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The Cat and The Mouse picked up from Costco over the weekend.

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Nutrition seems to be intact.

The Mouse is used to sardines with skin and bones, this will be interesting, part ii soon. Nutrition seems to be intact.

Skin/no skin, bones/no bones, have an opinion?

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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A suggestion from https://yummylummy.com/.

Bottle

Adding Worcestershire sauce to the soup, one of the ingredients is anchovies. Yay!

Added less than a teaspoon to the mix.

Tomato Soup with Sardines, Part II

The Worcestershire sauce did add more flavor. Mmm. Much thanks brother G!

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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Not much going on, in the kitchen anyway. Not spring cleaning, summer cleaning? Pantry diving.

The Cat’s Bowl

Normal stuff. Noodles, mirin, seaweed, sea salt, white stem cabbage, fried tofu, edamame, black-eyed peas.

The Mouse’s Mess

Frozen vegetables, sardines, those Korean puffed grain thingies, you know, edible styrofoam? Actually, The Mouse is acquiring the taste for them. What’s next? K-drama? Don’t think so. Hee hee.

Dessert

Peanut butter and mixed berry preserves (from Picnics from the Vine). To counteract “fishy” breath. 🙂

The Cat has a client lunch today. Maybe more exciting pictures to come?

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Costco run over the weekend.

Avocado Oil Kalamata Olive Oil Boneless and Skinless Sardines Coconut Cookies

Avocado Oil
Kalamata Olive Oil
Boneless and Skinless Sardines
Coconut Cookies

“Brunch” at Ruby Tuesday

Mud Pie Crab Cake Salad Bar Vegetable Trio

Mud Pie
Crab Cake
Salad Bar
Vegetable Trio

Mud pie. The reason we go. For some reason nine times out of ten, we order the same dishes. Oh well.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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including the kitchen sink … almost.

I’ve been looking for restaurants that serve noodles lately. Came across a pasta restaurant that does “Japanese influenced” pasta dishes. One in particular caught my attention, bacon and natto (fermented soy beans) pasta. Ohh! Two of my favorite foods, in one dish.

So for lunch today, I kinda went overboard.

Natto Pasta

Natto Pasta

Vermicelli

Natto

Bacon

and then I added …

Sardines

Shiso leaves (green)

Shiso furikake (red)

Romaine lettuce

and Sumac

(salt and pepper to taste of course)

Mix everything up and scarf.

I don’t consider it fusion cooking, more like bachelor cooking (throwing whatever together and hope for the best). Best eaten when The Cat is not home =^..^=. This was very very good. A definite do again. Both socks off. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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