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Emergency repairs affecting the driveway. The service truck blocking The Mouse’s car, didn’t want to ask the plumbers to move. The Mouse rummaged.

Noodle Bowl

Instant noodles, no soup packet, turmeric, salt, wakame, cauliflower, fishcake. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Tax season, The Cat’s food during tax season, less about visual aesthetics, more about nutrition. Hee hee.

Green Soup

White stemmed cabbage, wakame, dried vegetable, salt, toasted sesame oil to finish. After the Cat’s long Sunday nap. Light, not sit on the bottom of the stomach heavy. 🙂

Tonic Soup

Dried ingredients, rice, leftover chicken. You’ve seen this before, another batch. The Cat’s weeknight dinner. One bowl, easy to re-heat.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat worked late yesterday, The Mouse prepared a kinda impromptu bowl for her dinner.

Din-Din

Spiral pasta, napa cabbage, frozen mixed vegetables, pan-fried salmon (previously frozen). Not soup, just soupy. Hee hee.

No recipe, just assembly. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse didn’t have a plan for the eggplant, just started cooking and hoped for the best. Hee hee.

Sliced Eggplant

Peeled, sliced, drenched in oil and drizzled with apple cider vinegar. Roasted for about 50 minutes.

Roasted

Slightly crispy in places, soft and squishy in others. The Mouse tossed and added salt and pepper.

Ugly but Tasty

If The Mouse planned better, he would have made the eggplant more like baba ghanoush. Still it was good. A little too much vinegar for The Mouse’s taste, but The Cat liked it.

Cold Cut Sandwich

The Mouse’s dinner. The vinegar acted to balance the saltiness of the cold cuts, so it all worked out. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Back in the day when The Mouse could digest diary, one of his favorite pasta was carbonara. But with age, the dish is now forbidden.

The Mouse, playing in the kitchen. Crispy SPAM, soba noodles, olive oil, frozen broccoli, wakame, salt and pepper to taste.

“SPAM Sobanara”

In The Mouse’s opinion, tossing the drained soba noodles (and still hot) with olive oil immediately after cooking was key. The Mouse enjoyed.

Completely different from pasta carbonara but … 🙂

Wondering … next time maybe adding natto to the mix. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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