Posts Tagged ‘Soup’

Just a little cleaning.

Plate Lunch

Pork hash, dinner roll, sweet potato bake, coleslaw. The Mouse’s lunch.

Vegetable Soup

Asparagus, white stem cabbage, dried nori seaweed, ginger, salt, toasted sesame oil to finish. The Cat’s dinner.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Back to Basics

The Cat and The Mouse trying to get back to “normal” eats after the holidays. Olive Garden weekday soup and salad all you can eat special.

Minestrone Soup
Pasta e Fagioli Soup

Think a cross between minestrone and chili soup. Hearty.


At least lunch was healthy and calorie-conscious. Hee hee.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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The Cat and The Mouse try someplace “new”. Mangiamo by 604. Mainly Italian cuisine. Restaurant advertised an all-you-can-eat soup and salad special. The Mouse couldn’t find what soups were available but decided to go for it. Background, The Cat likes the soup and salad all-you-can-eat at Olive Garden.

The choices were Italian salad, Caesar salad, zuppa toscana, and tomato basil. Both soups contain dairy. Sigh.

The Mouse was mindset on soup and salad. Plan B. The Mouse ordered a burger.

604 Burger

Well made, the fries were bomb, the burger was above decent.

The Cat went with the all-you-can-eat soup and salad.

Salad, Soup

The Cat tried both soup selections (zuppa toscana, tomato basil), while both were good, she preferred the zuppa toscana.

Dessert was tiramisu, recommended by the server.


The Mouse liked (after taking lactase enzyme pills), The Cat was more meh.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Funn Noodles

The Cat’s favorite noodle type, funn noodles.


One of The Mouse’s favorite noodle brands, the other is Okuhara and S&S.

The Mouse threw together dried mushrooms, leftover choi summ, wood ear fungus, and wakame.


The Cat slurped. 🙂

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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Plan was to go back to “hole in the wall” for braised tendon on rice, or maybe braised pig feet, but they closed early, sold out. Sigh.

Original Plan

A newer place around the corner, a different menu, but similar (noodles, rice, etc.), no tendon, no pig feet.

Plan “B”

Prices are about a dollar or two (maybe three) higher.

Pork with Pickled Cabbage Glass Noodle Soup

Macaroni and Ham Soup with Eggs

The Mouse has made something similar before since he saw it on the internet, but wanted to try it in a restaurant. Kinda simple, The Mouse wished there was a little bit of vegetables, even frozen, give the bowl a little color. But for comfort, bowl was okay.

Be safe, eat good.

The Mouse

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