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The Cat needed to run an errand early afternoon. Early dinner. The Cat and The Mouse used to frequent this place but the location changed and it became “out of the way”.

The Place

The Cat ordered oxtail soup.

Oxtail Soup

Tasty, broth a bit on the thinner side.

The Mouse ordered beef stew.

Beef Stew Bowl

The Mouse wants to experience the different beef stew recipes. Irish style beef stew (with stout?), local beef stew. Next, boeuf bourguignon? Have to locate a French chef willing. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat and The Mouse have not eaten food from Chile Relleno for over a year due to the thing that cannot be named. The Mouse checked and they finally reopened. Ordered take-out.

The Cat’s Bowl

Carnitas, Mexican rice, refried beans, edamame, olives, salsa, Romaine lettuce, and probably other ingredients that The Mouse missed. Think Mexican style mixed rice.

The Mouse’s Bowl

Chile verde (pork simmered in mild spicy tomatillo verde sauce), all other ingredients as above. Mmm.

Because it was take-out, the Romaine lettuce wilted just a bit, The Mouse did not mind. More than enough food for The Cat and The Mouse to pack weekday lunch. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Lunch menu for The Mouse was “unplanned”. Containers of “remnants” in the refridge. Time for a clean out. “No-recipe” bowls. 🙂

Rice Bowl

Steamed rice, mushroom gravy, crispy SPAM, teri chicken.


Turnip (with tops) and miso soup.

Although the food were leftovers, The Mouse ate good. Mmm. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse’s bowl, it had the “spirit” of a loco moco, just different. 🙂

Brown rice (instead of white), steamed egg (instead of fried), anchovies with oil (instead of hamburger patty with gravy). Mmm!

The Mouse acknowledges this might be an acquired taste (especially the anchovies), but The Mouse really liked.

And the steamed egg (three minutes) created a better “gravy” than a fried egg (squishier). Less clean-up too. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Sunday, The Cat’s “hibernation” day.

The Cat’s bowl, food in between hibernation periods.


Soft rice, fried egg, shoyu. The Mouse tried to baste the egg with oil in the frying pan, not enough oil, sunny-side-up it is. 

The Mouse also roasted Brussels sprouts for The Cat’s bento. One lonely Brussels sprout didn’t make the pan. The Mouse added it to his pita and bologna “sandwich”.

The Mouse’s Lunch

The Mouse never tried raw Brussels sprouts before, not bad, would do it again, just not in large quantities. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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