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As mentioned in previous post, leftover turnip cake for The Cat’s bento.

The Bento Base

Half a can of tinned potatoes, one turnip cake.

Roast Pork

From the neighborhood grocery store. Apparently, there is a staff member there that is an aspiring chef in the fish or produce department and the store gives him some free rein. Lucky us.

Vegetable Trio

Celery, asparagus, frozen soybeans.

No slow-cooked pot this week. Too hectic.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Sidetracked

But first, update on the pork foot soup.

Solidified Beautifully

Yesterday. First day of classes on campus. Cashiers have to operate their window constantly. As a show of “unity”, no one goes out for lunch. Office buys lunch in. The Mouse ordered vegetarian chili.

Office also brought in desserts and snacks (co-worker’s b-day).

Cake

And

Fruit

After eating the cake and fruit, The Mouse was too full for the chili. Took it home for dindin.

The Mouse’s Dinner Plate

Hollowed out baked potato (from Sunday’s lunch), filled with sun-dried tomato, the potato “inside”, topped with Zippy’s vegetarian chili. Nom! 🙂

Today is supposed to be more of the same, just no “free” lunch. Sigh.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Leftovers

When The Mouse was younger, leftovers was not in the vocabulary nor a concept. Now that The Mouse is older (not necessarily wiser), leftovers are not only a practice, but a happy concept. Benefits include not having to prep and cook as often, and helps to keep the clothes from shrinking. Hee hee. Don’t get me wrong, I love prepping and cooking, just that right now there are a few personal structural issues that need to be addressed before The Mouse can go “full speed” in the kitchen.

Pizza

The Cat brought home, office lunch. The Mouse nibbled throughout the day.

Baked Potato

And

Salmon

Another lunch. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Not really, planned to stop in to look for The Cat’s Valentine’s Day gift, part of it anyway. But, a food tour of Seoul was on the Travel Channel.

Saturday, for most of the day, freak shower and wind weather. First Korean grocery store in Kalihi didn’t have the item I was looking for. The branch near Ala Moana did. More on that next time.

Lunch was at the grocery store, it was already past lunch time.

Bi Bim Bap

Bi Bim Bap

Pretty good being in a styrofoam container. Definitely order again.

Kimchi and Gojiuang Sauce

Kimchi and Gojiuang Sauce

Ate the kimchi, took the Guojujang sauce home for a future dish.

Seaweed Soup

Seaweed Soup

Came with the order, not the greatest, but since it came with the order … ok.

Also order a fried potato thingy.

Spiral Cut Potato Thingy

Spiral Cut Potato Thingy

Cross between a chip and french fry. Not sure if this was Korean, Good though.

Part 2 tomorrow.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Potato Pancakes

Sometimes, I like to see what’s on the clearance shelf at our local supermarket. Kind of like going to a garage sale. You never know. This past weekend, I bought one of these from the clearance shelf.

Potato Pancake Mix

Just to try. One summer, many many many moons ago (I was still in middle school), I took a summer cooking course. One of the dishes we made was potato pancakes. I liked it.

When I opened the package of pancake mix, it was all powder (I dunno what I was expecting, maybe dehydrated potato bits?). Hmm, no worries, easy fix, I grated a potato from the pantry, soaked in cold water, and added it to the mix.

Grated Potato

Making the mix couldn’t be easier. Beat on egg, add one cup of cold water, add mix (at this point, I also added the grated potato).

After that, just pan-fried them.

Potato Pancakes

I think mine were a little bigger than intended, local style. Not bad though, the fresh grated potato definitely added texture. Even The Cat liked it.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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