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Food in a Box

The Mouse has been wanting to try this place for awhile.

O’Kims Korean Kitchen. Took a picture of the front but wrong setting, no picture.

Heard about the confited pork belly brulee. Drool.

CONFITED PORK BELLY BRULEE

Confit pork belly with sesame leaves and miso sauce, pickled onions, apple & ginger jam, green salad and kimchi.

The pork was shy, hiding under the sesame leaves?

Close up

Not buttah tender, but very tasty. Everything well made. Socks off. Definitely would return.

Location is a bit of an issue. But, find a way. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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Sunday.

Ruby Tuesday.

Pork Belly Sliders

Pork Belly Sliders

Happy Hour special.

Detail

Detail

One of the better non-Chinese roast pork dishes I’ve had. Happy Mouse.:)

Furikake Fries

Furikake Fries

Curly fries, furikake, mayo. The Cat’s order. Tasty.

And of course, had to end with dessert.

Mud Pie

Mud Pie

One of The Cat’s favorite.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Nothing fancy. Just home cooking.

The Cat made …

Watercress Soup with Pork Belly

Watercress Soup with Pork Belly

The Mouse made …

Pork Belly, Taro, and Lotus Root Braised in Miso and Orange Marmalade

Pork Belly, Taro, and Lotus Root Braised in Miso and Orange Marmalade

A riff on miso braised pork belly. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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No Recipe

And no ingredients, except for the egg.

Growing up, my favorite Japanese dish was oyako donburi, simmered egg and chicken on rice. Dunno why. Maybe it was easy to eat, maybe it was one of the cheapest dishes on menus? Anyways, it’s still a go-to dish when I dunno what to eat at Japanese restaurants.

Last night, did a little variation at home. Mind you, no chicken, no onions, and no dashi. And, wasn’t feeling like cooking rice.

Started with quinoa.

Quinoa

Quinoa

Instead of dashi broth, did a miso broth.

Instead of onions, thinly sliced celery and white stem cabbage.

Instead of chicken, leftover miso braised pork belly.

Everyone in the pot

Everyone in the pot

Add a beaten egg and let everything meld together. Ease the whole thing over the quinoa.

Miso Oink Belly Donburi over Quinoa

Miso Oink Belly Donburi over Quinoa

Tell the truth, this was even better than oyako donburi. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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We’ve been eating out on Friday nights. The Cat tries to tie-up loose ends before the weekend and sometimes the tying takes longer than expected.

Couple of weeks ago, tried something different at the 808 Center.

Sign

Sign

Region known for their spicy food (Szechuan Province). We ordered level wimp.

Stir-Fried Greens

Stir-Fried Greens

Forgot what the greens were called. Tasty.

TanTan Noodles

TanTan Noodles

Interesting, tasty, not bad. Could’ve used a little more sauce though.

Fried Rice with Twice Cooked Pork

Fried Rice with Twice Cooked Pork

The best dish of the night.

Overall, food is pretty good, their waiting and seating system though is a big problem. Is the food good enough to overcome the seating issue? Hmm. maybe not.

Yesterday, returned to an old favorite. Hunan Cuisine.

Guǎngdōngsīguā Egg Drop Soup

Guǎngdōngsīguā Egg Drop Soup

The menu called the squash loofah, Google says it’s “luffa”, The Mouse is confused.

Rice Noodles with Shrimp

Rice Noodles with Shrimp

Because it’s the start of The Cat’s weekend.

And two of our favorite dishes from Hunan Cuisine.

Long Bean and Eggplant

Long Bean and Eggplant

And

Kou Rou

Kong Rou

Braised pork belly. Can it get any better? Hee hee.

Off to our favorite izakaya tonight!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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