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Yesterday, The Mouse’s plan was an errand then won ton mein. The chop suey was close by. Unfortunately, there was a gas leak that shut down the chop suey, the errand got accomplished. A run to the grocery store across the street.

Fish Katsu Bento

A reasonably priced stand-by.

Brownie with Sprinkles

Also from the grocery store. Not thick and dense, a good thing, more like flattened chocolate cake. 🙂 Plus, brownie was on sale. Better yet. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Weekend food haul. Chef made rabbit dish. The Mouse drove to his restaurant kitchen to pick up.

Rabbit

Rabbit legs (2) in gravy. The meat was really lean, the gravy was mmm.

Since The Mouse was in the area, The Mouse went “hunting” Hee hee.

Spanish Rolls

Nanding Bakery. Mmm!

Bento

Sekiya Restaurant and Deli. Rice, shoyu chicken, luncheon meat (not SPAM), green beans. Set menu item. Decently priced compared with if The Mouse were to order ala carte. 🙂

Bonus, The Mouse bought a tin of liver spread from the bakery. The Mouse has been searching for a while since the grocery store that normally stocked the item no longer carried. Sigh.

The Mouse thought about ordering online but unsure of brand and quality.

Flower Pate

The right tin is what The Mouse is used to, the left is the “new” brand. The Mouse found a new source. 🙂 Will be digging in soon. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse picked up a bento from the grocery store.

Fried Fish Bento

One of the cheaper choices in bento selection. The broiled salmon or butterfish cost higher, plus the fried fish bento includes vegetable gyoza.

The Mouse made two sandwiches.

Fish Sandwich, Pickled Turnip

Fish Sandwich, Sweet Relish

The Mouse’s new favorite sandwich condiment, pickled radish. Mmm! 🙂

The Cat ate the rice and pickled ginger in a rice porridge bowl.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Just a bento from the grocery store, not clearance (a rarity). Hee hee.

Roast Pork Bento

The Mouse added purple sweet potato and li hing prunes. Mmm! 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Waste not, want not. The leftover pork shank, and meat was used to its ultimate end.

Pork Shank Bowl

Rice, pork shank meat, kabocha. The extra Bulldog tonkatsu sauce kicked it up. The Mouse’s lunch. Mmm!

The Cat’s Bento

Rice, Brussels sprouts, pork shank meat, kabocha, roasted sweet potato. The bento container fully loaded.

Our server packed the bones separate. Good job!

Shank Bone

The Mouse simmered for hours with ginger and vinegar to make a broth.

Pork Shank Broth

Frozen vegetables and canned bamboo shoot to finish. The Cat was even able to dig out marrow from the bone. 🙂

Be safe and well. \ooo/

The Mouse

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