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Lunch Detour

The Mouse brought a sandwich and beets for lunch yesterday. One of the warehouse affiliates made a batch of poke. Dunno why, maybe overstock of ahi? The Mouse didn’t question. The sandwich eating got postponed to dinner. Hee hee.

Poke

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Beets

The Mouse like these kinds of detours. πŸ™‚

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Wednesday “warehouse give back” lunch where the owner pays a portion of the staff lunch in support of one of our restaurant customers. This time, one of our former salespeople bought a Korean chicken take-out spot. Talk about weird “family” ties. Hee hee.

Fried Chicken Bowl

Rice, fried chicken, mayo and sriracha sauce. The Mouse thinks new owner is still learning, batter was a bit thick, but the quantity made up for it. Probably still leaning technique.

The Mouse brought a little container of cauliflower for vegetables.

Cauliflower

Salt, pepper, oregano. Maybe next time The Mouse will ask the new owner/former salesperson to fry it up too. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Japanese Bento

Running errands at the mall. The Mouse wanted to try a pop-up musubi place for lunch (located in the Japan walk food court), alas soooooo expensive, not cheap eats at all.

The Mouse ended up picking up a bento at one of the other vendor stands.

Cover

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Inside

Chicken soboro bento, rice, ground chicken, shredded scrambled egg, chicken karaage, pickles. Nom!

First time trying the ground chicken Japanese style. Pretty good comfort food. The Mouse would eat again. πŸ™‚

And … price point more acceptable to The Mouse’s wallet.

Yesterday weather kinda rainy. The Mouse channeling Van Gogh?

Rainbow through the Raindrops/Windshield

Eh! Probably not, but The Mouse just having fun at the stop light. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse frequently does it, The Cat has fits. Hee hee.

Yesterday’s eating log.

Breakfast

Kalua pork and cabbage over rice. Could be lunch or dinner, The Mouse decided for breakfast πŸ™‚

Lunch

Nico’s at Pier 38, supervisor treated the group.

Furikake Pan Seared Ahi: Fresh tuna Ahi steak coated with Japanese dried seaweed and sesame seeds then cooked to order, from rare to well done. Served with Nico’s ginger garlic cilantro dip.

Okay, this could be lunch, but The Mouse thinks more dinner.

Dinner got a little complicated. The Mouse was jonesing for bakery stuff. Dinner rolls.

First stop Zippy’s. No dinner rolls, but The Mouse was enticed with some of their offerings.

In the Box

Bread pudding, cornbread, pumpkin coffee cake, pumpkin donut (baked not fried), and a mochizada? Mochi flour made into a malasada-like pastry. Much less oil than a regular malasada (at least the ones from Leonard’s anyway), much denser. not bad. Buy again? Maybe.

A visit to old school institution on this side of the island.

Front Door

Cash only, no checks, no credit/debit cards. Old school.

A package of dinner rolls.

Package

No individual, had to buy a dozen.

Must say though these are the bomb! Just buttery enough, soft, not soggy, probably not health food, but comfort food. Thumbs up, socks off.

Dinner Rolls

Also had a bowl of oatmeal, to make-up for breakfast. Hee hee.

Now, what to do with the rest of the package, hmm, maybe SPAM sliders or breakfast sliders. Nom!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Lately, for some reason, The Mouse has difficulty finding lunch on Saturdays. Yesterday was no exception. He couldn’t change lanes fast enough to reach a Japanese musubi and curry shop, the nearby golf course restaurant was closed for a private event. Ugh! The Mouse made his way here.

Front

The Mouse has been here before, a little out of the way for him, not as far as the other side of the mountain, but still, next town over.

Char Siu and Roast Duck on Rice

One of their lunch specials. good taste, good quantity, fair price. The Mouse took home half.

Also ordered a lunch plate for take-out, bento prep.

Lunch Plate

Beef with vegetables, cold ginger chicken, pot roast pork, rice, crispy wonton.

Two plates, four decent meals. Good deal.

Too bad the place is not closer. Maybe just takes a little more effort, and gas, on The Mouse’s part.

Heading out to the farmers market then brunch with doctor friend at Chef H’s restaurant. More exciting and expensive pics to come.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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