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post #16 of 180
I make my own DIY Noodle-FI. I get the noodles from a local oriental food store. For the base, I use some beef stock, a little shoyu, one drop of sesame oil, and some Shichimi Togarashi.

To the boiling stock go the noodles, thinly sliced beef, bok choy, and mushrooms.

Mmmmmmm.....
post #17 of 180
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Originally Posted by SoFlaChris View Post
I make my own DIY Noodle-FI. I get the noodles from a local oriental food store. For the base, I use some beef stock, a little shoyu, one drop of sesame oil, and some Shichimi Togarashi.

To the boiling stock go the noodles, thinly sliced beef, bok choy, and mushrooms.

Mmmmmmm.....
awwwww, man. I love bok choy. I forgot all about it! My wife's put that in our ramen before, as well.

Nylan
post #18 of 180
Yeah dude... Bok choy is the shiznat!
post #19 of 180
Ramen?
I have no idea what you talk about.
post #20 of 180
I guess Ramen gets a guy through college these days. For me it was peanut butter and saltines washed down with tap water.
post #21 of 180
Ramen noodles were standard fare on weekend rock climbing trips.

Gotta love the aftertaste and breath :-/
post #22 of 180
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Originally Posted by krmathis View Post
Ramen?
I have no idea what you talk about.
Ramen noodles are great with ludefisk
post #23 of 180
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Originally Posted by SoFlaChris View Post
Ramen noodles are great with ludefisk
Aha, so ramen is some kind of noodles. Thanks for clarifying.
Cause I have seen it mentioned multiple times around here, and had no clue what it is.

You can have the lutefisk. Cause I certainly wont touch it.
post #24 of 180
Yes, ramen is a noodle dish. It is wildly cheap with a cult-like following. Read more here.

Excerpt from the "Pastafarian Prayer":

"... For thine is the garlic
And the onion and the bay leaves
For ever and ever.
Ramen."
post #25 of 180
Anyone tasted the mama pad thai? I've enjoyed their pork flavor a lot and have bought around 7 boxes of them. Bought a shrimp flavored box also which I threw away as it tasted foul. I've seen great reviews of the pad thai one though!

My next box is either mama pad thai on shin ramyun, I have to do the trip though so I wouldn't be surprised if I bought both lol!
post #26 of 180
Mama pad thai isn't bad. I do agree about the shrimp. Tasted like doodie.
post #27 of 180
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Originally Posted by d-cee View Post
Shin Ramyun Hot & Spicy!
Completely agree with this, I ate this pretty much every day for lunch in high school (the corner store sold it and had cups as well as a kettle) and now I usually end up buying it in those 20 pack cases.

Samyang is also good. I love spicy food...

Usually 1 egg and scallions, maybe other random things in the fridge.
post #28 of 180
Love ramen, although I don't eat much of the instant stuff these days as I go to my local ramen shop to get some with side order of gyoza and kim chee. The instant ramens that I do eat once in a while as a late night snack at home would be:



or

Nissin Menno Tatsujin Miso Noodle



There's even a ramen museum in Japan:

Shin-Yokohama Ramen Museum - bento.com
post #29 of 180
Wu-Mu Taiwan wheat noodles, mmm real animal lard


I drain the water after cooking ^_^
post #30 of 180
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Originally Posted by warubozu View Post
I go to my local ramen shop to get some with side order of gyoza and kim chee.
Dude... You're killing me! A LOCAL ramen shop? The closest one to me is 1300 miles to the north in NYC!
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