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Cheeks and belly.

Cheeks and Belly

Pre-simmered for about an hour, washed, simmered in heavy and light shoyu, sugar, sake, apple cider vinegar, pepper, and ginger.

Not Photogenic, but Tasty

Comfort food.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Pork Hash?

This week’s “one pot” dish, mostly for The Cat’s bento.

Ground Pork

For added “texture”, The Mouse added a few pieces of pork belly.

Pork Belly

Ground pork, pork belly, water, whiskey, salt, liquid smoke, simmer, potato, beans, package of pork gravy. more simmer.

Pork Hash?

Probably not the most photogenic of dishes, and not really sure what to call it, but comfort food. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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First.

Pork Belly

Cut up, brown, braise in water, liquid smoke, salt, whiskey.

Cool and chill overnight.

Pork Belly, Braised, Chilled

Add to stir-fried cabbage.

Braised Pork Belly with Cabbage

Maybe as good as kalua pork and cabbage. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Thursday eats.

Picked up from the Korean grocery store on the way home.

Dumplings

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Deep-Fried Pork Belly

As good as Chinese roast pork? Hmm, have to think about this one.

Potato, Korean Style

For The Cat. Salty sweet sauce, shoyu and sugar? Dunno.

The Mouse ate dumpling and pickles. Pork on the side.

The Mouse’s Plate

The Cat had her veggie soup bowl, with dumplings.

The Cat’s Bowl

With potato on the side.

A good Thursday. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Chinatown Eats

Last Saturday. Smith and Kings. A play on their location. One of the “new” businesses revitalizing the neighborhood. Intrigued by their brunch burger.

Brunch Burger

Bacon Jam, Mixed Greens, Cheddar, Truffle Aioli, Sunny Egg, Deep Fried French Toast Bun. Breakfast Potatoes, or House Grits.

Not bad, Half sock off maybe? Too many things going on. Bacon jam was more like crumbled bacon than jam. But good to try.

Also tried a side of roasted pork belly.

Roasted Pork Belly

Now, you may ask why, when Nam Fong (famous for their Chinese roast pork) is but a few steps away, would The Mouse want to order pork belly? Try try.

The verdict on the pork belly. It’s not Chinese roast pork, but, a very very good attempt at treating pork belly as it should be cooked. Well prepared. The Mouse would definitely order again.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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