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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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Sunday One-Pot

Quickie no-recipe.

Cubed Pork Shoulder

Browned in pot, no oil, water, liquid smoke. Braise for 90 minutes. Salt and a tiny bit of pepper to taste. Chunky shred.

Stove Top “Kalua Pork”

The Mouse must say, the result was pretty good. Hee hee. Not photogenic, but tasty. Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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From The Mouse’s weird mind. Half of a hamburger patty in the refridge. Texture was either not enough fat or too dense. A scoop of miso, some vegetables (turnip greens and carrot), beans, an egg, and the hamburger patty. Oh and the leftover french fries that came with the burger (they were a bit on the dry side).

Miso

The Mouse’s favorite non-recipe, throw everything in and hope for the best. Hee hee.

Hamburger Nabemono

The miso paste made it all good. Nom!

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Sorry, this week so far kinda boring. But still, good eats, to The Mouse anyway.

Another one pot, similar ingredients as the previous.

The Mouse’s Lunch

Black eyed peas, turnip stems (The Cat got the leafy portion, easier to chew), hot dog, spinach, dried parsley. The white blobs are boiled turnip. Kinda healthy? Kinda Cassoulet-ish? In a budget friendly way? No duck leg confit. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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One Pot

The Mouse’s dinner.

“Beans and Frank”

Sorta. The Mouse’s method. Rummage through the refridge/freezer and throw things in. Black eye peas, hot dog, spinach, parsley, broccoli stems (because The Cat doesn’t eat broccoli stems), salt, lots of black pepper, and a little shichimi togarashi.

Quick too, about 20 minutes total.

The Mouse nommed. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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