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After Chiro

The Mouse’s hardware is all misaligned, too much running back in the day. And they said running was good for you. Anywho, lunch after a visit to the chiropractor.


Really wanted roast pork on rice, restaurant doesn’t offer roast pork. Small sad.

“Settled” for kau yuk on rice.

Kau Yuk on Rice

Mega portion. Kau yuk, two meals, rice, at least three meals. Was hoping for a stem or two of choi sum (some places provide), but no such luck. Still good though.

For The Cat (and a little for The Mouse).

Stir-Fried Eggplant

The Cat ate it with her jook (still getting over the cold).

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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The Cat had her last class night. The Mouse did take-out.

The “Turf”

From the grocery store, grilled chicken, steamed vegetables, corn. Half of the vegetables went to The Cat’s bento the next day (rice, corn, steamed vegetables, steamed purple sweet potato, pork feet soup).

The “Turf”

Ahi poke with kukui nut. Yum. 🙂

Happy Friday!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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To clarify, one Chinese take-out, one “American-Chinese” take-out, and for a bonus, one Japanese take out. Hee hee.

In chronological order.

Panda Express

Self-described “American Chinese” fast food.

Steamed Vegetables, Grilled Chicken, and String Bean Chicken Breast

Plus a bonus side order (for filling out their online survey) of grilled chicken.

The Cat got the string bean chicken, The Mouse got the steamed vegetables and grilled chicken, The Mouse also took the extra grilled chicken for lunch the next day. Winners! 🙂

Japanese Take-Out

Take-out window for lunch, small dining room during dinner. Simple “homestyle” food.

“Hole in the Wall”

In a good way. Hee hee. Ample quantity, low price, cheap eats.

Oyako Don (Take-Out Style)

A little potato-mac salad and salted cabbage on the side, nice.

A little too much rice for The Mouse … stuffed … zzz.

Last, but not least, Chinese take-out.


For “more research”. Hee.

Cold Ginger Onion Chicken


Chinese Pot Roast Pork

AKA Kau Yuk!

Alas, the kau yuk was a little on the lean side. The Mouse thinks the kitchen used butt or shoulder cut instead of belly cut. Sigh. Taste was good, sinfully “melt in your mouth” unctuousness was somewhat missing. I guess kitchen was trying to make the dish “healthier”. Double sigh. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Cat Eats

The Cat used a Panda Express “coupon” for lunch.

Two Choice

Half portion chow funn, half portion steamed vegetables, “spicy” eggplant tofu, and mushroom chicken.

The Cat had enough to bring home a little leftover. Went into her noodle bowl.

Noodle Bowl

Plus a little roast duck leftover from the refridge.

Oh, The Cat used the “coupon” for a side of grilled chicken. Part for The Cat’s bento tomorrow, part for The Mouse for dindin.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Panda Express has a survey/feedback offer on their receipts. Take the survey (about a minute or so), and on the next purchase, Panda Express will comp one side dish or an extra choice upgrade to a two choice plate.

Take-Out Box

“Gourmet” is a little of a stretch but whatever. I don’t think “decent” is a good marketing term. Hee hee.

Deal kinda makes sense for The Cat and The Mouse, for nine bucks, we can get a couple of meals (not full meals, but parts).

Grilled Chicken, Broccoli Beef, Mixed Vegetables, White Rice

Panda Express lets customers split the “starch” choice into two halves. This time The Mouse choose rice and mixed veggies.

The rice goes to The Cat’s bento today. The chicken goes to The Mouse’s lunch bag. The Cat and Mouse ate the veggies and broccoli for dinner.

The comp side, green beans and chicken, also went into The Cat’s bento.

The Cat’s Bento

Rice, green beans and chicken, Okinawan sweet potato, corn, soy beans, fresh turnip tops.

What a deal. Hee hee.

BTW, filling out the survey again for this trip for another free side. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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