Posts Tagged ‘Kalua Pork’

One day schedule was thrown off by a Zoom meeting, one day was meeting up with a friend which extended through lunch time.

Mushroom Omelet
Kalua Pork Rice Bowl with Lomi Salmon

The Mouse added turnip kimchi. Mmm.

Have a great weekend.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Kale Curry Salad

First time trying, with raisins and pineapple, not bad, lots of roughage. Whew!

“Pork and Peas”, The Mouse version

Leftover kalua pork, canned peas, no ketchup or tomato sauce/paste.

Pastele Stew with Rice Mini Bento

The Mouse added paprika, capers, and Japanese pickled turnip.

Either on clearance shelf or leftovers. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Friday Eats

Only available Fridays. Foodland grocery store.

Kalua Pork Bowl

Not diluted with cabbage. 🙂

Poi Cup, Lomi Salmon


Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Mouse saw this in the grocery store and wanted to try try. Possible “stocking stuffers” for Christmas. Sun Noodles also makes ramen variety but generally, The Mouse’s favorite is saimin.


Package recommends 2 servings but for The Mouse, servings is more like 4 servings.

The Mouse “cooked” the saimin according to package directions, more just warming and loosening up in hot liquid. As usual, The Mouse used very little of the soup packet, too much sodium.

The Mouse’s Saimin

Texture was good, more yellow than S&S or Okuhara brands. The Mouse is still loyal to the older brands but Sun Noodles is a good contender.

The Mouse added leftover kalua pork, popcorn chicken, cucumber strips, wakame, a little lemon pepper (which contains salt) to taste. Mmm!

A few of our “nice list” will be getting packages of the ramen. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Just The Mouse. Hee hee.

The Mouse picked up a few stocking stuffers.

Chocolate Orange

Supposed to be a Christmas tradition? The Mouse is not sure what the tradition is but he likes the flavors of orange and chocolate together. 🙂

The Mouse picked up from the clearance shelf.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Crispy Rice Skewer

Don’t think of what it looks like, hee hee. Tasty treat.

The Mouse “creates” (read throws together) a sandwich.

The Mouse Eats

Multi-grain bread, roasted onion slices, kalua pork, cucumber slices, pickled turnip, Kewpie mayonnaise. Mmm!

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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