Sigh, you kids... if you're going to get into competitive eating, you really need to learn to pace yourselves....I fought my guts to eat a chimichanga the size of my foot. I won. But I also lost, because I spent the rest or the day in pain. XD
I have never tried this. How do you make the noodles?Home made ramen?
I had meant about making your own ramen noodles. Although I have sometimes wondered about homemade noodles, it does seem more practical just to purchase them.Worth it. That chimichanga gave me the stank eye.
You put them in a pot of boiling water.
Home made ramen for me is about numerous types of freshly cut vegetables, well cooked meat, and a savory broth crafted carefully. I have made pasta at home several times, and it's just not worth the effort in my mind. Purchased stuff (including udon, in this case) tastes just as well.
Those sound repulsive.Also, the strange Japanese soy-pickled eggs.
Those are delicious! In fact, just the other day I was thinking about a "pizza burger" which is a cheeseburger with mozzarella cheese, pepperoni and tomato sauce. Oh, and Italian seasoning, of course.Italian sandwiches?
You're still a lot better than me. I'm a terrible cook. Not like "Worst Cooks in America" bad, since I understand most of the terminology and I can read a recipe, but my execution tends to be seriously flawed.I know. It was a joke. I've made pasta by hand several times, and it never tasted near as good as the boxed stuff. Granted, I'm a scrub who barely knows what he's doing, but still. It's not worth it for me. XD
What's stopping you? I'd give it a try!
And I would eat that sammich. Twice. <3 Sounds delicious. I've been wanting to make a Bacon Cake out of cheeseburger cake, frosted with a blend of cheddar and cream cheese, then wrapped in bacon and tossed under a broiler.
I didn't even know this was possible. How?Home made pop tarts?
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