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Leftover meatloaf, from the grocery store. Rumor is that one of the staff is a chef, The Mouse believes. This meatloaf was tasty. If offered, again, The Mouse will buy. 🙂

Shrimp fried rice. The Mouse had a craving. Neighborhood take-out. Mmm.

Pork chop with Italian sausage, onions, and mushrooms. Leftover from The Cat’s lunch. No doggie bag, mousie bag, hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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This time in vegetable soup.

Vegetable Soup with Turmeric

In The Mouse’s opinion, chicken soup is better.

The soup was for lunch, for breakfast, The Mouse bought a breakfast take-out from the grocery store, after grocery shopping.

Fried Rice, Scrambled Eggs

The pickled peppers are locally made, nice color accent to the meal. Nom!

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Helping to flatten the curve. Eating in.

One bowl. The Mouse likes. Easy, less dishes to wash, especially if The Mouse is washing. Hee hee.

The Mouse’s breakfast. Leftovers.

Breakfast Bowl

Fried rice, Chinese roast pork, steamed egg. The Mouse is still trying to get the perfect timing for the egg. Good, but maybe 30 seconds less next time.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Also, kinda cleaned out the refridge (partial). Leftovers.

The base.

Fried Rice

Steamed. Then added the fun stuff. The toppings.

Mmm

Boneless Korean style Kal-bi from an Irish pub (go figure), fried chicken from Max’s of Manila (another go figure), soft steamed egg with chipotle sauce. A very international breakfast. Hee hee.

With just a little gravy would have rivaled a loco moco, ah hindsight.

Whatever, it was nom. 🙂

The Mouse was full for awhile.

Staying home.

The Mouse

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Yesterday was a kind of Murphy’s law day, not serious, just enough.

Breakfast was last minuted from the nearby grocery store, along with fruit and vegetables, and oatmeal for the week.

Breakfast

Fried rice, scrambled eggs, SPAM. It was the tail end of the breakfast hour so kinda almost, but not quite leftover quality (or a little too much time on the steam table), but still not bad, “comfort” food. The Lau Gan Ma chili sauce, just a little, helped.

And since it was a late breakfast, and The Mouse was at the grocery store, he added a little side dish.

Poke with Kukui Nut

Again, with a touch of Lau Gan Ma. The Mouse loves spicy tuna but decided to cut down on the mayonnaise. The Lau Gan Ma is a worthy substitute. Not the same mouthfeel but the Szechuan pepper mouth-numbing effect makes up for it. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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