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  1. #1
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Shrimp Noodle Soup

    Hello All!

    Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.

    --


    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations:
    not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


  2. #2
    George Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On 2/10/2010 12:56 PM, James Silverton wrote:
    > Hello All!
    >
    > Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    > does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    > mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    > ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    > snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.
    >


    Like this?: (no instant ramen, "better living through chemistry" or
    similar stuff used)

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hot-and...up/Detail.aspx


  3. #3
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    In article <hkurvo$jbb$[email protected]>,
    "James Silverton" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Hello All!
    >
    > Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    > does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    > mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    > ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    > snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.
    >


    I've not actually made any from scratch, (shrimp noodle soup that is)
    but I'd use a home made shrimp stock for a start. I DO make shrimp
    stock fairly frequently for cooking shrimp flavored rice.

    I save all of my shrimp shells to make it.

    Check this series for making shrimp stock from shrimp shells. It comes
    out even better and richer if you buy head on shrimp and save the heads
    for stock making:

    <http://picasaweb.google.com/OMPOmelet/Paella#>

    You can slow cook the shells in a big pot with some added miripoix (I
    generally use onion, celery, garlic, ginger root and black pepper to
    taste) and pressure cook it to speed the process. Strain it all off well
    and discard the solids.

    I'd then cook my noodles _in_ the shrimp stock and add shrimp meat as
    desired with maybe a small amount of grated carrots and fine chopped
    greenery of my choice depending on my mood...

    Fresh Basil would go well with this.
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  4. #4
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    George wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:18:08 -0500:

    > On 2/10/2010 12:56 PM, James Silverton wrote:
    >> Hello All!
    >>
    >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle
    >> Soup that does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored
    >> noodles or flavoring mixes? A surprising number of recipes on
    >> the web rely on prepackaged ingredients. I'd prefer something
    >> hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I can't get
    >> out to buy tofu.
    >>

    > Like this?: (no instant ramen, "better living through
    > chemistry" or similar stuff used)


    > http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hot-and...up/Detail.aspx



    Thanks, I'm going to give it a go. By the way, that's a neat page that
    will recalculate the ingredient list for different numbers of portions.

    Thanks Omelet too! I don't have any fresh basil but I have a tube of
    basil paste that works not too badly.

    --

    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


  5. #5
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    "James Silverton" wrote:
    >
    >Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    >does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    >mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    >ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    >snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.


    I don't see why you couldn't make a very good hot n' sour shrimp n'
    noodle soup using shrimp flavored ramen as a base (hot n' sour soup
    typically contains no noodles, but it can). Add the typical hot n'
    sour ingredients and toss in like a dozen medium never frozen shrimp,
    cleaned, with their tails attached (you can simmer the shrimp body
    shells for like 10 minutes to strengthen the stock if you don't mind
    the extra step to strain out the shells. And tofu is not manditory...
    use green onions, ginger, snow peas, bean sprouts, garlic... even
    tinned Oriental veggies work... just NO 'shrooms with shrimp...
    there's no antidote for TIAD.



  6. #6
    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    James Silverton wrote:
    > George wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:18:08 -0500:
    >
    >> On 2/10/2010 12:56 PM, James Silverton wrote:
    >>> Hello All!
    >>>
    >>> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle
    >>> Soup that does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored
    >>> noodles or flavoring mixes? A surprising number of recipes on
    >>> the web rely on prepackaged ingredients. I'd prefer something
    >>> hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I can't get
    >>> out to buy tofu.
    >>>

    >> Like this?: (no instant ramen, "better living through
    >> chemistry" or similar stuff used)

    >
    >> http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hot-and...up/Detail.aspx

    >
    >
    > Thanks, I'm going to give it a go. By the way, that's a neat page that
    > will recalculate the ingredient list for different numbers of portions.
    >
    > Thanks Omelet too! I don't have any fresh basil but I have a tube of
    > basil paste that works not too badly.
    >

    My thoughts ran to a tom yum soup with noodles. I haven't made
    such a thing though. Usually they contain shrimp and little fish
    balls, among other things. (I need to go to the Thai restaurant
    where I have this to remind myself of the other protein sources.)

