Archive for the ‘Stew’ Category

Kapiolani Seafood Restaurant. First tried last week for yum cha/dim sum. The Cat wanted to try dinner menu (dim sum not served during dinner hours).

Scrambled Eggs with Bitter Melon

Dish reminded The Mouse of Okinawan goya (bitter melon, eggs, tofu stew). Not bad, eggs were a bit overcooked but still tasty.

Chinese Broccoli with Dried Fish Bits
Oxtail Stew, Red Wine Flavor

Slightly sweeter than what The Mouse is used to, first time try for The Cat (usually oxtail soup). Well made, kinda pricey, still worth it. Not an everyday order.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse threw ingredients in a pot.

Mushrooms, Potatoes, Ground Pork, Zucchini

Original plan was tomato sauce based. But, The Mouse called an audible. Hee hee.

Ground pork, ginger, lotus root, mushroom, carrot, liquid smoke, salt and pepper to taste. Kalua pork inspired.


Not photogenic but tasty, on rice or pasta, mmm!

The potatoes were steamed separate and the zucchini went into The Cat’s miso soup.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse Eats Beef

Just a couple of dishes over a couple of weeks.

Wafu Steak

On a sizzling platter with side salad, miso soup, and rice. Mmm.

Beef Stew

Rice and mac salad. Lots of carrot and potato. Mmm. Old school coffee shop/diner style.

Both times The Cat ordered oxtail soup dishes.

Be safe, eat well.

The Mouse

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A surprise at the grocery store, 66% discount. Good deal. \ooo/

Pork Stew

Pork shoulder, potato, red and green bell pepper, and the surprise, chickpeas. This was good. I kinda want to try and make this. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat was knocked out Sunday, probably too much sun on Saturday.

Plans for looking for cornbread went awry.

Late afternoon meal.

Oxtail Soup

The Cat’s go-to bowl of comfort food.

The Mouse had another comfort food choice.

Chicken Curry with Rice

Leftovers to spare. 🙂

Cornbread maybe next week,

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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