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So, while we were waiting for the hurricane, our part of SPAM Land was not severely impacted like other places, The Mouse ran out to pick up his prescription pills (our area was still outside of the “cone of destruction”).

Pharmacy had texted The Mouse as a reminder to fill prescriptions, just in case. Originally they said they were going to be open. When The Mouse got there, closed for two days. Humph!

Okay, maybe can pick up some breakfast. Everything closed save for one “drive inn”. Wouldn’t you know, owned by Chinese. Hee hee.

I guess if threat not imminent, still can make money. 😉

Storefront

Apparently lots of people had the same idea, not the prescription part, the breakfast part. Place was packed.

After some waiting, The Mouse got his take-out.

French Toast

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Beef Stew Breakfast

🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The usual Sunday routine is farmers market, “brunch”/lunch, mini hibernate, “light” dinner.

Yesterday was a little different. “Early” breakfast (before farmers market).

The Cat’s order.

Fire-Roasted Portobello Mushroom & Avocado Benedict

With grilled local tomato & fresh spinach. Hash brown (crispy), and fruit slices.

The Mouse’s order (French Toast sandwich) took a little assembling.

Ani’s Cinnamon Bread French Toast Sandwich

The Mouse thought order would come assembled, but, it was DIY.

Two Farm Fresh Eggs, Four Strips of Bacon

Menu says two strips of bacon, and two link sausages, The Mouse asked to make it four strips of bacon, skip the link sausage. Hee hee.

The Mouse’s Open-Faced Sweet Bread French Toast “Sandwich”

A little drizzle of syrup and shoyu (that salty sweet thing). 🙂

Bacon was crispy enough to eat in hand.

Dinner was an “adventure”. Post soon.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Sunday “un-routine”.

Early breakfast.

Chicken Sausage, French Toast

Both from the grocery store the night before. Few minutes in the toaster oven, “good as new”.

Farmers Market Fruit

Papaya, guava, bananas. The Cat is not due back until later this week, should ripen by then.

The Mouse was still “full” from breakfast. No Ruby Tuesday this week, instead, salad.

Green Papaya Salad

From one of the “farmer” stalls. Dressing was pungent with chili peppers and fish sauce. Nom!

Local Oat Cake

From Starbucks in the mall.

The Cat meanwhile, dinner at a friend’s house.

Plate

The Cat didn’t give details, looks like pulled pork, potato salad, beans, tossed salad, broccoli.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Early morning, rushed off to get blood test, no food, “fasting” requirement. Picked up on the way home.

Fried Rice Breakfast

The Mouse’s, from the neighborhood grocery store. Fried rice, scrambled eggs, char siu (with an “r”). No kogi bits, but still good. Nom!

Picked up for The Cat.

French Toast

🙂

The Mouse still full from breakfast (it was larger than The Mouse is used to). Just a little “snack”.

“Acai” Bowl

Instead of all acai sorbet, The Mouse got one scoop of acai sorbet, one scoop of strawberry/guava sorbet, and one scoop o Ka‘u orange sorbet. Mmm!

Although The Mouse thinks leaving off the honey next time, too sticky, felt like a glue mouse trap. Hee hee!

Dinner was late, The Mouse on his own. The Cat stuck at her office. After a short nap, The Mouse headed over to the neighborhood chop suey.

Wor Mein

Noodles with vegetables (think deluxe saimin). The Mouse ordered wor won ton mein (noodles, won ton, vegetables). Kitchen forgot to add the won ton. Got to the bottom of the bowl, no won ton. Humph!

I guess in retrospect, the won ton may have been a little heavy for late eating, but stil … Sigh!

Kitty karry-out (Mr. Caswell‘s inventive wordplay, not The Mouse’s). was steamed buns and spicy eggplant. Too messy for picture.

So, an almost perfect (but still okay) day for The Mouse.

Enjoy. Eat well.

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Found a new place for Sunday breakfast/brunch. 🙂

Front

Name is a mashup of the owner’s two daughters, Kamalani and Kalei. Weekends, the daughters run the kitchen.

The Cat’s Order

French toast, bread from Punalu‘u Bake Shop. Generous portion. They let the bread soak in the batter to achieve a custard-y texture. The Cat liked.

Fried Rice Omelet

Owner misheard The Mouse and added an extra scoop of fried rice. Toast included. Everything well prepared. 🙂

Catsup

In true “omurice” tradition. Hee hee.

Definitely will return, prices are super reasonable too.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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