Category Archives: Other

#3424: Takamori Kosan Butter & Soy Sauce Spaghetti – Japan

#3424: Takamori Kosan Butter & Soy Sauce Spaghetti - Japan

Here’s one that was found in an Umai Crate. Umai Crate is a moonthly subscription box you can get from Japan – lots of cool stuff to try every month! Use coupon code THERAMENRATER for a discount! ...see full post

#3422: Maruchan QTTA Tomato Cheese Cream Ramen – Japan

#3422: Maruchan QTTA Tomato Cheese Cream Ramen - Japan

Found this on in a Zenpop box. Zenpop is a subscription service from Japan – use coupon code RAMENRATER for a discount! QTTA is pronouced ‘koo-tah’ and means ‘I’m full.’ Let’s see how filling this variety is! ...see full post

#3420: Shun Savory Dried Noodles – Hot & Sour – China

#3420: Shun Savory Dried Noodles - Hot & Sour - China

Well this is interesting. For some reason, the color on this one didn’t come out quite right when I took the picture. It’s a much deeper red and not really orange. Sometimes this happens so at the outset, just know that. These have been interesting so far – I’ve reviewed a couple of others. Let’s give it a try! ...see full post

#3415: טָעִים (Taim) Thai Noodles Chinese Seasoning – Israel

#3415: טָעִים (Taim) Thai Noodles Chinese Seasoning - Israel

Yesterday, today, and tomorrow, I’m going to be reviewing three varieties brought to me from Israel by my brother Moshe. I didn’t know I had a brother until I took an Ancestry DNA kit my wife got for me (I was kind of hoping I might be 1% Asian descent, but that was most certainly not the case). Well, I got to see him for the second time in person yesterday, and this visit, our mother came and visited with him as well – something we never had expected. He was adopted in 1955 and my sister and I didn’t know anything about it – so this is a big deal for us! ...see full post

#3413: Shin Horng Hon’s Dry Noodles Traditional Sichuan Chilli Flavor – Taiwan

#3413: Shin Horng Hon's Dry Noodles Traditional Sichuan Chilli Flavor - Taiwan

I’ve been admiring the packaging on these noodle for quite a while now and thought today must be the day to give them a try. I’ve sampled a very wide array of dry noodle varieties from the beautiful island that is Taiwan. However, none whose name kind of sound like my own! I’m in the mood for something spicy today – a Friday for me. I should mention that this is the second variety from Shin Horng I’ll be trying – the first ended up on the top ten Taiwanese list, 2020 edition. Let’s give them a try! ...see full post