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Lunch at Beach House by Roy (Yamaguchi) with The Cat’s school-mate.

On an outside deck under an orange colored umbrella. Do not adjust your screen. Hee hee.

Tangerine Balsamic Brussels Sprouts

Tossed with Feta cheese and toasted pepita.

Twice-Cooked Baby Back Pork Ribs

Hoisin garlic ginger glaze.

North Shore Harvest Salad

Creamy herb dressing.

Ahi Avocado Flat Bread

Spicy ahi, avocado, pickled onion, baby radishes, and greens.

Falafel Wrap

Homemade falafel, Greek cauliflower salad, mint aioli, bean sprouts.

The Beach Dog

Portuguese sausage, kim chi slaw, spicy aioli, crispy onions.

No Bake Cheesecake

Roasted green tea, caramel creme, black sesame shortbread crust.

Sorbet

Hawaiian rainbow.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Not Fish Day

The Cat had planned to order fish for lunch yesterday. Sold out. Sigh. She ended up ordering sausage and chicken jambalaya.

Jambalaya

The Mouse had no plans of eating fish. Picked up a mini lunch from the grocery store.

Lechon Kawali

Crispy pork belly, onion, tomato, vinegar. Portion was just right, no leftover. Vinegar not overpowering. The Mouse liked. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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“Compromises”

The Mouse didn’t make it to the Filipino take-out in time, they sold out of pinakbet (vegetable stew). The Mouse got kabocha stew instead.

Kabocha Stew

The Mouse has to go earlier next time.

The Cat’s lunch was at super upscale department store at the mall, not wanting to order expensive, someone else was paying, ordered a lunch wrap.

Lunch Wrap

The Cat said size was little larger than an eggroll.

Interior View

The Cat’s meal didn’t hold, she was hungry a short time later. The Mouse has leftovers.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Saimin! :)

Probably The Mouse’s favorite type of noodle, must be from small-kid hanabata time. A quick lunch woud be a package of S&S saimin.

The Mouse’s lunch. Started with a container of Okuhara saimin (the other small-kid hanabata days brand).

Frozen Saimin

The containers are deluxe, notice the slices of luncheon meat (dunno if SPAM), scrambled egg, green onion, and fish cake (kamaboko).

The Mouse further “accessorized” his bowl, more SPAM (roasted in the toaster oven), wakame, okra, mixed vegetables. Instead of the flavor packet, too much salt, The Mouse seasoned with a little salt, black pepper, and low sodium shoyu, that way he controlled the salt content.

The Mouse’s Saimin

Oh yeah, the SPAM was the “lite” version too, less fat and salt.

The Mouse had a happy lunch. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse had another doctor’s appointment yesterday. Since he was in town, The Cat sent him on an errand. By the time The Mouse was finished, it was lunch time. Between lunch hour traffic, one way streets, and construction, The Mouse couldn’t get to a few places to take-out. Finally landed at Asian Mix, picked up a roast duck and char siu on rice plate.

Roast Duck, Char Siu, Rice, Choi Sum

Huge portion, reasonably priced. The Mouse barely ate a quarter. Half of the duck, about half of the rice, and a lot of the choi sum went into The Cat’s bento for the next day. Half of the duck and a few stalks of choi sum went to The Cat’s dinner noodle bowl.

Noodle Bowl

Along with spaghetti pasta and canned bamboo shoots.

Another quarter of the rice portion and the remaining char siu is for The Mouse’s lunch today. 🙂

Priced out, each portion comes to three dollars and change. Not bad, “cheap eats”.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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