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The local diner chain month special, katsu SPAM curry rice. The Mouse is intriqued. The line to order is out the door. Nope. Second choice, a ramen shop, fried eggplant curry rice. Closed on Wednesdays. Deep sigh.

Plan C, one pot bowl at home.


Pasta shells, frozen peas and carrots, tin of sardines, wakame, salt and pepper, and dash of Worcestershire sauce.

Try again today, maybe.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Just a Snack

A tiny post. Just a snack.

From the Pantry/Freezer

Frozen waffle, butter, raw honey, lunch meat (baked, not fried, easier clean-up), yellow mustard. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Frozen Food

The Cat brought home a couple of frozen items. The Cat didn’t care for the won ton soup so brought home for The Mouse. Remember the Life cereal commercial with Mikey?

There was also a package of buns filled with lotus seed filling.

The won ton soup:

Frozen State

Instructions only for microwave cooking, ugh. The Mouse placed the contents into boiling water and simmered for a couple of minutes.

Bowl #1

Everything except for the carrot came in the container.

Bowl #2

The Mouse added more frozen vegetables and wakame seaweed.

Overall impression, and The Mouse tried twice, was meh. The noodles and won ton wrapping was a little mushy. Given the choice, The Mouse prefers the frozen saimin with added SPAM and kamaboko.

The buns faired better in The Mouse’s opinion.

Lotus Seed Buns

Steamed for a couple of minutes, kinda nom, not favorite, but acceptable.

Note to The Cat, The Mouse is not Mikey. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Canned pineapple and frozen strawberries.

Fruit Cocktail?

According to the labels, no sugar added, just pineapple juice. 🙂

The Mouse’s leftover lunch.

Leftover Pork Chop

The pork chop, leftover from The Cat’s Friday lunch, pita, and pickled peppers. Mmm. The Mouse not complaining. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat wanted to try.


The Mouse followed directions on the package. Bake at 375 degrees for 25-30 minutes.

The Result

Really good for frozen. May buy again. Might even end up in The Cat’s bento. 🙂

Best part, each fillet is in its own individual pouch. Don’t have to fight to separate the fillets. Thumbs up.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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