Posts Tagged ‘Pickles’

Small-kid time, hanabata days, The Mouse preferred his hot dogs plain, unadulterated. Nowadays, hot dogs for The Mouse is mostly about the condiments. No doubt, the hot dog and bun has to be good too, but, the accouterments play a major part in the experience.

Hot Dog

The Cat bought gas for her car, brought home a hot dog for The Mouse (so he could make his own gas). Hee hee.

No condiments from the snack bar. The Mouse has his own.

Hot Dog, Dressed

Pickled okra, pickled carrots (both from Picnics From The Vine), Dijon mustard, ketchup.

Chomp. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse


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Powdered Peanut Butter

On the clearance shelf. The Mouse is not sure what to do with it … yet. Peanut butter soup maybe?

Pickled Okra

Heading to Costco for a hot dog now! Hee hee.

Pineapple and Bourbon Preserve

Can it get any better?

Kielbasa anyone? 🙂

Wine and Herb Pickles

Standby fave for The Mouse.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Nothing spectacular, just cleaning out the ‘fridge.

The Mouse’s Ham Sandwich

Molasses roll, packaged ham, pickles, mustard, avocado, fresh ground pepper. Nom!

As a follow-up, apparently, natural alkaline water is far better than artificially manufactured alkaline water. Picked up a few bottles to try.


Local company, natural. Test test.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Not much happening food-wise. Last night dinner. Thrown together whatever fit on the plate.

The Mouse Dinner

Leftover burger from Ruby Tuesday, pickles from Picnics from the Vine, frozen vegetables, orange, peanut butter sandwich. The Mouse liked. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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From Picnics From The Vine, local vendor.

The Mouse first started buying K’s “drunken” fruit preserves. Although they are good, I think she does a better job with her pickles.

The Mouse’s dinner (with pickles).

Hot Dog with Pickles

Description from the vendor: “These feisty cucumbers pack a punch. Tangy and Spicy. Made with pickled Maui onions, sweet peppers, and a spicy Thai chili.”

Classic (and cheap) Costco dog. Usually The Mouse loads up on the condiments, but that was before discovering those pickles. Hee hee.

Ham Sandwich with Wine and Herb Pickles

Description from the vendor: “Packed with Mixed Fine Herbs and Garlic. These are vibrant and savory with a sweet citrus finish. Made with pickled Maui onions and garlic.”

Whole wheat bread and shiso leaf stragglers (found them hiding under the plant).


Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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