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The Cat had a pic of the peach meringue dessert from a couple of posts ago.

Peach Meringue Tart
Inside

Nom!

Recent bowls (both The Cat’s and The Mouse’s).

Jook with Leftovers

From Sunday’s Korean brunch.

The Mouse’s Lunch

Pasta shells with canned sardines and frozen mixed vegetables, heavily seasoned with turmeric. Sardines and turmeric, interesting flavors, The Mouse might do this again. Hee hee.

Vegetable Jook with Pickled Mustard Cabbage

Another jook bowl for The Cat. The Cat wasn’t complaining. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Still dealing with the new editor. Now, The Mouse has to start a post, save, get out, re-enter, then choose to edit in the “classic” mode. Sooooooo stoooooopid.

Anyways, The Cat not feeling 100%. Got antibiotics from doctor. The Mouse kinda made patient food.

Corned Beef Hash and Egg Jook

Recooked the rice with extra water, added wakame, frozen spinach, sesame seeds, salt. Corned beef hash and egg on top. Dried parsley garnish.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Crab Paste Try

From the warehouse “clearance” shelf, stuff that cannot be sold to customers, still good to use.

Jar

Ingredients indicated that the paste shouldn’t be too spicy.

At first, The Mouse was going to scramble eggs, but The Cat came home too late. So, The Mouse improvised.

Art?

Hee hee, scrambled eggs with crab paste.

The Mouse made jook with leftover rice and chicken broth. When The Cat was ready, brought the jook up to just starting to boil temperature, poured (not drop) the egg mixture in, turned off the heat, and let the pot sit for a minute or so.

Chicken Broth Jook with Crab Paste Egg Pour

Crushed peanut and parsley garnish.

The Cat liked.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Bowl of Jook

The Cat’s dinner. The Mouse threw together.

Jook

Brown rice, celery, dried seaweed, shiso garnish, Chinese roast duck.

The Cat slurped.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Picked up from Costco over the weekend.

Package

The Cat working late this week. The Mouse thought little more nutritious than instant noodles, plus less salt.

The Mouse tested with The Cat’s bowl of “instant” jook (leftover rice).

The Cat’s Bowl

Seaweed, celery, fried egg, toasted sesame oil.

The Cat slurped.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

 

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