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Just cleaning out the freezer.


Roasted/Toasted frozen mixed vegetables, sesame oil, sesame seeds, garlic salt.


Scrambled eggs, Gordon Ramsey version, not Kristin Kish version, next time. 🙂

Have a great weekend.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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The Mouse cooked a third of the pork bones he picked up from the warehouse on Friday. Just parboiled, washed, clean pot, fresh water, apple cider vinegar, and vodka (less than a jigger each).

Usually, The Cat likes to “clean” the bones in the soup, this time the bones and residual meat were too gnarly (The Mouse’s opinion), The Mouse took out most of the bones and meat (he left a few rib pieces that weren’t “gnarly”.

For The Cat’s soup, The Mouse added dried bamboo, canned bamboo, carrot, celery, and sea salt.

Tonkotsu Broth with Vegetables

The Cat liked and slurped.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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More of the dried turnip kimchi, The Mouse really likes.

The Mouse’s Lunch

The Mouse might pick up a container soon. Yay for employee discount.

The Mouse’s Dinner

Canned salmon with rapeseed flower greens. The greens are imported by the warehouse, pre-cooked and frozen. Convenient.

The Cat’s Dinner

Shredded pork soup with dried bamboo shoot, rapeseed flower greens, and wood ear fungus. With a touch of whiskey to finish. \ooo/

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s soup bones.

Pork Bones

Not sure which bones these are, not leg bones, not ribs, possibly neck. Not too much marrow. Cooked a shorter time than the feet, took out the bones and shredded the meat.

Soup Meat

The Mouse not decided what to do with the meat yet.

Bitter Melon

Farmers market. May go into the shredded pork meat soup, maybe not. Dunno.

Potato and Butterfish

Leftover banchan from The Mouse’s lunch, small piece of miso butterfish from the grocery store. Super easy, toaster oven 10 to 12 minutes.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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At the vendor stand we frequent were bags of what to The Mouse looked liked shredded paper or cardboard. Turns out it was bamboo shoot, all cleaned and sliced.


Since The Cat is part panda, we bought a bag to try.

Mrs. Vendor said to parboil for 20 to 30 minutes.

Following Instructions

The Cat has fresh bamboo shoots for a couple of days. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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