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“New” product at the farmers market.

“Pop Snack”

The Mouse saw these at the Korean supermarket but at $5.00-$6.00 thought they were kinda pricey.

At the farmers market, “manufacturer” is selling directly, cutting out the “middle”.

Sample test kinda reminded me of the “diet” puffed rice cakes in the supermarket (you know the ones that “taste” like styrofoam, not that The Mouse has ever eaten styrofoam, just looks like it might, Hee hee). These “pop snacks” are a little better.

“Pop Snack”

Two flavors, cinnamon and sweet potato. The Cat wanted to get a bag of sweet potato.

Vendor recommended watching K-Drama and eating pop snacks. Hee hee?

The Cat might try it for breakfast with coffee or tea.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Buns …

And cookies. Hee hee.

Desk food.

Chicken Salad on Potato Bun

From the nearby 7-Eleven.

Chinese Sausage Manapua and Char Siu Manapua

Also from the nearby 7-Eleven. No comparison to Char Hung Sut. The buns had a “funny” texture/mouth feel, too “processed”? Not enough air pockets. And the char siu was too sweet. Thought the 7-Eleven stuff used to be better. Guess nothing so far can match old school. Sight

Orange Snowball

Is that like yellow snow? Hee hee.

Some brought in a bunch and left it on the office “kitchen” counter. Brought on home for “small-kid time” feel.

Chocolate cake, cream filling, marshmallow and coconut “frosting”. Probably no redeeming nutritional value, but … take The Mouse back.

Bag of Cookies

Co-worker’s mom made. Gave The Mouse a bag. Nom.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Odds and Ends

Still nothing much going on. The Cat had last-minute deadlines to attend to, The Mouse kinda in neutral gear.

The Mouse’s Breakfast

Raisin and vanilla sugar roll from one of the Japanese/French/German bakeries. Nom.

Fish Snack?

Not quite sure what the purpose of this food is for, snack?, condiment?, Dunno. Sent over from The Cat’s brother.

The Cat’s brother seems to like these little packages of stuff. Must be his busy work schedule and lotsa travel. Eats on the go.

The Mouse’s Lunch

That fish thingy (bottom left corner, leftover bread from The Cat’s lunch (with accompanying olive oil), canned spinach (The Mouse watched way too much Popeye cartoons small kid time).

The fish is slightly dried and spicy, over hot rice maybe, or substitute for chasiu in a soup noodle. Not bad.

Key Lime Pie

The Cat’s self-reward for dealing with the deadlines. The Cat will have to find another venue as Ryan’s Grill is closing next month. 😦

Blessings for a happy, healthy, and hopeful new year!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Stocking Stuffers

Part of the Christmas haul.

Mochi Rice Crackers

AKA arare.

Fried Peanuts with Seaweed

The Cat hauled back from her trip to Shanghai.

Prune Mui

Preserved with sugar, fermented lemon.

Tried Google, nada, must be a SPAM Land thing. Hee hee.

All very nom, at least according to The Mouse. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Crunchy Stuff

The Cat brought back from her trip, her friend bought it for The Mouse, the friend eats hers with her afternoon tea.

Crunchy Stuff

The friend bought two boxes, five nut blend and black sesame seed with walnut. The Cat took half of each to her office.

Sesame Walnut, Five Nut

Very nomable. Nice little snack. Think trail mix Chinese style. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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