Here’s one that came in a Zenpop.jp box – use coupon code THERAMENRATER for a groovy discount!
These I’ve been going through slowly – I think this one came by way of James from Lakeside CA, but it may have come from Nissin Foods USA – either way, thank you! Last time I messed with a Stir Fry cup I took 4 of the Korean BBQ flavor ones, pulverized them into powder, cooked them in the microwave, and added them to a pie crust to make a savory Christmas pie. Yeah I know – that’s weird. Well, let’s try this one without trying to make a dessert out of it, as fun as that might be…
Well, I do believe we’ve reached the end of the Biang Biang line with this one. These have been pretty good! Thanks to the Charming Couple folks for sending them my way! Let’s try this soybean paste variety out.
Here’s a Vegan variety that was sent by James from Lakeside, CA – thanks again! So these are very thin dry noodles from Taiwan. Usually they’ve been hit or miss, but we shall see. The sick continues. At some point soon, we’ll know if we have the COVID or not. Let’s give these a try.
I’m getting near the 1500th episode of the show, so I thought maybe I’d release pretty much all of the intros and outros clips that I’ve done over the years. It’s a long video, but some neat stuff in there. Hope you enjoy it!
What an interesting thing! You might be surprised to know that while 7 Eleven stores started in the United States, they’re owned and headquartered in Japan now. 7 Select is a range you see over there quite a bit but here it seems to be a new thing. So, a convenient pasta cup. This sounds like fun. It promises to be the finest… Oh man I still feel like crap… I think we all have the ‘rona. This isn’t fun that’s for sure. But hey let’s check this out!
Here’s another sent by James from Lakeside, CA – thanks again! This one I haven’t tried – I’ve tried the same flavor but in their restaurant style straight noodle version. Let’s give the bowl version a try.
Found this one during my hunt for the pumpkin spice noodles of Fall 2021. Anyways, yeah these sound interesting. I tried the Orange Chicken variety and found them compelling. This one has a grip of peppers denoting that it’s spicy – guess we’ll see!