Posts Tagged ‘Nattō’

The Mouse didn’t plan it this way, but yesterday, The Mouse’s lunch looked like something that handlers might feed their charges at a zoo. Hee hee.

Okra and Mushrooms


Sardines and Natto


All Mixed Up

The Mouse thinks if he were a zoo resident, he would be pretty pleased with the meal. Hee hee.

Although, he probably should slow down watching those programs, who know what the next meal is gonna look like. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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Friday lunch, still desk dining (have to find a job that’s less “needy”, just thinking out loud).


Okra (just boiled), natto with fried chili and black beans (one from the Lao Gan Ma brand lineup).


Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Possible. Hee hee.

The Mouse ran an errand to Costco yesterday.


The Cat wanted.

Heading out, he was tempted by the food court.

Food Court Menu

Before, The Mouse would stop for a hot dog and drink, $1.50 plus tax. A steal. But, the temptation couldn’t overcome the want to “eat well”.

So, The Mouse’s dinner.

Black-Eyed Beans, Okra, Natto with Chili Sauce


Smashed Avocado on Brioche Bun

Just salt and pepper, no other enhancements, not even toast. Nom!

Much better (eating well-wise) than a hot dog. At least last night. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Wasn’t planned, just happened.

Well, lunch was planned.

The Mouse’s Bento

Rice, black-eyed peas, okra, spinach, and natto. Yum!

Dinner was an unplanned stop at the nearby kaiten sushi.

Natto Roll, Inari Sushi, Natto Gunkam Sushi

The Mouse was on a self-imposed ban from the kitchen last night. Long story.

Pickled Ginger

The Mouse loves that the pickled ginger is self-serve. Happy Mouse.

Salmon Karaage

The Mouse tried something new. Deep fried salmon covered with spicy mayo and sweet chili sauce. The Mouse liked. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Korean grocery store.

Fried Rice Inari, Gimbap

From previous post, The Mouse cannot resist inari sushi. Different from the Japanese inari sushi The Mous is used to, more savory, less sweet, still good. The gimbap was a bonus.

“Teishoku?” TV Dinner? Dunno

Chinese roast pork, Korean inari and gimbap, natto, Asian pear, celery, banana (hiding, shy). Nom!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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