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2019-03-09 05:42:24 PM  
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If you ever get to visit Taipei, you must make this place a mandatory visit.  Get there early, and expect a line, but it's worth it.

The beef noodles were incredibly complex and heavy on the heat.

The pork intestines were funky, but once you got past the aroma they were very yummy.
 
2019-03-09 05:46:02 PM  
But what if I only have 19 noodles around to use?
 
2019-03-09 05:57:55 PM  
Then you're not doing ramen right.
 
2019-03-09 07:37:20 PM  
I have one of those pasta makers. With the crank...
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I like it...it makes great noodles...like really good noodles and ravioli. I even have a ravioli 'form' that I won...but frankly...it's just as easy to do a fold over cut and crimp method.
And you get to use different flour mixes...Semolina mix for most pasta, and rice flour for asian dumplings and ramen and some Indian Samosas.
When using the crank pasta maker...I clamp it to an ironing board and use news paper to protect the ironing board from the flour etc. It really gives you a nice work surface...then dry the noodles on a broom stick handle propped between to chairs. (use some plastic wrap on the handle)

however....as I've gotten older and my back has gotten older too...turning that damn crank is a PITA.
 
2019-03-09 07:44:09 PM  
FTFA:

"Consider this soup the answer to that dread you feel on Sunday evenings as you prepare for another week. This bright, spicy Cuban shrimp and noodle soup will give you the burst of energy you need."

I used to love spicy food, but it definitely doesn't love me anymore. If I ate something spicy on a Sunday evening I'd be late for work on Monday morning.
 
2019-03-09 08:37:26 PM  
All 20 look great.  Right now I like the minestrone best. Ask me tomorrow and I would have a different answer.
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Last night I made a gallon of stock from chicken carcass parts I've been saving in the freezer. With about $5 of vegetables, beans, and noodles I can make minestrone.
 
2019-03-09 08:51:59 PM  
I think I'm going to try those instant noodle bowls. I've been a Kenji fan for awhile but somehow I must've missed that article the first time it came around. Seems like a great way to prepare lunches for the week.
 
2019-03-09 09:07:53 PM  

jaytkay: All 20 look great.  Right now I like the minestrone best. Ask me tomorrow and I would have a different answer.
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Last night I made a gallon of stock from chicken carcass parts I've been saving in the freezer. With about $5 of vegetables, beans, and noodles I can make minestrone.


10 CC - Life Is A Minestrone
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2019-03-09 09:26:00 PM  

casual disregard: I used to love spicy food, but it definitely doesn't love me anymore. If I ate something spicy on a Sunday evening I'd be late for work on Monday morning.


That happened to dad, I'm hoping it doesn't happen to me.  To me a dish without at least a Jalapeno is just bland.
 
2019-03-09 09:38:21 PM  
Subby must have never had a bowl of real Japanese ramen.

Upon having a bowl, my life was forever changed. No instant ramen would do. No Asian restaurant in the vast majority of the US would ever be able to do the broth or the fresh noodles justice. While searching, any restaurant that used a substandard broth and instant noodles made my soul weep. I am currently planning another pilgrimage to Japan because I MUST have another bowl of that perfect food.

/Cue overly dramatic quest music and montages of me gazing longly into a sunset.
 
2019-03-09 09:59:36 PM  

Snaptastic: Subby must have never had a bowl of real Japanese ramen.

Upon having a bowl, my life was forever changed. No instant ramen would do. No Asian restaurant in the vast majority of the US would ever be able to do the broth or the fresh noodles justice. While searching, any restaurant that used a substandard broth and instant noodles made my soul weep. I am currently planning another pilgrimage to Japan because I MUST have another bowl of that perfect food.

/Cue overly dramatic quest music and montages of me gazing longly into a sunset.


There's a place here in the Dallas area (Frisco to be exact) that is owned by a Japanese family, and their Tonkotsu broth is every bit as authentic as what I had in Japan.

http://www.ramenhakata.com/

And now I'm hungry for a bowl.
 
2019-03-09 10:05:06 PM  
Sign me up for the spicy Cuban shrimp noodle.  I'm going to have to try that.
 
2019-03-09 10:39:12 PM  
The Spicy Cuban Shrimp and Taiwanese Beef Noodle Soup look delicious. Bookmarked those and will try them.
 
2019-03-09 11:58:00 PM  

markie_farkie: Snaptastic: Subby must have never had a bowl of real Japanese ramen.

Upon having a bowl, my life was forever changed. No instant ramen would do. No Asian restaurant in the vast majority of the US would ever be able to do the broth or the fresh noodles justice. While searching, any restaurant that used a substandard broth and instant noodles made my soul weep. I am currently planning another pilgrimage to Japan because I MUST have another bowl of that perfect food.

/Cue overly dramatic quest music and montages of me gazing longly into a sunset.

There's a place here in the Dallas area (Frisco to be exact) that is owned by a Japanese family, and their Tonkotsu broth is every bit as authentic as what I had in Japan.

http://www.ramenhakata.com/

And now I'm hungry for a bowl.


I live about 10-15 minutes from great Tonkotsu, kinda nice
 
2019-03-10 12:39:34 AM  

casual disregard: FTFA:

"Consider this soup the answer to that dread you feel on Sunday evenings as you prepare for another week. This bright, spicy Cuban shrimp and noodle soup will give you the burst of energy you need."

I used to love spicy food, but it definitely doesn't love me anymore. If I ate something spicy on a Sunday evening I'd be late for work on Monday morning.


Per doctors orders, I get spicy food once a week max (reflux). Other than that, I'm full right now but alot of those sound really tasty.
 
2019-03-10 10:31:13 AM  

jaytkay: All 20 look great.  Right now I like the minestrone best. Ask me tomorrow and I would have a different answer.


North Beach poets and beatniks favorite (best with San Francisco sour bread):

Mike's Poolhall Minestrone (North Beach SF)
(Restaurant recipe adapted  for home use. Still makes a lot of soup!)

Ingredients: 
3 ounces barley 
5 ounces split peas 
5 ounces dried lima beans 
5 ounces dried red beans 
6 celery stalks, chopped 
6 chard leaves, chopped 
1/4 small head of cabbage, shredded 
1 leek (white and light green parts only), well washed and chopped 
5 ounces salt pork, chopped fine 
1 onion, chopped 
1 garlic clove, minced 
2 cups solid-pack tomatoes 
1 cup tomato puree 
2 tablespoons salt, or to taste 
1 teaspoon pepper, or to taste 
2 tablespoons dried basil 
Assortment of squash, eggplant and spinach, Swiss chard, sliced 
3 ounces dried macaroni 
Freshly grated Parmesan 
Instructions: 
Rinse barley and peas. Boil in 2 quarts of water for 1 hour. Rinse lima beans. Boil in 1 quart of water for 1 hour; mash. Rinse red beans. Boil in 6 cups of water for 1 hour and 15 minutes; drain and reserve. To barley and split pea mixture, add celery and chard, cabbage, leek and 1 quart water. Bring to a boil, then reduce heat to low.
Meanwhile, saute salt pork with onion and garlic until lightly browned. Add tomatoes and tomato puree. Cook for a few minutes, then add to barley and split pea mixture. Add mashed lima beans, salt, pepper and basil. Cook for 1/2 hour. Add squash, eggplant and spinach. Cook for 1/2 hour. Cook macaroni 10 minutes in 6 cups of water; drain.
When soup is ready to serve, add cooked red beans and macaroni; heat through. Serve with a generous sprinkling of grated cheese.
 
2019-03-10 12:10:11 PM  
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