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The Mouse way.

First, the most basic burger from Mickey D’s. The Mouse splurged and added tomato slices.

The Mouse’s Plate

Shiso leaves from our bucket for “lettuce”, dribbles of tartar sauce for “special sauce”, an orange and starfruit to round out the eats. Nom!

A Costco dog. The Mouse doesn’t like piling on the condiments, he likes them on the side.

The Basic Costco Dog

The Mouse used his empty lunch container for the condiments. Yellow mustard, brown mustard, ketchup, relish, lots of onions, the works. Container got a little James Bond (shaken, not stirred) on the way home. No worries. Kinda Jackson Pollock! Hee hee!

Condiments for The Dog

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Lunch wagon that stops in front of the warehouse daily.

Lunch Wagon

Even the signage says lunch wagon (not a food truck!). Yesss!

A few (maybe one) selections at $8.00 or $9.00, mostly $6.00.

Since it was Friday, and The Mouse’s first time, he “splurged”.

Combo Plate

Kalua pork and cabbage, roast pork, salad option. All for (drum roll) $7.00! A steal! To top it off, food is pretty tasty, not gourmet, but certainly above average (especially at the price point). Definitely will be returning.

Tea Bags

Tonight’s dinner, something small for the general manager. He is not into sweets, but The Cat knows he drinks tea.

Something to Rest His Tea Bags On

One kinda modern Raku-ish, one more traditional. The Mouse couldn’t decide so bought two. The Cat picked the black one, the other one goes into our dish cabinet.

Which one would you choose?

Sunset pictures and maybe fire tonight. hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

 

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The Cat’s Cheap Eats

The Cat is acclimating to her new office location. So far, she has found two eateries that she frequents.

Soup and Salad

AYCE, The Old Spaghetti Factory.

Chinese Style Pork Chop over Rice

Chinese take-out in an alleyway.

Each under $10 bucks. Cheap Eats.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (via The Cat)

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Super Cheap Eats

An unscheduled stop at the grocery store yesterday morning. A lucky find?

Mark-Down

Original price was $8 bucks, knocked down (maybe last night?) to $3.98, knocked down again when I found it to $1.98. Pake find.

Roast Beef and Ham

A Forrest Gump moment. Ate two sections for lunch, still decent. Took two sections home for dinner.

By dinner, the bread got too stale (should’ve tried to toaster oven it), the fillings were still good. Next time eat sooner though (or toaster oven it).

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Bibimbap

Sunday, not brunch at the Italian cafe, nor at Ruby Tuesday. Thought we’d break the routine.

BBQ

In the mall.

Lunch special. Both The Cat and The Mouse ordered …

Soup

And

Mini Salad

And

Bibimbap

Includes choice of drink. The Cat and The Mouse chose hot tea.

All for under 10 dollars each. Cheap eats. 🙂

We were going to order black sesame ice cream but dish was discontinued. Pfft.

Probably not on our frequent list, but sometime list.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse.

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