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The Cat and The Mouse drive to town. Grocery store and bakery visit.

Shoyu Pork Plate Lunch

The Cat’s dinner (2 times) and bento, The Mouse’s dinner. part of four meals. 🙂

Good taste and tender. Grocery kitchen used shoulder instead of belly, less fat, probably cheaper too. Still good.

Next to the grocery store, a bakery run by former employees of a Japanese bakery that closed.

Flaky Roll and Bran Muffin

The Cat ate the roll, The Mouse had the muffin for breakfast today. Mmm.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat and The Mouse don’t mind leftovers. Yesterday eats.

Shoyu Pork, Toasting Bread Ends

The Mouse likes the bread ends the bakery cuts off and sells separately (cheap eats). Never know what’s in the package, could be whole wheat, white, etc. In the last purchase, it was toasting bread ends. Different from plain white bread, texture is finer. The Mouse wished he had French baguettes on hand, but the toasting bread was close enough.

The Mouse added dried green vegetable and cauliflower in the reheat. The shoyu pork sauce was good for dipping

Soup

Leftover oxtail soup. The Mouse added wakame, canned bamboo shoot, frozen mixed vegetables, instant ramen, and white stemmed cabbage in the reheat. 🙂

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Kinda a catch-all post.

The Mouse’s leftover breakfast.

Steamed Rice, Furikake, Smoked Salmon, Poke, Pickled Grapes

The Mouse didn’t have ume (hence the pickled grapes) nor capers. Other than that, mmm. 🙂

Fruit

Oranges and grapes, to balance the breakfast.

Lao-Thai Plate

The Cat had lunch with a business associate, he ordered the plate above, mild. Served too spicy, had to be sent back.

The Cat had better luck.

Caramelized Pork Bell

Braised pork belly with hard-boiled eggs, star anise, herbs and spices. The Mouse thinks Lao-Thai version of shoyu pork. Leftover for The Cat’s bento this week.

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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Okinawan restaurant, comfort food.

Japanese Eggplant with Shoyu Pork
Sliced Pork with Bitter Melon and Tofu

The restaurant makes a coffee gelatin, one of The Mouse’s favorites. And it is non-dairy, whoo! Whipped cream can be added on request.

Coffee Gelatin

Just the right amount of sweet mixed with coffee. 🙂

Be safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat had a craving. Errand nearby.

Noms!

Eggplant (nasubi) with shoyu pork, Bittermelon (goya) with pork. Mmm!

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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