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Oxtail Soup Try

The Alley Restaurant at Aiea Bowl. The Cat and The Mouse went sorta later hoping the Mother’s Day crowd would not be so crowded. Worked, no waiting.

Wall Art
Bowling Alley
Oxtail Soup

The soup was “Chinese” style, Chinese five spice, star anise, dried mushrooms. Chinese style not The Cat’s favorite, but good try.

Oxtail Soup, Leftover

The Mouse added sliced turnip and seaweed, more water to dilute. The Cat thought better.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Try Try. Kin Wah Chop Suey.

Chop Suey Oxtail Soup

This bowl had glass noodles in it. Flavor was there, star anise, mustard cabbage. One oops, there were fragments from splitting the tail bones. The Cat had to be careful.

The Mouse ordered simple won ton soup.

Won Ton Soup

A go-to order for The Mouse. Mmm.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Cat was knocked out Sunday, probably too much sun on Saturday.

Plans for looking for cornbread went awry.

Late afternoon meal.

Oxtail Soup

The Cat’s go-to bowl of comfort food.

The Mouse had another comfort food choice.

Chicken Curry with Rice

Leftovers to spare. 🙂

Cornbread maybe next week,

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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After medical scan and meeting with church management (my bosses, part-time).

Chili and Rice

Rainbow Drive-In, meat is chunky, a good thing. 🙂

A package of Korean rice condiment (“furikake”?).


The Cat’s rice bowl with the “sprinkles”.


The main difference between Japanese furikake and the Korean condiment, the Korean condiment seems fried with a lot of oil, the Japanese furikake is just dried. The Korean seaweed has a shorter shelf life once opened, due to the oil. Can’t compare, both are good. 🙂

Does anyone know what the Korean condiment is called? Much mahalo.

The rice went with leftover oxtail soup, with watercress enhancement.

Oxtail Soup with Watercress

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat and The Mouse don’t mind leftovers. Yesterday eats.

Shoyu Pork, Toasting Bread Ends

The Mouse likes the bread ends the bakery cuts off and sells separately (cheap eats). Never know what’s in the package, could be whole wheat, white, etc. In the last purchase, it was toasting bread ends. Different from plain white bread, texture is finer. The Mouse wished he had French baguettes on hand, but the toasting bread was close enough.

The Mouse added dried green vegetable and cauliflower in the reheat. The shoyu pork sauce was good for dipping


Leftover oxtail soup. The Mouse added wakame, canned bamboo shoot, frozen mixed vegetables, instant ramen, and white stemmed cabbage in the reheat. 🙂

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