"The cook usually cooks the mouse."
Translation:Coquus coquere murem solet.
Yes: the infinitive immediately preceding the verb it completes (coquere before solet ), and the direct object (mūrem )immediately preceding the verb phrase (coquere solet ) that governs it, seems like the most typical, normal, natural word order in Latin (to me).
I have to say, it strikes me as odd that the cook would bother to cook just one!!