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Bits ‘n’ Pieces

The Cat’s lunch, Thanksgiving eve.

“Off the Rack Pork Chop”

“Topped with cranberry sauce, served with mixed vegetables, mashed potatoes, and gravy.” Looks like The Cat substituted rice for the mashed potatoes. She thinks better than turkey. 😉 Hee hee.

Banchan Lunch

The Mouse’s lunch. All vegetables, no rice. The Mouse was prepping his stomach for today. Hee hee.

Sweet Potatoes

The Mouse roasted. 🙂 The pic is pre-roasted. Can be eaten cold or warmed up. Easy snack.

Happy Thanksgiving, if you are so inclined.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse, reducing the number of containers in the refridge by three. 🙂

He started with a pita round.

Pita

Slightly toasted.

Added leftover baked beans and sweet potato (containers #1 and #2).

Layer #1

Added leftover kalua pork and smoked pork belly (container #3).

Layer #3

Into the toaster oven to heat.

A couple of dashes of chipotle sauce on the top to finish.

The Mouse said Mmm (he ate it), The Cat said Eww. Hee hee.

While The Mouse agrees with The Cat that the dish did not look pretty, the taste was awesome. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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As you might be able to tell, The Mouse likes leftovers, most of the time.

The Mouse’s lunch, from remnants.

Roasted Sweet Potato and Beef Stew

The sweet potato is a remnant from assembling The Cat’s bento, the stew is from The Cat’s dinner (from the Irish Pub nearby). The Mouse thinks there may be some beer in the recipe. 🙂

In any case, Mmm.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse made (assembled? a little of both).

Bento

Rice, roasted sweet potato, scrambled eggs. The sweet potato is from the grocery store, they do a much better roast than The Mouse could do. The scrambled eggs not quite Gordon Ramsay, the residual heat less runny than planned. No matter, still good. Practice, practice, practice. 🙂

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Cat’s bento today, a little change-up from the “norm”.

The Base

Gnocchi with Italian seasoned olive oil and dried parsley (not home made, from the grocery store), just boil and drain.

A quick ground pork and zucchini simmer with canned pasta sauce. Ragout?

The Top

With a side of baked sweet potato for variety.

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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