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Pasta and Veggies

Sunday dinner. The Mouse a little too sore to cook. Pasta up the street.

The Cat’s Vegetable Gnocchi

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The Mouse’s Vegetable Penne Pasta

With extras sauce and garlic bread. Nom.

Little less than half of The Mouse’s dish and about half of The Cat’s dish went home for The Cat’s bento. A little frozen spinach, and a tin of sardines, and The Cat had lunch. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Vegetarian Bento

Not much happened yesterday food-wise. A few things happened non-food-wise. Tell you about it later. Let’s just say The Mouse will soon be transitioning jobs … again.

Picked up a bento on the way home.

Bento

A little quick soup for The Cat, The Mouse and The Cat shared the bento. 🙂

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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Rice and Rain

The Mouse got caught in one of SPAM Land’s freaky storms last night. The Cat was home slightly incapacitated. The Cat said light. Tacoria and Korean nearest take-out joints.

Sign

Almost closing, ordered what The Cat likes.

Rice, Beans, Vegetables

Have to go back and check out the place, earlier and under better weather conditions.

Not quite enough for The Mouse, also grabbed.

Bi Bim Bap

The drive home was … interesting. Wet, thunder, lighting.

Looks kinda clearer today. We’ll see.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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Fuzzy Pictures

Jus’ pics. Food not made by The Mouse.

Hand Roll Sushi

The Mouse thinks brown rice, tuna, and some other ingredients The Mouse couldn’t identify. Korean roasted seaweed instead of Japanese sheets. Nom.

Cabbage Soup

With Chinese long squash and hearts of palm. All vegetarian, good, but missing a bit of fat/oil. Maybe a slice of bacon or two? Hee hee.

That’s it for now, a little sparse on content, sorry, life got in the way.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

 

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Kin Wah Chop Suey, our favorite chop suey palace. Maybe one of the first 外国人 (foreigner, non-Chinese) The Cat met after landing on SPAM Land is visiting. Luckily, Kin Wah is one of his favorite too.

Hot Sour Soup

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Choi Sum

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Steamed Won Ton with Ginger and Green Onion

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Steamed Fish Filet

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Stuffed Tofu

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Scrambled Eggs

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Steamed Buns

Nom.

Enjoy. Eat well.

The Mouse

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