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The Cat wanted a light dinner. The Mouse cleaned out the refridge/freezer a bit.

Bowl of Noodles

The Mouse boiled some roasted chicken bone scraps, noodles and Shanghai cabbage.

The Cat slurped. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Red.

The Mouse’s

Radish, beets, salt, black pepper, dried oregano. Paws up.

The Cat’s

Shanghai cabbage, high heat, oil, salt, sugar, water. Paws up again.

🙂

Stay well and safe.

The Mouse

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Win-Win

The warehouse had to get rid of some odds and ends. Samples and slightly damaged products that the warehouse won’t sell. Instead of dumping, employees were allowed to take home. The Mouse picked up a package of frozen croissants (bake at home).

The Mouse forgot to take home the first day and the package sat in the cooling/staging area, they were kinda limp when they finally made it home. The Mouse threw them in the freezer hoping they could be revived.

Croissants (Raw)

Whole wheat and chocolate. Everyone else took the “regular” croissants by the time The Mouse got downstairs. Oh well.

Thirty minutes at 350 degrees in the toaster oven, The Mouse thinks next time a little lower temperature, the browning got dangerously close.

Whole Wheat Croissant

Kinda looks like a hermit crab? Hee hee. The Cat said yum!

Whole Wheat and Chocolate Croissants

The Mouse’s. Crispy on the outside, soft on the inside. The Mouse also nommed. 🙂

So, the warehouse cleared needed space, The Cat and The Mouse got noms. Win-win. Hee hee.

Stay well and safe.

The Mouse

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Super simple. Quick chicken stock from roasted chicken bones (Costco comes to mind). Remove bones, add vegetables (in this case celery and tinned bamboo shoot), drop scrambled egg when done, dribble oil to garnish (toasted sesame seed this time, but fragrant olive oil works too).

Egg Drop Soup

Stay well and safe.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s dinner.

Miso Butterfish

Straight out of the container, no prep work needed. On to baking vessel (Pyrex), into toaster oven.

Miso Butterfish – Ready to Eat

Our toaster oven broiler may not be as hot to brown the top of the butterfish. The Cat enjoyed it anyway. Good thing, there’s about seven or eight pieces more. Hee hee.

Stay well and safe.

The Mouse

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