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Chicken Curry

The Cat’s couldn’t go to work, whole building shut down, weather damage. The Cat wanted soupy lunch, tendon pho. The Mouse tried the chicken curry.

Chicken Curry Lunch

Also came with a small salad. Mmm.

The Cat’s building is still closed. Hopefully today or tomorrow.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Crispy Chicken Sandwich

The Mouse finally tried, from KFC. First crispy chicken sandwich, The Mouse didn’t want to MickyD’s version, Popeye’s is too far, and The Mouse thinks there is no Chick-Fil-A on SPAMLand. The Colonel the choice then.

Crispy Chicken Sandwich

Not spicy version, thick piece of chicken, not greasy, nice brioche bun. Could have more pickles and less mayo though. Overall, The Mouse was happily satisfied.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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“Cold” (room temperature) Vietnamese vermicelli noodles with barbecue chicken and spring roll.

The Mouse’s Dinner

The Mouse is liking this dish more than pho right now. Everything served, he doesn’t have to add in his own vegetables. Lazy. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Back to “normal” food. Hee hee. Late lunch from neighborhood take-out, not mapo tofu and chicken katsu.

Mushroom Chicken and Teriyaki Pork

Three scoops rice. One for The Cat’s bento next week (with two slices of teriyaki pork), one for her dinner, and one for The Mouse. The Mouse ate most of the mushroom chicken because The Cat is picky about mushrooms, doesn’t like canned, and a slice of pork. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Chinese food (Yen Yen Chinese Cuisine), allows eat-in for now. Our go-to chop suey (Kin Wah) is still take-out only. The Mouse has been here before, first time for The Cat.

The Cat ordered.

Pork and Watercress Soup
Cold Ginger Chicken
Shrimp Omelet
Long Bean with Pork

Everything was good and tasty, The Cat prefers the cold ginger chicken from Kin Wah, still edible though.

A back-up choice for Chinese food in the area. Yen Yen is a bit of a drive, about fifteen minutes compared with Kin Wah, five-minutes.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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