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His “weapon of choice” … natto!

SPAM Omelet with Natto

Breakfast (or in this case, dinner) of champions. The Mouse adds natto, not on the menu (just clarifying)

Neighborhood take-out joint makes breakfast all day. Whoop!

Spicy Eggplant and Grilled Chicken with Natto

Valentine’s Day dinner for The Mouse (The Cat is in tax season mode), Valentine’s dinner is “rescheduled”. The Mouse took out a portion of the eggplant and chicken to share with The Cat. Added natto.

So, a little TMI, The Mouse had a little tummy trouble last weekend. Natto helped him finally get back to “normal”. Hee hee.

Hopefully this weekend, The Mouse goes shopping in Chinatown. Yeah!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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The Mouse’s “Lunchables”

Eating at the desk.


Pickled cucumber, orange, peanut butter sandwich, chocolate cookie.


Canned spinach (a favorite), package tuna, Vegemite sandwich.

Not too much happening food-wise. But still happening. Hee hee.

Eat well.

The Mouse

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Oxtail Soups

Not The Mouse made. Cold weather. The Cat’s been ordering for lunch.

Bowl #1


Bowl #2

Both at Vietnamese pho restaurants. The Cat said both were not bad. A little on the thin side. Still good during cold weather. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (via The Cat)

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Snack Stop

Back of the farmers market, while searching for cassava, tiny snack shop.

The Mouse ate.

Roast Duck Bao Buns

Cheap eats.

Cartoon Bao

Sweet. Filled with taro, black sesame, matcha, and The Mouse forgot the last one.


Cute ya?

And since The Mouse was in the neighborhood, stopped in at Nishodo Candy.


Old school mochi shop. Peanut butter (The Mouse’s fave), lilikoi, coconut (The Mouse’s least fave), green tea, and regular red bean. Chomp.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Cassava Experiment

Boiled (took way longer than expected).

Boiled Yuca Root

But because “raw” could be poisonous, The Mouse didn’t want to take any chances.

The Cat got the most of the root, packed in her bento boxes. Plain with just a little bit of salt.

I stir-fried a small batch for V with butter, garlic, salt, pepper.

Yuca with Garlic

The Mouse probably not working with Yuca too often, too hard to break down, but try try. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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