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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.

Onion

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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Computer modem died. The Mouse had to disconnect the modem, take to the cable storefront at the mall, bring it home, reconnect the new modem, call the cable company to electronically connect the modem. Ugh! The person at the storefront that exchanged the modem said it was plug and play. Not!

Moving on, The Mouse made a quick PB&J for lunch.

PB & J

The Mouse is wore out, going to take a nap now. Zzz.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse was in a “throw everything in and hope for the best” mood.

The Mouse’s lunch.

Lunch

Shell macaroni, cannellini beans, wood-ear fungus, wakame, tin of sardines, sea salt, black pepper, and paprika. Mmm.

The Cat’s dinner.

“Soup”

Ginger, red date, wood-ear fungus, wakame, fried chicken skin, asparagus, mustard greens, soba noodles, shell macaroni. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat didn’t bring lunch from home. A scheduling snafu at the office. The downstairs cafe.

Sandwich, Salad, Soup

The Mouse made “fast” congee, comfort food for The Cat’s stomach.

“Fast” Congee

Leftover rice, lotus seed, dried fava beans, roasted Brussels sprouts, canned bamboo shoot, wood-ear fungus, salt, and toasted sesame oil to finish. Mmm.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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