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Bowl of noods.

Soba Noodles, Chinese Squash, Chicken Bouillon, Asparagus, Toasted Sesame Seed, Egg

The Cat’s Bowl.

The Mouse’s favorite cucumber kimchi right now. Too bad it’s from a competitor warehouse. The Mouse gotta find out if our warehouse makes these and show some loyalty. Hee hee.

Korean Quick Cucumber Kimchi

Quick breakfast.

Thank Goodness for 7-Eleven

Large coffee and an oatcake. Long day yesterday. One of the accounts payable people on vacation, The newbie Mouse filling in. Aaargh! It’s cool, boss saw The Mouse staying later than quitting time. \ooo/

TGIF!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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One of those one-pot no recipe meals.

Prep

Ground pork, salt, pepper, dark and light shoyu, ginger powder, vodka, sugar, and a drop of orange extract.

Brown, add tofu, braise.

The Cat’s Bento

With boiled turnip and roasted sweet potato (not pictured). Think mapo tofu without the heat, more teriyaki flavor.

Easy peasy.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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More like dinner with the relatives at the cuz’s house. Nothing pretentious, just good food.

Slow Roasted Brisket

The picture does not do it justice. Fall apart tender. The Cat thought it was pork and nommed.

Roasted Potatoes

More nom.

Brussels Sprouts with Bacon

Is it Brussels Sprouts or Brussel Sprouts, hmm.

Desert

The cookies were so good, The Cat took home a couple.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Weekday one pot cooking for The Mouse.

The Mouse’s Bowl

Okra, celery, black-eyed beans, garlic, chicken sausage, margarine, salt and pepper to taste, and a splash of whiskey. Easy clean-up. Nom.

Leftover Shrimp Salad

The salad dressing got to soak into the vegetables (this time in a good way). Sometimes, the salads The Cat brings home gets over saturated.

It is almost the weekend, can’t wait, too many “fires” at work.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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At least that’s what The Cat called yesterday.

Too tired to “celebrate”.

The Mouse just warmed up The Cat’s leftover pho and added the beansprouts and some Napa cabbage. Tricky, the rice noodles apparently can overcook very easily, posing a problem when leftover.

Leftover Pho

Borderline jook. Hee hee.

The Mouse made a stir-fry for himself. Napa cabbage and Japanese fishcake.

Colorful, No?

Today is The Cat’s declared hibernation day. The Mouse has to go to work. Sigh.

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