Archive for the ‘Bread’ Category

Chicken Salad Sandwich

From the newly opened 7-Eleven. One of The Mouse’s favorite sandwiches from 7-Eleven. Mmm.

Sweet Potato

Or maybe yams, dunno. The Mouse needs to make a pot-luck thingy. Post results later.

Plate Lunch

L&R Drive In, daily special, spicy eggplant and BBQ pork. The Mouse had some of the pork and eggplant, packed a bento for The Cat, enough rice for bowl dinner for The Cat.

Roast Pork Bento

Half was The Mouse’s dinner, leftovers. 🙂

End of the Day Bread

Three mini croissants, one dinner roll. 99 cents. Deal! Hee hee.

Shucks, The Mouse forgot to pick-up a container of poi. Next time.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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From two bakeries in Chinatown. The Mouse was running errands.

Lee’s Bakery

Red bean bun, Hong Kong bun, dinner roll. Bakery is famous for their custard pie. 🙂

Bread House

Red bean bun, custard tart, banana bread (minion food). 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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A Bread (End) Tale

The time The Mouse ate at the last pie/coffee shop on the other side of the island, The Mouse sat at the counter. They serve a lot of toast, commercial-sized loaves. The Mouse watched the servers toss the loaf ends away.

Server explained customers didn’t want bread end toast. The Mouse asked if he could take some. Server accommodated with a few. 🙂

Bread Ends

While The Mouse understands the restaurant policy, he wished he lived closer, he wouldn’t mind making a couple of trips a week to collect bread ends.

The bread is tasty with good texture too. Sigh.

Changing subject, a couple of The Cat’s clients like to drop off food stuff during tax season.

Avocados, Honey


Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Local item on Ruby Tuesday menu, story goes franchise owner put item on the menu in honor of his friend, Norman.

Norman’s Saimin

Roast pork (The Mouse tasted a little smoke too 🙂 , fishcake (kamaboko), and two dumplings (probably frozen). Other choice was won ton from Kin Wah Chop Suey but, Noman’s Saimin was on a flash sale. 🙂

Oh, also tried the honey buns bought from H Mart over the weekend.

Honey Buns

Toaster oven 300 degrees, ten minutes.

Bite View

A slightly sweet filling. Actually very good. Not too sweet, very smooth texture (no fiber). The Mouse would buy again. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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It was time to replace The Cat’s bento box. Guesstimate is the bento box is about ten years old, if not older. Saved a lot of plastic containers. 🙂

The top of the old bento box (plastic) is showing its age. The last time The Mouse visited H Mart, he noticed glass bento boxes that could replace, but The Cat has to choose.

New bento box.

New Bento Box

Similar in size to old bento box, glass container, plastic cover. The Cat said the new one is easier to close and secure. Paw up.

While at H Mart, try try frozen honey buns.

Honey Buns

Might toast one later. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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