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Not much to see here. Just The Mouse lunch. Quick and easy.

Bread and Sardines

A little bit of oil from the tin, a sprinkle of dried dill, no condiments. Accompanied by a cup of instant miso soup.

Stay safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Yesterday was noodle day? The Mouse didn’t know. Good thing he made a “noodle” dish. Hee hee.

“Chow Funn” Lunch

Sun Noodle look funn noodles, sauteed onions, tomato, tin of sardines, garlic powder, salt and pepper to taste, dried parsley and dill. Everything in the pan, no-recipe. No dragon breath heat, saute pan, not wok. Still good. 🙂

The Mouse fusion, unplanned, whatever is in the pantry and fridge, no-recipe. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse threw together a no-recipe bowl.

The Mouse’s Lunch

White rice, macaroni stars and letters, Vienna sausage, onion, carrot, seaweed, salt and pepper to taste.

Probably not a bowl for everyone, but The Mouse liked. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse learned this no-recipe from his father. Father thought it was gourmet. Hee hee.


Rough Chopped

Tin of Sardines

Must be packed in oil, not water.

After the onion is softened over medium heat and a little bit of oil. Add the whole can of sardines, including the packing oil, mash the sardines. Season to taste. The Mouse added black pepper and paprika.

Piled over steamed rice.

Mouse Lunch

Best would have been a little capers for garnish. None in the refridge, sweet relish as an acceptable substitute. Mmm! 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The local grocery store is now owned by a large Japanese company. The Mouse didn’t know this until the store started to stock different items. The Mouse try try a pack of tinned tuna.

Canned Tuna

Cans are smaller than what The Mouse is used to, but nice individual portioned.


The Mouse did a “throw everything in and pray for the best” kinda bowls.

The Mouse’s Bowl

Mini pasta shells, frozen vegetables, wakame, tuna.

The tuna tasted a little saltier than “normal”, maybe because there is MSG in the ingredients? Overall, the tuna was okay, did not knock The Mouse’s slippers off. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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