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Five bucks, only available Mondays and Tuesdays this month (from Big City Diner).

Snow Krabby Cake Sandwich

Sriracha aioli and sweet chili slaw on a grilled potato bun. The Mouse is not sure if the “Krab Cake” was real crab or faux, the spelling kinda gives a clue, but the taste and mostly the crunch was satisfying. The cost was cheap enough, and honestly, better than fast food fish sandwiches (the sweet chili slaw is kinda addictive), so The Mouse is good with it. May even go back for another. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Just a tiny bit, it wasn’t for the whole day, just one sandwich (that’s The Mouse’s story and he is sticking with it). 🙂

Yesterday was bread/sandwich day, not intentional, just turned out that way.

Breakfast:

French Toast

From the grocery store, The Mouse added jam on one, and peanut butter and honey on the other.

Not weird yet, yeah?

Dinner:

Chicken Katsu Sandwich

Still not weird, right? Hee hee.

The narrative is a little out-of-order because lunch could be considered kinda “weird”, although The Mouse didn’t really think so but …

SPAM and Kamaboko Sandwich

Ta-da! Mentioned in previous post that there was leftover SPAM and kamaboko. The Mouse didn’t want to make another bowl of saimin. He could’ve made fried rice but a sandwich is funnier. Not too weird eh? Heh heh. 😉

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse was MIA yesterday, helping The Cat on a rush order. While not entirely on the scale of Rogue One …

Sunday lunch eats, after a somewhat “difficult” errand, Taiwanese style tea shop, The Cat wanted something soupy.

Braised Minced Pork Rice Noodle Soup
Braised Minced Pork on Rice

To The Mouse, the pork was kinda like if Zippy’s chili was dry without beans or mapo tofu without the tofu, also dry. Not bad.

Fried Dumplings

Very good, except The Cat had to limit since the filling contained chives (not digestible). The Mouse liked.

Taiwan Omelette with Dried Pork

Best dish of the day. Crepe, scrambled egg, dried pork floss, cucumber. The Mouse tried this once before as take-out. Eat-in was much better.

The Mouse is looking for his own droid for the next time. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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After purchasing The Cat’s coffee and cocoa beans (see previous post), time for lunch. The Mouse was not expecting too much since the area is tourist oriented. Picked a spot, Stonefish Grill.

The Cat ordered “soup and salad”.

Seafood Chowder

Fresh seafood, potatoes, celery, and house seasoning in a thick sherry cream based soup. The soup was not hot to The Cat’s standard. Explanation was that since we were seated and ordered at opening, the soup didn’t have enough time to heat. Wha? The Mouse thinks soup should be ready at opening. Oh well, maybe someone in the kitchen forgot. Sigh. The Cat said taste was good.

Crab Cake Salad

House baby greens mix, mango salsa, avocado lime aioli. Lotsa bell peppers and onions which were pushed aside for The Mouse. Colorful tho’.

The Mouse ordered the Stonefish fish sandwich, which on that day was broadbill swordfish (shutome).

Fish Sandwich

Local catch grilled, served on baby greens & toasted bun with tater sauce. Not bad, fish could have been a little larger (at least to fit bread length), swordfish would not have been The Mouse’s first choice but “fresh catch” is a dice throw. Fries were excellent.

Even with the missteps lunch was enjoyable. Road trip and The Cat’s beans probably helped. Hee hee.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s lunch.

Pork Chop

The Mouse posted about this dish before. The Cat seems to order this dish (from the Irish pub) quite often.

What The Mouse did with the leftover.

Pork Sandwich

Thinly sliced the chop (a quick trip to the toaster, just to warm), yellow mustard (underneath the pork), cranberry apple chutney.

Jar

Mmm. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

p.s. The Mouse got his first of two vaccines against the thing that cannot be named, slightly out of it. Ugh.

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