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The Mouse threw together a no-recipe bowl.

The Mouse’s Lunch

White rice, macaroni stars and letters, Vienna sausage, onion, carrot, seaweed, salt and pepper to taste.

Probably not a bowl for everyone, but The Mouse liked. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse learned this no-recipe from his father. Father thought it was gourmet. Hee hee.

Onion

Rough Chopped

Tin of Sardines

Must be packed in oil, not water.

After the onion is softened over medium heat and a little bit of oil. Add the whole can of sardines, including the packing oil, mash the sardines. Season to taste. The Mouse added black pepper and paprika.

Piled over steamed rice.

Mouse Lunch

Best would have been a little capers for garnish. None in the refridge, sweet relish as an acceptable substitute. Mmm! 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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Nearest grocery store starting “Aloha Friday” special menus. The Mouse eats. 🙂

Kalua Piggy Bowl

Rice, Kalua pork, lomi salmon. Mmm! Large portion.

Big Bowl!

The Mouse had a happy day.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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Waste not, want not. The leftover pork shank, and meat was used to its ultimate end.

Pork Shank Bowl

Rice, pork shank meat, kabocha. The extra Bulldog tonkatsu sauce kicked it up. The Mouse’s lunch. Mmm!

The Cat’s Bento

Rice, Brussels sprouts, pork shank meat, kabocha, roasted sweet potato. The bento container fully loaded.

Our server packed the bones separate. Good job!

Shank Bone

The Mouse simmered for hours with ginger and vinegar to make a broth.

Pork Shank Broth

Frozen vegetables and canned bamboo shoot to finish. The Cat was even able to dig out marrow from the bone. 🙂

Be safe and well. \ooo/

The Mouse

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After medical scan and meeting with church management (my bosses, part-time).

Chili and Rice

Rainbow Drive-In, meat is chunky, a good thing. 🙂

A package of Korean rice condiment (“furikake”?).

Package

The Cat’s rice bowl with the “sprinkles”.

Rice

The main difference between Japanese furikake and the Korean condiment, the Korean condiment seems fried with a lot of oil, the Japanese furikake is just dried. The Korean seaweed has a shorter shelf life once opened, due to the oil. Can’t compare, both are good. 🙂

Does anyone know what the Korean condiment is called? Much mahalo.

The rice went with leftover oxtail soup, with watercress enhancement.

Oxtail Soup with Watercress

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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