Posts Tagged ‘Food’

The Cat can eat at home now (a break from crazy tax season). The Mouse cleaned out the pantry for The Cat’s soupy bowl.

The Cat’s Soupy Bowl

Pork broth, with pork belly, bamboo shoot, mushroom, white stem cabbage, dried ramen noodle, sea salt, egg drop at the last minute. Slurp!

The Cat picked up a hot dog from Costco for The Mouse. Warmed up the last of Chef H’s chili.

The Mouse’s Nom

Chili dog with fried pork skin (better than chips, maybe even better than fries). Big nom. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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Not really in need of fruits and vegetables, just walking around.


From the vendor we usually buy bananas and papayas from.


Simple, cut in half, spoon out contents.

Fried Pork Skin

A treat for The Mouse. Nom nom. 🙂

Better than potato chips!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The first was The Cat’s, the second was The Mouse’s.

The Cat took her staff to “celebrate” surviving tax season, 100 Sails to take advantage of the half-off happy hour.

Kalua Pork Fries




Prime Rib?

The Mouse got some leftovers (mousie bag).


And from the other day …

Chili and Bread

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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The Mouse ran an errand for The Cat. Pick up tax documents from Chef H. Chef was preparing the kitchen and staff “family” meal. Chef made a “mousie” and “kitty” package to take.

“Breakfast Sandwich”

According to chef, not your typical breakfast sandwich, Gruyere beer cheese, black forest ham (I think that’s what he said), organic egg. Notice the square bread? The Mouse has a special affinity towards square bread. My kinda chef. Hee hee. Two sandwiches one each for The Cat and The Mouse. The Cat shared hers with her staff, The Mouse ate all of his. Nom!

Chef also packaged a large container of home made chili.


More nom!

The Mouse should stop by the kitchen in the afternoon more often. Jus’ kidding, hmm. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse’s Meat-Fest

The Cat rushed off to work. The Mouse had to do farmers market solo. A pass on Ruby Tuesday this week.

Picked up take-out from the grocery store instead.

Grilled Beef Short Ribs

And The Mouse couldn’t pass up.

Grilled Lamb

Leftover roll from the freezer (ten minutes in the toaster oven).

Rustic Roll

Just butter. No artisanal fruit preserve nor Vegemite. It was all about the meat. Perfectly cooked. The connective tissue easily separated from the rib bones. Big nom!

The Mouse had to take a nap afterward. Zzz. Hee hee.

Whoever is cooking at the grocery store really know their meats. Their Chinese style roast pork is really good too.

And as a bonus, the prices are super reasonable. 🙂

Happy Mouse.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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