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Eggs and dumplings, a couple of The Mouse’s favorite foods.

Steamed Eggs with Broth
Fried Mandoo

From the neighborhood Korean grill. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Unexpected Pit Stop

The Mouse’s car experienced a flat tire. While waiting for repair, The Mouse ate.

Mandoo

Pork and vegetable filled. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Sorry, the title is a little confusing, The Mouse will explain.

Place known for their gravy, not gourmet, no fancy name, no flambe, just good old fashion drive-in style gravy.

Sign

Also, one of the few place that still serve green river.

At first, The Mouse was going to order their hamburger steak or loco moco (both of which include gravy), but in the end, The Mouse had a change of stomach and went with the healthier? fish plate lunch.

Fish Plate Lunch

Breaded, pan-fried. Delicious with the tartar sauce. Yum.

The Mouse also ordered a side of mandoo, but the order got upgraded to a full order, maybe the face masks added to the miscommunication.

Mandoo

The Mouse would have preferred steamed, but deep-fried is okay too. Hee hee.

And, to wash everything  down.

Green River

Secured for the ride home.

Oh, and since The Mouse’s palate has acquired the taste for ponzu, The Mouse picked up a bottle.

Ponzu Sauce

Dipped the mandoo. Nom!

 

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse picked up a couple items from the Korean grocery store for dinner.

Steamed Mandoo

One bite sized, cute.

Omelet

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Seaweed Soup

Warmed up the soup, threw the mandoo and a few pieces of omelet in to gently warm. Slurp. 🙂

Good bowl for cooler weather. Sorry forgot to take a pic. Got too excited.

Bonus, because it was afternoon, each dish was a dollar off. Not a steal, but somewhat of a deal. Hee hee.

The rest of the omelet is lunch today.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Cheap Eats

The Mouse’s dinner, picked up on the way home.

Apple, SPAM Kimbap

The Mouse was kinda craving fries, or tater tots. He picked up this instead.

Fried Mandoo

Kinda fit the criteria, fried, crunchy, salty. A few minutes in the toaster oven, good as new. Hee hee.

Did the mandoo satisfy the craving, kinda sorta. Does The Mouse still want fries or tots? Hmm, thinking, maybe the weekend. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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