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Sorry, this week so far kinda boring. But still, good eats, to The Mouse anyway.

Another one pot, similar ingredients as the previous.

The Mouse’s Lunch

Black eyed peas, turnip stems (The Cat got the leafy portion, easier to chew), hot dog, spinach, dried parsley. The white blobs are boiled turnip. Kinda healthy? Kinda Cassoulet-ish? In a budget friendly way? No duck leg confit. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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One Pot

The Mouse’s dinner.

“Beans and Frank”

Sorta. The Mouse’s method. Rummage through the refridge/freezer and throw things in. Black eye peas, hot dog, spinach, parsley, broccoli stems (because The Cat doesn’t eat broccoli stems), salt, lots of black pepper, and a little shichimi togarashi.

Quick too, about 20 minutes total.

The Mouse nommed. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Simmered Pork and Tofu

This week’s one pot starts with ground pork.

Ground Pork

Browned, simmered with water, salt, shoyu, sugar, vodka, added tofu cubes at the end, simmered more to incorporate.

Simmered Pork and Tofu

Sesame seeds to garnish.

Think Mapo Tofu without the heat.

Ohh ohh, first day at work yesterday for The Mouse.

Warehouse

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Appropriate Poster at Panda Express

🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Squash and Chicken

Mid-week one-pot braise.

Squash

Dunno actual name, we call in Chinese squash, probably not real name.

Braised with a piece of leftover grilled chicken.

Braised Squash with Chicken

Simple. No recipe. Salt and pepper to taste. Oh yeah, a couple of drops of whiskey, just to keep all the ingredients “happy”. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s one-pot entree.

Started with.

Ground Pork

Browned then simmered. Liquid smoke, salt, whiskey, water. The Mouse wanted to add Szechuan pepper but not in pantry.

Prepped turnip and cabbage (sorry forgot to take pics).

After ground pork simmered. Added vegetables and simmered another 20 minutes.

Ground Pork, Turnip, Cabbage – Kalua Flavor

Over rice, with noodles, maybe even with bao buns (although it could be a bit soggy).

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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