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Newly opened in the neighborhood.

Sign

Dunno why (font maybe) but the movie Pan’s Labyrinth flashed in The Mouse’s mind. Weird, I know.

Mochiko Chicken and Shoyu Pork Special

For The Mouse. Dunno if pork was belly, little too lean, tasty though. Chicken was decent.

For The Cat.

Grilled Salmon

Rice went to The Cat, mac salad to The Mouse.

Since The Cat worked a little late, The Mouse did a little modification.

Jook with Grilled Salmon

Rice stayed warm and squishy, just how The Cat likes.

And for vegetable.

Sliced Cucumber

Dressed with mirin and rice vinegar.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Not really, sorta kinda. The Mouse’s pick up from the grocery store on the way home (Thursday special).

Roast Turkey Plate

Ran out of mash potato and corn (sigh), brown rice, white rice, and mixed veg instead.

The Mouse ate the brown rice, most of the turkey, and half of the veg.

The white rice, and half of the veg went to The Cat’s “squishy” bowl along with pig foot broth (gelled up nicely), a bit of pig foot, turnip, seaweed, frozen spinach, canned bamboo shoot, black eye peas, and sea salt.

The Cat’s Squishy Bowl

Oh, and a poached egg. Wet food, not dry. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s “Patient” Food

The Cat is a bit under the weather, cough, sore throat, etc.

Something warm, easy to eat.

Jook #1

White rice, barley, seaweed, carrot, fried tofu.

Jook #2

Same base as jook #1 (The Cat only ate half), added toaster ovened tomatoes and fried egg (instead of the tofu, The Cat request).

As in everything else, this cold will pass.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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The Cat worked late tonight. Plus trying to clear the refrig.

The Cat's Bowl

The Cat’s Bowl

Since The Cat likes “squishy” food, ancient grain “jook”, leftover pork chop, white stem cabbage, dried seaweed.

The Mouse not that enthused with “squishy” food.

The Mouse's Plate

The Mouse’s Plate

Ancient grains, smoked pork, pan charred celery, egg, and white stemmed cabbage garnish.

The Cat and The Mouse each like their respective dishes. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Just a few random pictures, The Cat’s eats in China.

Noodles and Vegetables

Noodles and Vegetables

 

Black Rice Jook, Lotus Root, and Vegetables

Black Rice Jook, Lotus Root, and Vegetables

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse (and The Cat)

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