Category Archives: Beef

#3659: Single Grain Spicy Beef Tripe Noodles – China

#3659: Single Grain Spicy Beef Tripe Noodles - China

I went to 99 Ranch Market looking for mung bean sprouts and found seven different varieties of these big cups! I love these things. I like to call them flower pots. Very curious about these – last time I found some was up in Canada. I miss Canada… But these have a ton of sachets – so if you’re a fan of lots of sachets, take a look at these style cups. Let’s check it out! ...see full post

#3649: Rap Snacks Icon Ramen Noodles Beef Prime Rib Flavor – United States

#3649: Rap Snacks Icon Ramen Noodles Beef Prime Rib Flavor - United States

I heard about these a while back and have been curious… These came by way of The Fat Hipster – big thanks, man! ...see full post

#3648: Mr. Lee’s Noodles Hong Kong Street-Style Beef – United States

#3648: Mr. Lee's Noodles Hong Kong Street-Style Beef - United States

I got the chance to try the range of Mr. Lee’s products when they were only available in the UK. Now, they also are making them here! This one’s got freeze dried beef and vegetables, plus it’s gluten free. Time to see if this one’s the same as what I’ve tried from the UK! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #3610: Vi Huong Beef Flavor Instant Noodles – Vietnam

Meet The Manufacturer: #3610: Vi Huong Beef Flavor Instant Noodles - Vietnam

Today, we come to the end of this Meet The Manufacturer series of Thien Huong products. I want to thank John and C&T Produce Wholesale for sending over the samples and participating in this, the first ever Vietnamese spotlight series. Now, let’s give this beef variety a try and wrap things up. ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #3604: Vi Huong Pho Bo Artificial Beef Flavor Rice Noodles – Vietnam

Meet The Manufacturer: #3604: Vi Huong Pho Bo Artificial Beef Flavor Rice Noodles - Vietnam

I thought it fitting to start things off with probably the variety most familiar to people – pho, and in particular, pho bo. There are a ton of pho restaurants nearby me – haven’t been in a while and as I type this in after reviewing this one, I’m thinking I need to visit one. It’s been too long! Unfortunately, no restaurants open at this point – luckily, I’ve got a series of Vietnamese varieties to review! Let’s check this one out! ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #3601: mi ABC Selera Pedas Spicy Beef Stir-Fry Noodles – Indonesia

Meet The Manufacturer: #3601: mi ABC Selera Pedas Spicy Beef Stir-Fry Noodles - Indonesia

This sounds really good – and spicy! It mentions using different amount of spice sachets to increase or decrease the heat. I’m hoping this is a real barn burner! Let’s find out. ...see full post

#3587: Baixiang Artificial Spicy Beef Flavor Instant Noodle – China

#3587: Baixiang Artificial Spicy Beef Flavor Instant Noodle - China

I first tried Baixiang noodles a few years ago when I found the little elephant’s brand up in Richmond, BC on one of our early visits before it became a regular thing to do. ...see full post

Meet The Manufacturer: #3575: Sau Tao Trolley Noodle Beef Soup Flavour – Hong Kong

Meet The Manufacturer: #3575: Sau Tao Trolley Noodle Beef Soup Flavour - Hong Kong

Tis time for beef on the trolley! I never found out anything really as per why these are called trolley noodles, but hopefully will at some point. Let’s give them a try. ...see full post

#3542: Boys & Girls Steam Noodle Spicy Beef Flavor – China

#3542: Boys & Girls Steam Noodle Spicy Beef Flavor - China

Here’s the second of the Boys & Girls varieties I’ve found up in Canada. The first was a tomato and egg one which was truly excellent. Let’s see is a spicy beef will follow suit. ...see full post

#3534: Nongshim Soo Air-Dried Noodles Beef Flavor With Seaweed – South Korea

Nongshim Korean Famous Ramen Variety Selection (농심 라면) (Soo, Seaweed Ramen, 4 Pack)

This one is the first I’m reviewing from a ship that Nongshim America was kind enough to send – thank you! I should mention that James from Lakeside California sent one of these – thanks everyone! So from the little word-cloud above the name Soo, I’m guessing perhaps that the word Soo means excellent? I looked it up and it can (as a family name) mean water or shore/riverbank. I’m going to guess water will be the logical one here since these are air-dried noodles and not fried. That has a nice little logic to it, at least in my head. Let’s give them a try. ...see full post