Posts Tagged ‘Sardines’

One of The Cat’s friends sent over toasted garlic.

Picture not the greatest, The Mouse took the picture while the garlic was still in plastic. Not sure if the friend made it herself or she bought it in bulk and repackaged it. No matter. Since The Cat’s digestion and garlic do not play well together, it’s up to The Mouse to test and eat.

The Mouse tried it on his semi-regular lunch.

Pasta, sardines, wakame, toasted garlic. The garlic added taste and texture. Pretty good. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse has been kinda/sorta jonesing for battered/fried fish (think fish and chips or fish fry). Didn’t happen yesterday, The Mouse got fish, just different preparations.

First, The Mouse needed to get a blood test. On the way home, did some grocery shopping. Picked up brunch from the bargain shelf. (The Mouse had to fast before the blood test).

Inari Sushi with Poke

Normally, The Mouse is hesitant from buying raw fish from the bargain shelf but the plate was just placed on the shelf (The Mouse watched the clerk stock the shelf), and the color of the fish still looked good. Lucky.

The Mouse also bought a buttermilk biscuit, but biscuit and gravy was not an option for The Mouse, no sausage on hand and that type of gravy is forbidden (dairy).

Biscuit and Sweet Potato

The Mouse threw something together from the pantry/freezer (no recipe).

Sardines and Spinach over Biscuit with Sweet Potato

Similar saltiness and mouth feel, a good substitute maybe even a little healthier. The Mouse was happy.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Old school. One of my father’s favorites, except he didn’t have the patience to cook the onions down, his was crispy.

The Mouse started with a red onion, ’cause it looked pretty.

Red Onion

Thinly sliced, low and slow in the pan with olive oil, turn heat to medium and add tin of sardines (with oil), smash and heat to incorporate. Salt and pepper to taste.

Sardines and Onions

Over steamed rice. Mmm. The Mouse supposes it would be good over pasta too, maybe even ramen. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Three ingredients or less. The Mouse’s eats yesterday


Tossed Egg Noodles

Noodles, olive oil, shoyu. Easy peasy.



Steamed rice, canned sardines (with skin and bones), dried parsley. Mmm.

K.I.S.(S.) 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Small-kid time.

One of The Mouse’s favorite dishes from the school cafeteria was beef and macaroni. Mmm.

Yesterday’s lunch was a riff on the classic.

Sardines and Macaroni

Instead of tomato sauce, Worcestershire sauce. Mmm.

Not the same but just as satisfying as beef and macaroni. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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