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The Mouse eats. 🙂

Rice and Sardines

The Mouse usually buys sardines in rectangular tins, tried the round cans before but wasn’t a fan, packed in tomato sauce, not oil. With prices increasing, The Mouse thought to try again. The Mouse adapted, not as bad as he thought. Added capers and pickled turnip to enhance the experience. 🙂

The Mouse can eat sardines and save a bit of coin. Not changing to full round cans but a good alternative. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Food court upstairs of downtown H Mart.


The Mouse found location a couple of weeks ago. Not cheap eats but decent and reasonble price. First time bought a chasiu bowl for The Cat’s bento.

This time, two toes in the water. Hee hee.

Chasiu Bowl

Bonus is the poached egg included.

Sukiyaki Bowl

The Mouse’s lunch. Two bowls, three meals. The Mouse contributed some rice the the egg to The Cat’s second bento.

Looking forward to the next visit. Mmm.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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“Random” Pics

Veggie haul from H Mart in town.

Lotus Root, Carrot, Japanese Cucumber

All decently priced. If the location was closer, H Mart might become a regular visit. Also, parking could be challenging.


Sticky rice bundles. The Cat’s minion’s mother made for lunar new year. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Rice “Bowls”

Grocery store cheap eats. Different days.

Chili over Rice

The Mouse was hesitant, cheese, chewed two lactase enzyme pills, all good. The Mouse did not eat the jalapeño peppers, no rocket blasts. Hee hee. A little over $4 dollars with tax.

Pork Nishime over Rice

A nice surprise at the grocery store, not offered often. Afternoon clearance, with a small brownie, A little over $4 dollars with tax. Thursday was senior day, 5% off the total. Deal. 🙂

Happy Friday.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Rice Soup

The Mouse wanted something warm. Threw stuff from the pantry/freezer.

Rice Soup with Vegetables

Rice, frozen carrots and lima beans, wakame, and salt and toasted sesame oil to taste. After the picture was taken, The Mouse threw in a tin of tuna. Absolute cat food. Hee hee.

The Mouse did not cook the rice long enough to turn to jook, just soft rice.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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