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The Mouse had a portion of kalua pork in the freezer, no cabbage in the house, had an onion though.

Sliced the onion as thin as I could, The Mouse can always practice his knife skills. Hee hee.

Sliced Onions

The Mouse is quite sure the effort would not pass any of the chef’s inspection, oh well, still edible. Hee hee.

Stir-fried the onions on medium low heat until they started to caramelize, added the kalua pork to warm.

Lunch

Pork on the left, onions on the right. Mmm Nom! The Mouse ate straight from the pan (faster clean up), don’t tell The Cat.

For starch, The Mouse warmed a pita. Added a couple of shiso leaves for the token green. Hee hee.

Pita and Shiso

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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A “kinda sorta” dish/bowl.

Soup

Kalua style pork, white stem cabbage, water. Soup. One of those “look in the refridge”, throw in pot. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Friday Favorites

Friday favorites for The Mouse. Either lau lau or kalua pork. Yesterday The Mouse’s choice was kalua pork. All rice (The Mouse has been trying to avoid rice for the week, less carbs). 

Kalua Pork with Rice

Nom! Portion was huge, at least three meals worth. Salted just right, smoky taste (from liquid smoke The Mouse guesses). No sauce needed.

Don’t worry, The Mouse will share. 🙂 

A nice end to a medium stressful week.

Hope your Friday went well.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Sunday One-Pot

Quickie no-recipe.

Cubed Pork Shoulder

Browned in pot, no oil, water, liquid smoke. Braise for 90 minutes. Salt and a tiny bit of pepper to taste. Chunky shred.

Stove Top “Kalua Pork”

The Mouse must say, the result was pretty good. Hee hee. Not photogenic, but tasty. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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No, nothing official, just what The Mouse was eating yesterday Friday. And yes he forgot to press the “publish” button, again. Sigh.

Breakfast, from 7-Eleven.

Kalua Pork and Cabbage over Rice

Kinda appropriate since The Mouse worked on the warehouse’s accounts receivable for 7-Eleven the whole day. Hee hee.

Lunch was home-made leftovers.

Braised Style Kalua Pork with Zucchini

Wasn’t bad, but the dish could have been helped with shredded sun-dried tomatoes added to the mix. None in the pantry and the warehouse doesn’t carry the product. No matter.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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