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This time in vegetable soup.

Vegetable Soup with Turmeric

In The Mouse’s opinion, chicken soup is better.

The soup was for lunch, for breakfast, The Mouse bought a breakfast take-out from the grocery store, after grocery shopping.

Fried Rice, Scrambled Eggs

The pickled peppers are locally made, nice color accent to the meal. Nom!

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Yesterday’s lunches.

The Cat’s

Corned beef hash and eggs. The Cat thinks first time trying scratch-made, not from can.

The Mouse’s

Curry chicken plate lunch, the mini-sized (still had leftover for Monday lunch). Not the slow cook stew style, the Chinese stir-fry style, no potato nor carrots. A new favorite from the neighborhood take-out (along with spicy eggplant). Mac salad, because it’s the weekend. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse was trying to cut down on carbs, including rice. But after being on a liquid diet (albeit only for a day) and doing internal flushing (prescribed), The Mouse wanted rice.

After a large drink of water, The Cat and The Mouse lunched.

Oyster Po’ Boy

The Cat’s. Came with a cup of chowder.

Steamed Clams, Potato, Andouille Sausage

With rice! Doctor said after drinking lots of fluid, The Mouse could eat. The Mouse ate. Hee hee.

After lunch, The Mouse wanted something sweet. So much for losing weight on a liquid diet (although that was not the purpose). Hee hee again.

Server recommended.

Fried Oreo Cookie

Three to an order with vanilla ice cream. The Cat ate most of the ice cream (The Mouse took lactase pills but still tried to take it easy on the stomach), The Mouse ate the cookies. Nom!

So doctor preliminarily gave The Mouse a clean bill of health pending lab results of two polyps that he removed. Hopefully, The Mouse doesn’t have to do this again for a while. The procedure wasn’t bad, the prep was more traumatic. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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This past Wednesday’s lunch.

Japanese Hamburger Steak Plate

Home-style hamburger patty topped with grated daikon, daikon sprouts, and tangy Ponzu sauce.

The grated daikon and ponzu sauce complimented the hamburger very well.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Middle Eastern dish from a “French” bakery, owned by Vietnamese. Fusion? One of the accounting staff is heading to medical school. Controller bought lunch for the section. The Mouse wanted to try something different. Sometimes, be careful what you wish for.

Falafel Banh Mi

Falafel, Harissa Hummus, Firecracker Sauce, Pickled Carrot & Daikon, Avocado, Cucumber, Cilantro. To The Mouse, the pickled carrot and daikon and the falafel kinda clashed in flavor, once the vegetables were removed, and eaten separately, the sandwich was pretty good. The bread was really good (better be since it’s supposed to be a French bakery).

The Mouse could only eat half. the other half was eaten for dinner. By that time the falafel kinda got squishy. Became more of a bean spread than falafel. Not as appetizing. Hee hee.

“Nothing ventured, nothing gained.” 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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