    --
    Jean B.

  7. #7
    Victor Sack Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    James Silverton <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    > does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    > mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    > ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    > snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.


    Something like one of these recipes, maybe?

    <http://rasamalaysia.com/recipe-penang-hokkien-mee-prawn-noodle/>
    <http://www.malaysianfood.net/recipes/recipehokkienmee.htm>
    <http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/569133>
    <http://www.dailyunadventuresincooking.com/2007/01/thai-prawn-noodle-soup.html>
    <http://www.101cookingrecipes.com/malaysia-cooking-recipes/main-course-spicy-prawn-shrimp-noodle-soup-laksa-lemak.php>

    Victor

  8. #8
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    Victor wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 23:57:08 +0100:

    >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle
    >> Soup that does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored
    >> noodles or flavoring mixes? A surprising number of recipes on
    >> the web rely on prepackaged ingredients. I'd prefer something
    >> hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I can't get
    >> out to buy tofu.


    > Something like one of these recipes, maybe?


    > <http://rasamalaysia.com/recipe-penan...ee-prawn-noodl
    > e/>
    > <http://www.malaysianfood.net/recipes/recipehokkienmee.htm>
    > <http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/569133>
    > <http://www.dailyunadventuresincookin...01/thai-prawn-
    > noodle-soup.html>
    > <http://www.101cookingrecipes.com/mal...ng-recipes/mai
    > n-course-spicy-prawn-shrimp-noodle-soup-laksa-lemak.php>


    Thanks, have you tried all those?

    --

    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not

  9. #9
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    In article <hkv33c$nue$[email protected]>,
    "James Silverton" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > George wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:18:08 -0500:
    >
    > > On 2/10/2010 12:56 PM, James Silverton wrote:
    > >> Hello All!

    > وو
    > >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle
    > >> Soup that does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored
    > >> noodles or flavoring mixes? A surprising number of recipes on
    > >> the web rely on prepackaged ingredients. I'd prefer something
    > >> hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I can't get
    > >> out to buy tofu.

    > وو
    > > Like this?: (no instant ramen, "better living through
    > > chemistry" or similar stuff used)

    >
    > > http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hot-and...up/Detail.aspx

    >
    >
    > Thanks, I'm going to give it a go. By the way, that's a neat page that
    > will recalculate the ingredient list for different numbers of portions.
    >
    > Thanks Omelet too! I don't have any fresh basil but I have a tube of
    > basil paste that works not too badly.


    Welcome! :-)
    I have a nice bunch of shrimp shells in the freezer right now. Shrimp
    was pretty cheap all winter.
    --
    Peace! Om

    "Human nature seems to be to control other people until they put their foot down."
    --Steve Rothstein

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    Zeppo Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    "James Silverton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:hkurvo$jbb$[email protected]..
    > Hello All!
    >
    > Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    > does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring mixes?
    > A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged ingredients.
    > I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I
    > can't get out to buy tofu.
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    > James Silverton
    > Potomac, Maryland
    >

    I've made this a few times and really love it. The lime leaves were a pisser
    to find, but was able to find them on Amazon for a decent price.

    Jon

    Shrimp in a Coconut, Ginger, and Lemongrass Broth
    Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2001
    Prep Time: 20 min Cook Time: 25 min Level: Intermediate Serves: 4 to 6
    servings (about 2 quarts)

    1 quart shrimp or fish stock
    1 tablespoon minced garlic
    2 tablespoons minced shallots
    1 stalk lemon grass, finely sliced crosswise
    1/4 cup julienned ginger
    6 kaffir lime leaves, julienned
    2 tablespoons Thai fish sauce (nam pla)*
    2 tablespoons Thai hot chile sauce (sriracha)*
    3 tablespoons light brown sugar
    2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
    1 (14-ounce) can unsweetened coconut milk
    1 teaspoon salt
    1 pound small peeled shrimp
    1/4 cup chopped cilantro
    2 tablespoons minced green onions

    Place all of the ingredients except shrimp, cilantro, and green onions in a
    medium pot and bring to a boil over high heat.

    Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes.

    Strain and return to the pot.

    Bring to a boil, add the shrimp and cook until the shrimp are firm and pink,
    3 to 4 minutes.

    Stir in the cilantro and green onions, and serve.




  11. #11
    George Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On 2/10/2010 4:15 PM, brooklyn1 wrote:
    > "James Silverton" wrote:
    >>
    >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    >> does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    >> mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    >> ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    >> snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.

    >
    > I don't see why you couldn't make a very good hot n' sour shrimp n'
    > noodle soup using shrimp flavored ramen as a base (hot n' sour soup
    > typically contains no noodles, but it can). Add the typical hot n'
    > sour ingredients and toss in like a dozen medium never frozen shrimp,
    > cleaned, with their tails attached (you can simmer the shrimp body
    > shells for like 10 minutes to strengthen the stock if you don't mind
    > the extra step to strain out the shells. And tofu is not manditory...
    > use green onions, ginger, snow peas, bean sprouts, garlic... even
    > tinned Oriental veggies work... just NO 'shrooms with shrimp...
    > there's no antidote for TIAD.
    >
    >


    He did mention he wanted to use real ingrediants. How could anyone make
    a good (never mind "very good") anything with shrimp or "anything"
    flavored ramen noodles?

    And you do know that shrimp *and* mushrooms are used together in Thai
    cooking and the combination does taste good?

  12. #12
    George Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On 2/10/2010 10:06 PM, Zeppo wrote:
    > "James Silverton"<[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:hkurvo$jbb$[email protected]..
    >> Hello All!
    >>
    >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    >> does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring mixes?
    >> A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged ingredients.
    >> I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I
    >> can't get out to buy tofu.
    >>
    >> --
    >>
    >>
    >> James Silverton
    >> Potomac, Maryland
    >>

    > I've made this a few times and really love it. The lime leaves were a pisser
    > to find, but was able to find them on Amazon for a decent price.


    You can also find them frozen in many Asian markets.

    >
    > Jon
    >
    > Shrimp in a Coconut, Ginger, and Lemongrass Broth
    > Recipe courtesy Emeril Lagasse, 2001
    > Prep Time: 20 min Cook Time: 25 min Level: Intermediate Serves: 4 to 6
    > servings (about 2 quarts)
    >
    > 1 quart shrimp or fish stock
    > 1 tablespoon minced garlic
    > 2 tablespoons minced shallots
    > 1 stalk lemon grass, finely sliced crosswise
    > 1/4 cup julienned ginger
    > 6 kaffir lime leaves, julienned
    > 2 tablespoons Thai fish sauce (nam pla)*
    > 2 tablespoons Thai hot chile sauce (sriracha)*
    > 3 tablespoons light brown sugar
    > 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
    > 1 (14-ounce) can unsweetened coconut milk
    > 1 teaspoon salt
    > 1 pound small peeled shrimp
    > 1/4 cup chopped cilantro
    > 2 tablespoons minced green onions
    >
    > Place all of the ingredients except shrimp, cilantro, and green onions in a
    > medium pot and bring to a boil over high heat.
    >
    > Reduce the heat to medium-low and simmer, uncovered, for 20 minutes.
    >
    > Strain and return to the pot.
    >
    > Bring to a boil, add the shrimp and cook until the shrimp are firm and pink,
    > 3 to 4 minutes.
    >
    > Stir in the cilantro and green onions, and serve.
    >
    >
    >



  13. #13
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    George wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 13:18:08 -0500:

    > On 2/10/2010 12:56 PM, James Silverton wrote:
    >> Hello All!
    >>
    >> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle
    >> Soup that does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored
    >> noodles or flavoring mixes? A surprising number of recipes on
    >> the web rely on prepackaged ingredients. I'd prefer something
    >> hot and sour on this ridiculously snowy day and I can't get
    >> out to buy tofu.
    >>

