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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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Tried restaurant (one of Roy Yamaguchi’s) next town over. A few hits and misses. Highlight of lunch.

Crispy Brussels and Cauliflower

Toasted cashews, Dijon vinaigrette, Za’atar Greek yogurt (requested on the side).

Thai Tea Gelato

Gelato bar at the mall.

The Cat liked. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Coffee Shop Eats

A weekend appointment ran over anticipated time allotted. By the time we finished, The Cat and The Mouse were “starving”. A coffee shop nearby.

Saimin

Two times, one for each The Cat and The Mouse.

Vegetable Omelet with Fried Potato

The Cat was hungry.

Caesar Salad with Grilled Mahi Mahi

The Mouse was hungry too. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat has a school mate visiting. The Cat is taking her around SPAM Land, The Mouse is the designated driver. Breakfast in the central part of SPAM Land. Guieb Cafe, Wahiawa.

Eggs with Grilled Mahi Mahi
Chicken and Papaya Soup

Whenever there is soup on the menu, The Cat will probably order.

Ube Mascarpone Pancakes

A little purple to liven up the day. 😉

The Cat’s friend ordered crab cake benedicts, no picture, The Mouse didn’t want to be that “nosy”. Hee hee.

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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