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- (noodle) attic: informal terms for a human head
- Noodles is a Japanese alternative rock band currently consisting of Yoko (vocals/guitar), Ayumi (drums) and Ikuno (bass). The band is originally from Yokohama, where they performed their first show.
- Improvise or play casually on a musical instrument
- (noodle) a ribbonlike strip of pasta
- English navigator who claimed the east coast of Australia for Britain and discovered several Pacific islands (1728-1779)
- Heat food and cause it to thicken and reduce in volume
- someone who cooks food
- prepare a hot meal; "My husband doesn't cook"
- Prepare (food, a dish, or a meal) by combining and heating the ingredients in various ways
- (of food) Be heated so that the condition required for eating is reached
Donkey meat + handmade noodle.
(donkey meat is the dark color meat on a separate plate shown in the upper part of the picture.)
Donkey meat doesn’t taste like chicken, it’s actually much better. We started with half a kilo of meat and before the noodle is ready, we have consumed 1 kilogram.
I began to get impatient as we have waited 20 minutes and the noodle was still not ready. How complicated can that be? So I poked my head into the kitchen and found that the chef was working on the dough.
It was at that time I realized I had been indulged by the modern way of living where noodle comes pre-cut and packaged. When we ordered noodle in this little restaurant in Dunhuang (??, province of Gansu), a major stop along the ancient Silkroad, the chef didn’t pull out a package of ready-to-cook noodle. He began with flour.
I stood there to watch the second and last part of the noodle-making trilogy: stretching the dough into thin strings of noodle, and dropping them into boiling broth.
Examining the final product, I was amazed to find that each string of noodle has the same width as if they are cut by machine or metal. Noodle making is indeed an art, and I got to appreciate it more by watching how it is done, by hand.
The whole meal cost 31 Chinese Yuan (~ USD 3.88) which includes 1 kilogram of donkey meat, 2 plates of noodle, 2 bottles of local beer that taste more like water than beer.
Chicken noodle bowl, sans egg
1. Cook noodles (Udong noodles from Chinese grocery)
2. Stir-fry pea pods, garlic, ginger, and hot pepper (from garden) in a little sesame oil
3. Add cilantro and squirt of lime juice, and let cook for just a minute, then
4. Add broth (this is store-bought, canned... all out of homemade)
5. Heat until broth is hot, then add noodles to bowl and spoon soup over noodles.
SO GOOD it almost makes me want to cry. That combo of cilantro, lime and chicken broth is amazing. Ok, I should give a little credit also to the ginger and garlic. The hot pepper didn't add much to the broth but certainly made itself known when I bit into it!
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