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The Mouse cooked/assembled The Cat’s dinner.

Ham Broth with Seaweed (Dried) and Bamboo Shoot (Canned)

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Pan-Fried/Braised Brussels Sprouts

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Baked Sweet Potato (Canned) with Marshmallows (Packaged)

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Super short today. Not much eating-wise.

Leftovers.

Din-Din

Seaweed, frozen spinach, leftover Chinese style porkchop and smoked pork.

Souper (Hee hee) easy, boil water, throw in seaweed and frozen spinach, bring to boil, add meat. Done. Slurp. Mmm.

It’s only Wednesday. Sigh.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Chef H decided to make dinner at home Monday. Invited his close friends, The Cat was included, The Mouse tagged along.

The Food

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Caesar Salad

Alas, no additional anchovies on the side. Sigh. Hee hee.

Creamed Brussels Sprouts?

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Braised Pork Shanks with Red Cabbage

Big nom!

Rabbit Ravioli

Ingredients prepared by Chef, ravioli “wrapped” by Miss M. Good job!

Chef also made mashed potatoes but the picture turned out “white rabbit in snow”.

The Mouse’s Plate

Huge nom!

Chef A, one of the guest, made dessert.

Pear Tart

Chef A also made chocolate macaroons. Best ever! But they were nommed before The Mouse got a picture. Hee hee.

Thanks Chef H and Miss M for the hospitality.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Food for The Cat’s bento.

“Faux” Kalua Pork

Pork cooked very nicely. And because it was chunks and not one piece, cooked faster (about 1/3 the time). Moist and tender, shredded with a spoon.

Shredded

An added plus, the chunks made smaller pieces than a whole “butt”. The Mouse might be using pork “adobo” chunks more often. 🙂

Charred Brussels Sprouts

Just olive oil, no salt. The Brussels Sprouts will balance out the saltiness of the Kalua Pork. Think Kalua Pork and Cabbage reimagined. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Pork Shoulder Chunks

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Liquid Smoke

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Kaua‘i Sea Salt

Trying stove top Kalua Pork. A whole shoulder is a little too much to handle. Using pork shoulder chunks.

Brussels Sprouts

Post the “after” pics after. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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