a spoonful). The Mouse ate half of the pork adobo, and tried the kabocha. The Mouse and The Cat finished everything for dinner.

The Lechon Kawali will be for this week’s dinners, at least at the start of the week.

The Cat’s Jook

Seaweed, soy beans, black-eyed peas, pork fu, and sesame seeds.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s Cheap Eats

The Cat is acclimating to her new office location. So far, she has found two eateries that she frequents.

Soup and Salad

AYCE, The Old Spaghetti Factory.

Chinese Style Pork Chop over Rice

Chinese take-out in an alleyway.

Each under $10 bucks. Cheap Eats.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (via The Cat)

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