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Turkey meal from Chinese restaurant downtown.

Turkey

Well cooked, moist and tender.

Green Beans

Sauteed, no cassarole. Nice.

Ham and Roast Pork

Very nice, The Mouse can make ham sandwiches. The Cat appreciated the roast pork (she’s okay with turkey, but roast pork is better).

Mochi Rice

No mashed potatoes, that’s okay, doctor told The Cat to avoid mashed potatoes.

Stuffing

Traditional. ๐Ÿ™‚

Pumpkin Custard Tarts

Pumpkin pie, Chinese version. Hee hee.

All in all, a good meal. ๐Ÿ™‚

Leftovers for a couple of days. ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚

Stay safe and well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse was in the mood for “bold” tastes last night.

Cucumber Kimchi

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Mango Chutney

The food was almost an afterthought, hee hee.

Roast Turkey Plate Lunch

Got to the grocery store a little late, turkey was down to “scraping the pan”, a little “over warmed”, lucky The Mouse had the condiments. Yum.

Drink included with meal. Normally, The Mouse would choose a caffeinated diet soda, but being dinner, VERY little caffeine for The Mouse.

Water, with a Splash of Iced Tea with Kalamansi Lime

Purified water, with a splash of raspberry iced tea, Kalamansi lime.

Enough of the turkey plate for The Mouse to take a bento for today’s lunch. ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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The Mouse had turkey.

For lunch.

Turkey Plate Lunch

The local grocery store. Mashed potatoes and cranberry underneath the turkey. Yum!

Dessert.

Okinawan Sweet Potato and Haupia Pie

Almost pumpkin pie, local style. Hee hee.

For dinner. Ruby Tuesday. No mess, no fuss. (Thumbs up!)

More turkey for The Mouse.

Turkey Plate

Nom.

For The Cat, since Thanksgiving and turkey is not her holiday …

Blackened Tilapia Plate

Starts with a “T”. Hee hee.

For dessert.

Mudd Pie

For The Cat (no surprise here).

Pumpkin Pie

For The Mouse.

Hope your turkey day (if you celebrate) was a good one.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Gobble Gobble?

The Mouse had a good day off yesterday (hope y’all had a good one too, if you had one). Dinner with the cuzs and auntie.

Usually, The Mouse would’ve eaten “light” throughout the day to lead up to “turkey” with the cuzs, but around mid-morning, The Mouse felt “a disturbance in the force”, and went out for lunch.

Ruby Tuesday.

Salad Bar

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Strawberry Lemonade

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Turkey Plate

Mashed potato (with lumps, a good thing), turkey (both light and dark, enough for leftover sandwiches), green beans, bread dressing.

The Mouse figured if he was wrong and there was turkey for dinner, not a bad thing. ๐Ÿ™‚

Originally, The Mouse was tasked to bring a pie as the contribution to dinner. Last minute change up and the cuzsย were given a pie. No need to bring one.

Hmm, what to do.

The Mouse broke down a fresh pineapple.

Pineapple

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Peeled

Ready to be quartered and cored.

So, for dinner, the cuzs couldn’t find the right brand of turkey, so planย b.

Baked Ham

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Mac ‘n Cheese

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Sweet Potato

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Green Beans

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Baked Pineapple

Not The Mouse’s, the cuz’s. I guess great minds … Hee hee. At least they’ll have fruit for breakfast.

The Mouse’s Plate

Nom!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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“If it ain’t broke …”

The Mouse’s favorite meat – pork, but you probably already knew that. Another favorite, although very distant, turkey.

Yesterday’s feature at the snack shop, turkey.

Chili with Hotdog, Roast Turkey

The chili was very good. The turkey, not so much. Turkey was cooked well, but the gravy (supposedly a new chef) was “salsa-like”, kinda tomatoe-y, green pepper-y? Uhm, no. For The Mouse, turkey is giblet gravy. Sigh.

Luckily, the grocery store also featured gravy yesterday.

Roast Turkey with Proper Turkey Gravy

Yes!

In the end, the day redeemed itself. ๐Ÿ™‚

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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