Ode to Ramen

10 Nov

Due to certain tooth-related circumstances, I thought it might be appropriate to bring out this poem, written some time ago, in honor of the nourishing and soothing powers of Ramen noodles.

Bon appetit!

Ramen, oh Ramen- I cannot just sip
I gobble you up by the pound, just oodles
Your sodium-rich broth is just the thing ere the snot from my nose doth drip
Never was there a better soup of noodles

Chicken, Shrimp, or Beef
It is all quite tasty
No matter the flavor
Spruce it up with a bok choy leaf
Five minutes makes the preparation quite hasty
And when it’s all made, one can share with one’s neighbor

And because I love them so much, I wanted to share with you some recipes that let you take the Ramen experience to a whole other level:

Pepper Curry Ramen
Spam Doodles (a great compliment to my SPAM recipes in a previous article)
Batter Fried Ramen

You can find these recipes and more at The Official Ramen Homepage and ramenlicious.com


2 Responses to “Ode to Ramen”

  1. Catherine November 21, 2010 at 10:33 pm #

    Hmmmm I love Ramen Noodles. I like Oriental flavor. When I was in middle/high school, we didn’t even cook it! We ate it cold with the flavoring sprinkled on top. We thought it was delicious. So funny looking back!

    • Beata Noelle November 22, 2010 at 4:30 pm #

      I only just learned that trick this year! You empty the spice packet into the package of dry noodles, then crack them up and shake them. Tastes like chips.

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