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The Cat’s Tray

B&B soup, star fruit, jook with peanuts. The Cat didn’t mind.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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No, nothing official, just what The Mouse was eating yesterday Friday. And yes he forgot to press the “publish” button, again. Sigh.

Breakfast, from 7-Eleven.

Kalua Pork and Cabbage over Rice

Kinda appropriate since The Mouse worked on the warehouse’s accounts receivable for 7-Eleven the whole day. Hee hee.

Lunch was home-made leftovers.

Braised Style Kalua Pork with Zucchini

Wasn’t bad, but the dish could have been helped with shredded sun-dried tomatoes added to the mix. None in the pantry and the warehouse doesn’t carry the product. No matter.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Jus’ random pics, cleaning out the phone. Thankfully, Hurricane Douglas veered off at the last minute.


The Cat took a client to dinner the other night, this was his “omiyage” to The Cat. Honey is produced by bees raised by the university for study and research.

Another Bowl of Noodles

Somen noodles, beet greens, fried egg. Soup noodles. One of The Cat’s favorite foods.


The Cat brought home from the client dinner. The Mouse ate for breakfast yesterday (waiting out the hurricane).

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Warehouse owner recently bought a prepared food manufacturing company, lau lau, kalua pork, etc. The Mouse is looking forward to the integration. Nom!

The staff came in to brief the sales staff. And they brought food!

The Mouse got take home some of the leftovers.


Lau lau, smoked pork, roast pork (both Chinese and Filipino styles), grilled salmon, ice cream banana, bamboo rice.

The Cat got a bowl of tomato soup with coconut milk, the grilled salmon (eaten while still fresh), and roasted sweet potato.

Tomato Soup with Coconut Milk

The Mouse put the rest of the cooked food in the freezer, maybe for The Mouse’s bento next week.

Good kine leftovers. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Cheap eats and leftovers.

The Mouse picked up while grocery shopping.

Mini Fried Chicken Bento

Just right for The Mouse’s dinner. Two thigh pieces, vegetables, one scoop rice. $3.50, cheap eats.

For The Cat’s dinner, The Mouse boned the chicken, boiled the bones for broth, simmered leftover rice, a handful of frozen green beans (french cut), all over leftover miso butterfish.

The Cat’s Jook Hybrid

The Mouse also found fresh Brussels sprouts. Halved, oiled, salted, toaster ovened.

Toaster Ovened Brussels Sprouts

Charred, The Cat liked. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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