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The Cat’s bento today, a little change-up from the “norm”.

The Base

Gnocchi with Italian seasoned olive oil and dried parsley (not home made, from the grocery store), just boil and drain.

A quick ground pork and zucchini simmer with canned pasta sauce. Ragout?

The Top

With a side of baked sweet potato for variety.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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One of those one-pot no recipe meals.

Prep

Ground pork, salt, pepper, dark and light shoyu, ginger powder, vodka, sugar, and a drop of orange extract.

Brown, add tofu, braise.

The Cat’s Bento

With boiled turnip and roasted sweet potato (not pictured). Think mapo tofu without the heat, more teriyaki flavor.

Easy peasy.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Pork Hash?

This week’s “one pot” dish, mostly for The Cat’s bento.

Ground Pork

For added “texture”, The Mouse added a few pieces of pork belly.

Pork Belly

Ground pork, pork belly, water, whiskey, salt, liquid smoke, simmer, potato, beans, package of pork gravy. more simmer.

Pork Hash?

Probably not the most photogenic of dishes, and not really sure what to call it, but comfort food. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s one-pot entree.

Started with.

Ground Pork

Browned then simmered. Liquid smoke, salt, whiskey, water. The Mouse wanted to add Szechuan pepper but not in pantry.

Prepped turnip and cabbage (sorry forgot to take pics).

After ground pork simmered. Added vegetables and simmered another 20 minutes.

Ground Pork, Turnip, Cabbage – Kalua Flavor

Over rice, with noodles, maybe even with bao buns (although it could be a bit soggy).

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s one-pot dish. Braised ground pork with turnip.

Start with.

Ground Pork

Browned and braised with salt, whiskey, liquid smoke.

Added diced turnip, braised a little more. Added turnip greens and turned off heat with cover off.

Smoky Braised Ground Pork with Turnip

So good over rice or noodles! Kinda a riff kalua pork with cabbage, but spoonable. No need chopsticks or fork. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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