    > Like this?: (no instant ramen, "better living through
    > chemistry" or similar stuff used)


    >http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Hot-and...up/Detail.aspx


    I did make the soup and it was good! Since I am thoroughly snowed in, I
    had to do a little substitution. I had no bean sprouts or pineapple but
    I did have and used fresh water chestnuts and shredded cabbage. I had
    some frozen shrimp from Trader Joe's. I have to admit that I used a cube
    of Maggi Shrimp Bouillon concentrate (bought a while ago in a Chinese
    supermarket). The stuff seems to keep for ever

    --

    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


  14. #14
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 07:53:39 -0500, George <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >On 2/10/2010 4:15 PM, brooklyn1 wrote:
    >> "James Silverton" wrote:
    >>>
    >>> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    >>> does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    >>> mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    >>> ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    >>> snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.

    >>
    >> I don't see why you couldn't make a very good hot n' sour shrimp n'
    >> noodle soup using shrimp flavored ramen as a base (hot n' sour soup
    >> typically contains no noodles, but it can). Add the typical hot n'
    >> sour ingredients and toss in like a dozen medium never frozen shrimp,
    >> cleaned, with their tails attached (you can simmer the shrimp body
    >> shells for like 10 minutes to strengthen the stock if you don't mind
    >> the extra step to strain out the shells. And tofu is not manditory...
    >> use green onions, ginger, snow peas, bean sprouts, garlic... even
    >> tinned Oriental veggies work... just NO 'shrooms with shrimp...
    >> there's no antidote for TIAD.
    >>
    >>

    >
    >He did mention he wanted to use real ingrediants. How could anyone make
    >a good (never mind "very good") anything with shrimp or "anything"
    >flavored ramen noodles?


    Ramen noodles are no worse than any other noodles

    >And you do know that shrimp *and* mushrooms are used together in Thai
    >cooking and the combination does taste good?


    Everyone knows that thigh is damn close to asshole.

    Anyway, yer full o' doodoo... Thai cookery rarely employs mushrooms
    and never with shrimp or any other seafood.

    http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/

    And no foodie is named George... George is a janitorial name... George
    cousine is called "Roach Coach".



  15. #15
    aem Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On Feb 11, 9:24 am, brooklyn1 <gravesen...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > [snips]
    > Anyway, yer full o' doodoo... Thai cookery rarely employs mushrooms
    > and never with shrimp or any other seafood.
    >
    > http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/
    >

    Interesting website, though I didn't look at enough to make a judgment
    about whether the recipes are too Americanized. One disappointment
    is it just says "chiles" without specifying which kind, and it just
    says "mushrooms" without specifying which. There is a recipe for
    shrimp soup that is without noodles but with mushrooms. I'd probably
    leave them out but they are in there. -aem


  16. #16
    Victor Sack Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    James Silverton <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Victor wrote on Wed, 10 Feb 2010 23:57:08 +0100:
    >
    > > Something like one of these recipes, maybe?

    >
    > > <http://rasamalaysia.com/recipe-penan...ee-prawn-noodl
    > > e/>
    > > <http://www.malaysianfood.net/recipes/recipehokkienmee.htm>
    > > <http://uktv.co.uk/food/recipe/aid/569133>
    > > <http://www.dailyunadventuresincookin...01/thai-prawn-
    > > noodle-soup.html>
    > > <http://www.101cookingrecipes.com/mal...ng-recipes/mai
    > > n-course-spicy-prawn-shrimp-noodle-soup-laksa-lemak.php>

    >
    > Thanks, have you tried all those?


    No, but I have cooked Penang hokkien mee using another recipe which I
    could not find for the posting, as well as some tom yam versions with
    noodles or rice (served separately, with some mixed with the soup
    bite-by-bite). These recipes look similar enough, respectively.

    Victor

  17. #17
    Gregory Morrow Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    aem wrote:

    > On Feb 11, 9:24 am, brooklyn1 <gravesen...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >> [snips]
    >> