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More of the dried turnip kimchi, The Mouse really likes.

The Mouse’s Lunch

The Mouse might pick up a container soon. Yay for employee discount.

The Mouse’s Dinner

Canned salmon with rapeseed flower greens. The greens are imported by the warehouse, pre-cooked and frozen. Convenient.

The Cat’s Dinner

Shredded pork soup with dried bamboo shoot, rapeseed flower greens, and wood ear fungus. With a touch of whiskey to finish. \ooo/

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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This week’s soup bones.

Pork Bones

Not sure which bones these are, not leg bones, not ribs, possibly neck. Not too much marrow. Cooked a shorter time than the feet, took out the bones and shredded the meat.

Soup Meat

The Mouse not decided what to do with the meat yet.

Bitter Melon

Farmers market. May go into the shredded pork meat soup, maybe not. Dunno.

Potato and Butterfish

Leftover banchan from The Mouse’s lunch, small piece of miso butterfish from the grocery store. Super easy, toaster oven 10 to 12 minutes.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Lunch.

Napa Cabbage and Sliced Ham

Par-boiled Napa Cabbage to soften, drained, no seasoning, wrapped ham with the cabbage, hand food, no utensils.

Desk dining.

Happy Friday!

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Squash and Chicken

Mid-week one-pot braise.

Squash

Dunno actual name, we call in Chinese squash, probably not real name.

Braised with a piece of leftover grilled chicken.

Braised Squash with Chicken

Simple. No recipe. Salt and pepper to taste. Oh yeah, a couple of drops of whiskey, just to keep all the ingredients “happy”. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Brussels Sprouts

More vegetables The Cat brought home. The Brussels sprouts had seen better days. Took a bit of cleaning to get them into decent edible shape.

Brussels Sprouts Prep

Olive oil (more than just a splash), a couple of drops of liquid smoke, salt.

“Double baked” (or toaster ovened). Hee hee.

First 20 minutes at 375 degrees. Then, as The Cat is commuting, another 15 minutes at 475 degrees.

Toaster Ovened Brussels Sprouts

The Cat prefers the crispy ones. The Mouse gotta get a heavy duty blow torch, no dainty creme brulee torch. Hee hee.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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