Posts Tagged ‘Cabbage’

No, nothing official, just what The Mouse was eating yesterday Friday. And yes he forgot to press the “publish” button, again. Sigh.

Breakfast, from 7-Eleven.

Kalua Pork and Cabbage over Rice

Kinda appropriate since The Mouse worked on the warehouse’s accounts receivable for 7-Eleven the whole day. Hee hee.

Lunch was home-made leftovers.

Braised Style Kalua Pork with Zucchini

Wasn’t bad, but the dish could have been helped with shredded sun-dried tomatoes added to the mix. None in the pantry and the warehouse doesn’t carry the product. No matter.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Kalua Pork and Lau Lau Combo Plate

The Mouse reserved most of the Kalua pork, way too much for The Mouse to eat in one sitting.


Chopped up, oil to coat pan, cabbage (dry braised), Kalua pork and Hanapepe salt at the end to warm through.

Braised Cabbage with Kalua Pork Accent

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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“Irish” Dinner

The Cat worked late last night. The Mouse picked up a plate from the grocery store.

Corned Beef and Cabbage

Lots of food. One scoop of rice went to The Cat’s soft rice for the night, one scoop for her future bento (along with a slice of corned beef, the potato, and a carrot. The Mouse ate another slice of corned beef for dinner, and some of the cabbage and corn, and took one slice for his bento. The Mouse only wished there was more potato. Oh well, next time plan ahead and boil his own extra.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s one-pot entree.

Started with.

Ground Pork

Browned then simmered. Liquid smoke, salt, whiskey, water. The Mouse wanted to add Szechuan pepper but not in pantry.

Prepped turnip and cabbage (sorry forgot to take pics).

After ground pork simmered. Added vegetables and simmered another 20 minutes.

Ground Pork, Turnip, Cabbage – Kalua Flavor

Over rice, with noodles, maybe even with bao buns (although it could be a bit soggy).

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Yesterday’s lunch/dinner.

Corned Beef and Cabbage Take-Out

I know, not “traditional”, more like immigrant adaptation/adoption. Think “Chinese” chop  suey. Corned beef instead of pork, mash potato instead of boiled, vegetables from I dunno where. Hee hee.

Whatever the case, the plate was delicious. 🙂

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