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The Cat had some jonesing.

Chinese Take-Out

The Cat’s choices: cold ginger chicken, ma po tofu, choi sum, steamed rice.

Favorite neighborhood chop suey joint. 🙂

Stays safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s lunch, after last-minute running around.

Fried Chicken and Chop Suey Plate

Max’s of Manila. Of course, The Cat really went for dessert.

Ube Ice Cream

The Mouse picked up food for dinner.

Ginger Chicken, Pot Roast Pork, Beef with Vegetables, Rice, Fried Won Ton Wrapper

Shared with The Cat.

Wishing all happy holidays.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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From the previous post, The Mouse saw pics of beef stew with tendon (Chinese style) from a hole in the wall Chinese chop suey house near the warehouse where The Mouse works. Parking is an issue, especially during weekday commuting hours (tow away zone).

The Mouse specifically drove to town to try yesterday.

Beef Stew with Tendon on Rice

Not bad, quantity was huge, two meals, dinner for The Mouse, bento for The Cat, very tender. The Mouse didn’t get to try the tendon went to The Cat’s bento. Priced decently. Could’ve been a little more aggressively seasoned. The Mouse couldn’t detect any five-spice seasoning. But that’s just The Mouse. Also, not sure the beef was brisket, little too lean. But, try try.

The Mouse also ordered char siu bao buns, relatively cheap.

Char Siu Buns

The Mouse added shiso leaves (the maybe last remnants for this season). Dunno, but the buns somehow remind me of Audry II? Any resemblance is unintentionally coincidental. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s lunch the other day.

Beef Stir-Fry

From an Irish pub/restaurant. Go figure.

The Cat said the dish was well cooked.

The Mouse is not surprised. Many moons ago, when The Mouse was small-kid time, there used to be two shops, owned by the same Chinese man, one sold fish and chips, and one sold pastrami and corned beef sandwiches.

The Mouse dunno how “authentic” the food was, tasted great. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Sunday dinner.

Minute Chicken over Crispy Noodles

From neighborhood chop suey, take-out only. Although still crispy by the time the noodles made in home, best eaten straight out of the kitchen at the chop suey. The Mouse looking forward to the day sit down at restaurants allowed again.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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