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Kneading and rolling the dough, cutting it by hand, then carefully cooking and serving the delicate buckwheat noodles it's a long, laborious job to prepare a meal that can take mere minutes to consume. Ask Eisuke Muto, who packed in his life as a
Wonders of wonders in Poland! A church that worships an invisible flying spaghetti monster can now apply to be registered as an official religion in Poland, after a 2013 court ruling was overturned on Tuesday, The Independent reported.
When the cook at Ivan Ramen Slurp Shop slid a large, steaming bowl of ramen in front of me, my eyes pored over the rubber band strands of rye noodles. Roasted tomatoes, hard boiled egg, and ribboned chashu pork floated on pools of fat in the broth...
Huffingtonpost.com has come out with the following list of unhealthy dishes in the world: * Jalebi, India: Jalebi is a deep-fried dough that is soaked in a sugary syrup. This plain fried dough is unhealthy on its own. * Calzone, Italy: A traditional
Cellophane noodles made with sweet potato, with stir-fry beef...Photograph: Richard Jung/Getty Images My Korean friend Sohye introduced me to japchae, a salty-sweet stir fry that is a national speciality...You can find them in Asian supermarkets,
Larry and Shelly Pearson's irresistible bakery -- which is run by daughter Cara these days -- is home to everything from Snickerdoodles to Cahootzes (white chocolate and macadamia nuts) and Almond Joes (all the flavors of the candy bar by a similar
In the world of search, there's Google 67% market share and there's everyone else...Due to the Mountain View behemoth's undisputed search dominance, conventional wisdom suggests that anything you could want online you can find via Google . John
We love their boxed cookies and are more than happy to support them each and every year. But these big Homemade Girl Scout Samoas cookies are truly decadent and my family devoured them instantly. Read more: sweetbakedlife.com Small-batch, 45-minute
A restaurant named Red Bang Bang sounds kind of cool and clubby, and its sleek red and white interior stands out from other Chinese restaurants in town. But I was brought up short when I saw the very prosaic sign: "$1 a scoop." Yes, that's the drill
Tracking down tiny, one-counter restaurants in Tokyo's narrow backstreets can often feel like the proverbial haystack needle-search. No such problem finding Kagari, even though it's hidden away down a tiny unmarked alley...That's only to be expected: