August 18, 2010

Where To Get It: 99 Ranch Market

So this place is really nice – they have a wide variety of pretty much everything.

99 Ranch Market

Seattle (Edmonds) store
22511 Highway 99, Edmonds,WA 98026
425-670-1899

So let’s get down to business. Here’s a nice long aisle of instant ramen noodles! Many countries are represented here: China, Japan, the Philippines, Korea, Vietnam, Indonesia and others. I have found this to be a great place to get my ramen rating activities back on track.more

Another nice item they have is a broad selection of rice, unfortunately, no basmati although you really wouldn’t expect to find it here…

We find this to be pretty nasty – no we haven’t tried it either! But I figure if they’re selling it, someone’s gotta be buying it!

Look at that mountain of Mi Goreng! Ah hah hah! I think this is awesome.

This was right next to the boxes of Mi Goreng – this is mostly 5 packs of Korean ramen like Nongshim Shin Ramyun and Paldo products.

I love this place; I love walking here and getting ramen and walking home triumphant and very sweaty this summer. Indeed there are many varieties still to  sample! I can’t stress enough  that checking this place out is a must.

Products cooked according to package instructions. Product reviews done prior to adding any additional ingredients.

2 thoughts on “Where To Get It: 99 Ranch Market

  1. Brian Waterman

    Cooked pork blood is a key ingredient in Vietnamese Bun Bo Hue, a soup similar to pho. It has a rich flavor, and only tastes like blood if you let it sit in your mouth for awhile. When I first tried it, I had no idea it was blood. Pho 36 in Lynnwood (196th & 36th) is probably the best one in the area for Bun Bo Hue.

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