Archive for the ‘Dinner’ Category

Continuing the series of working through Chef H’s vegetable gift basket. This time The Mouse roasted beet root and boiled snap peas.

The Mouse’s Dinner

Leftover bread rolls, leftover lamb chop (meat portion), boiled carrots, and beet roots. Mixed Plate. 🙂

The Cat’s Bento

Rice and sweet potato base, burnt end and corn bread (side orders from Easy Que), and parboiled snap peas with olive oil and salt.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Bad timing last night. The Mouse just finished the last of the roast pork and char siu when The Cat texted that she intended to eat dinner at home. Oops, no readily available meat for The Cat (the leftover hamachi kama was in the freezer). The Mouse made a quick dash to the new sushi restaurant nearby.

Soft-Shell Crab

The Mouse made a quick boil of pencil-thin asparagus.


Grape seed oil drizzle.

Quick jook with leftover rice.

Done. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Still dealing with the new editor. Now, The Mouse has to start a post, save, get out, re-enter, then choose to edit in the “classic” mode. Sooooooo stoooooopid.

Anyways, The Cat not feeling 100%. Got antibiotics from doctor. The Mouse kinda made patient food.

Corned Beef Hash and Egg Jook

Recooked the rice with extra water, added wakame, frozen spinach, sesame seeds, salt. Corned beef hash and egg on top. Dried parsley garnish.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Try Try

New Japanese restaurant in the neighborhood.

Menu Cover

What timing, opening during a world lockdown.

Coincidentally, The Mouse was thinking about gyudon from a take-out place near the warehouse but decided not to.

The Mouse try try.


The egg was a nice touch, at the take-out place near the warehouse, egg is extra. The dish was well cooked. Nice balance between the onions and beef, and of course the egg was “frosting”.

The Mouse also picked up a soft shelled crab for The Cat.

Soft Shelled Crab

The Cat liked.

The Mouse plans to go back for lunch, prices are lower. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Breakfast for Dinner

One of the neighborhood take-outs offers breakfast plate all day. The Mouse loves breakfast for dinner. Not so much the sweet stuff (waffles, pancakes). But the savory? Mmm.

Corned Beef Hash, Eggs, Rice

So, The Mouse used to mix everything up into a mess. This time The Mouse kept it neat. Condiment ketchup on the hash, lime ponzu on the eggs. Nom!

The Mouse saw brisket and tendon braised Chinese style on the menu at a take-out place, but the street was tow-away during commuting hours. With luck, The Mouse may try today.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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