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One Pot

This week’s one pot cooking.

The players.

Cans

Tomato and olives.

Meat

Ground pork.

Vegetable

Eggplant.

Everything into the pot.

Browned the pork, added the tomato, simmered, added the eggplant and olives, simmered. Salt and pepper to taste.

One Pot

Ground pork and eggplant stew with olives. Or, if you want to get fancy, Aubergine stew with ground pork and olives. Hee hee.

With pasta, rice, or bread. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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One-Pot

No pig feet, no chicken feet this week. Something easy-peasy.

Ground Pork

Browned and set aside. A light sprinkle of salt.

Mushrooms

Stir-fried until moisture starts to come out.

Combine with ground pork and some celery (for texture).

Ground Pork, Mushroom, and Celery Hash?

Seasoned with salt, pepper, brown sugar, and shoyu.

Good on rice or noodles.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Yesterday’s haul.

Turnips

Turnips

 

Dragonfruit

Dragonfruit

Both white and red fleshed.

Apple Bananas

Apple Bananas

 

Steamed Kalo (Taro)

Steamed Kalo (Taro)

Also picked a package of ground pork at the grocery store.

Ground Pork

Ground Pork

This week’s one pot dish …

Simmered Ground Pork with Frozen Tofu, Miso Flavor

Simmered Ground Pork with Frozen Tofu, Miso Flavor

Can be eaten with rice, pasta, noodles, bread. 🙂

Oh and BTW, it’s The Mouse’s first day of a new job. No more juggling and commuting two, sometimes three part-time jobs. No more urban nomad. 🙂

New adventure, new eating location. Hee hee!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Ground Pork

No major soup this week. No chicken feet, pork hock, nor oink tail (aren’t you lucky). This week we thought we’d change it up with ground pork.

The Cat seasoned a package of ground pork.

Ground Pork

Ground Pork

Salt, sugar, ginger, green onions, splash of Shao Xing wine, shoyu, and sesame seed oil.

Pan fried the batch.

In the pan

In the pan

After cooked, the pork can be used as a base for stir-frys, steamed dishes, or quick soups.

Last night, chopped up turnip greens.

Turnip Greens

Turnip Greens

Last night. Sautéed ’em with some of the pork.

Sautéed Turnip Greens and Ground Pork

Sautéed Turnip Greens and Ground Pork

Home food.

Will keep you posted on the various iterations.

Message to the cuz B: OMG! Just made a version of loose meat! Heading to therapy immediately! Hee hee! Snort!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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Two dishes, one by The Cat, one by The Mouse, both trying to use less oil than called for.

First, The Cat’s.

Stir-Fried Eggplant with Ground Pork

Stir-Fried Eggplant with Ground Pork

A little oil to coat the hot pan, stir-fry until slightly charred,add water (not oil) as needed to prevent eggplant from trying out (they absorb moisture like a sponge) combine with already cooked ground pork. Season  with sugar, shoyu, salt (no pepper or chili this time), ginger, green onions. Tasty.

Next, The Mouse’s turn.

Attempted (what I thought) my dentist’s version of dry-fried long beans with ground pork. In retrospect, kinda difficult to listen to a recipe when your mouth is open and there are two hands in it.

Dry-Fried Long Beans

Dry-Fried Long Beans

Hot pan, no oil, long beans. I think I was too timid with the charring, I panicked. Salt and a little bit of olive oil at the end to finish. Beans could’ve stayed on the heat for a bit longer.

Dried-Fried Long Beans with Ground Pork

Dried-Fried Long Beans with Ground Pork

Smother beans with already cooked ground pork.

Overall, dish wasn’t bad, could’ve been better. Next time do better. Adding a little bit of spice heat on the next one.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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