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Another Mix Bowl

The Cat had a gift card to CPK. Ran an errand near Kahala Mall. Lunch. 🙂

Lettuce Wrap

Fresh Shiitake mushrooms, water chestnuts and scallions tossed in spicy ginger soy sauce. The Cat ordered with shrimp. A healthier take on moo shu pork? Not bad for quasi-Chinese food at a quasi-pizza restaurant. Hee hee.

The Cat’s Lunch

Shrimp Scampi Zucchini: Their lighter spin on a traditional recipe. Zucchini ribbons sautéed with lemon, garlic and white wine, tossed with fresh Italian parsley, Parmesan and a touch of fettuccine.

The Cat thought too much lemon flavor. The Mouse finished.

The Mouse’s Bowl

Banh Mi Power Bowl: Quinoa, baby kale, fresh cilantro & mint topped with grilled chicken, watermelon radish, fresh avocado, cucumber, carrot, bean sprouts, scallions and sesame seeds. Served with housemade chili-lime vinaigrette and serrano peppers.

The Mouse liked everything except the chili-lime vinaigrette. He used the remaining ginger-soy sauce from the lettuce wraps. Next time, The Mouse will plan and bring pickled carrot and radishes, and Maggi seasoning liquid to add. 🙂

All Mixed

Because The Mouse finished The Cat’s lunch, he took home a portion of the bowl (went into The Cat’s bento).

Key Lime Pie

Shared. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Over Easy

Finally got here.

Front

Breakfast, always a loooong line. Bit the bullet and signed in.

The Cat’s client.

Compliments of the co-owner, Mrs. J.

Custard French Toast

Cinnamon Toast Crunch, orange creme fraiche.

The Cat ordered.

Brunch Bowl

soft eggs, avocado, yogurt, spinach, toast, tomato jam, candied bacon. A lot.

The Mouse ordered.

Kailua Eggs

Bacon cabbage broth, Portuguese sausage, rice, sprouts. Think rice soup. Hee hee.

Open Kitchen

Thanks, will be back soon. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Kind of a slow day yesterday.

Our second generation shiso plants are thriving.

Shiso!

I think the plants are better than the first generation, bigger leaves.

🙂

The Cat had another after-work training session. The Mouse had a choice. Take-out or bachelor cooking. Bachelor cooking it is. Frozen peas and carrots, tin of tuna.

“Cat Food”

A drizzle of avocado oil, a sprinkle of sea salt, and a turn of cracked pepper and The Mouse is good to go. Whenever The Mouse makes “mixed food”, The Cat calls it cat food. Humph. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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