posted on Feb, 26 2009 @ 11:41 PM
It got me to thinkin'.
It might be a nice little comfort food for when your all hunkered down.
And, being a chef for 20 years, I always need to reinvent.
Fisrt, I'll say, I've never used the whole flavor packet anyho, way to salty, and the MSG is off the charts.
Ramen and sun dried tomatoes.
Ramen with sliced beefed, venison, rabbit, squirrel, possum, etc. You name it, Yum!
If you're lucky enough to score an egg, ramen egg drop soup.
Ramen and wild asparagus, cattail shoots (Russian asparagus), or mustard greens.
Here in Wisconsin, farm fields are full of veggies the machinery didn't pick up, like corn, cabbage, peppers and soy beans. Wander into most any
field post harvest til spring, and you're bound to score.
Ramen and corn, cabbage, red peppers and some edamame? Dang I'm getting hungry!
Don't forget all those canned and freeze dried veggies, as well as any fish you may be lucky enough to catch, and you're living large.
I'd put it in my Thermos right now and go for a hike, if I had some ramen.
Think I'll be hitting Sam's Club in the morning!