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The Mouse learned this no-recipe from his father. Father thought it was gourmet. Hee hee.

Onion

Rough Chopped

Tin of Sardines

Must be packed in oil, not water.

After the onion is softened over medium heat and a little bit of oil. Add the whole can of sardines, including the packing oil, mash the sardines. Season to taste. The Mouse added black pepper and paprika.

Piled over steamed rice.

Mouse Lunch

Best would have been a little capers for garnish. None in the refridge, sweet relish as an acceptable substitute. Mmm! 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse learned something new. Slicing onions from shoot to root (north to south) is less tearful than slicing east to west.

The Mouse sliced half an onion, little to none eye irratation.

Sliced Onions

The Mouse sautéed the onion with the last of the leftover bacon steak.

Bacon and Onion on Pita

A drizzle of yellow mustard. Mmm.

If The Mouse had planned better, he would have sprinkled a little bit of instant coffee while sautéing. The Mouse loves the combination of bacon and coffee.

So, this method only works with sliced onions. If dicing or garnishing sandwiches or burgers? All bets are off. 😦

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse had a portion of kalua pork in the freezer, no cabbage in the house, had an onion though.

Sliced the onion as thin as I could, The Mouse can always practice his knife skills. Hee hee.

Sliced Onions

The Mouse is quite sure the effort would not pass any of the chef’s inspection, oh well, still edible. Hee hee.

Stir-fried the onions on medium low heat until they started to caramelize, added the kalua pork to warm.

Lunch

Pork on the left, onions on the right. Mmm Nom! The Mouse ate straight from the pan (faster clean up), don’t tell The Cat.

For starch, The Mouse warmed a pita. Added a couple of shiso leaves for the token green. Hee hee.

Pita and Shiso

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Made in the office. Potluck.

Sliced Onion

Add.

Sun Dried Tomato in Olive Oil

Add

Sliced Celery and Mushroom

Add.

White Wine

Turn on crockpot, 4 hours.

Mushroom and Onion Ragout with Sun-Dried Tomato

Must’ve been okay, nothing left. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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I love okra, blame it on the cuz’s P&B.

Saw a gumbo recipe on TV the other day, didn’t have all the ingredients, nor the time, nor the technique, but threw something together.

Onions, Cooked to almost only essence, Frozen Okra, Portuguese Sausage

Onions, Cooked to almost only essence, Frozen Okra, Portuguese Sausage

Seasoned with a little salt, a lot of Mrs. Dash, and a little bit of shichimi togarashi for heat. Not authentic, just inspired.

Braised Okra and Onions with Portuguese Sausage

Braised Okra and Onions with Portuguese Sausage

Very slimy.

The Moused liked. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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