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November 2012


Video: How real homemade noodles are made

I have always been a fan of Anthony Bourdain’s show: No Reservation. I’ve been watching it ever since it’s first season and it’s a very interesting and fascinating show about all types of food from all different countries. Best part is, Bourdain also loves noodles as much as me! Whenever he eats his noodle soups …

Vh Noodle

VH Noodle House Review

3288 Pierce St
Richmond, CA 94804

VH Noodle House is a noodle restaurant that specializes in Teo Chew cuisine. Teo Chew cuisine originated from the city of Chaozhou (alternatively spelled Chiuchow or Teochew). Choazhou is a city located in the eastern province of China.
Teochew cuisine’s style and technique are heavily influenced by Cantonese …

Pad See Ew Recipe

Pad See Ew Recipe

Pad See Ew is another Chinese influenced stir fried noodle dish that is very common in Thailand. In Thailand, you would definitely either find Pad See Ew, Pad Kee Mao and/or Pad Thai in every restaurant. It’s considered a staple food in Thailand.
Pad See Ew’s literal translation is “Fried Soy Sauce”. So you can …


Nissin Top Ramen Inventor Dies

I stumbled upon this article today that the inventor of Top Ramen and Cup Noodles, Momofuku Ando, died in 1997. I never knew about it until today! It’s sad that he has passed but he seemed to have lived a full life. He was 96 when he died. In the article, it explains how Mr. …

Santa Ramen

Santa Ramen Review

Santa Ramen
1944 S El Camino Real
San Mateo, CA 94403

Santa Ramen has been around for a long time. They have a long history in San Mateo and it is probably the most well known ramen restaurant around this area, if not, the whole entire Bay Area. Santa Ramen has been around for …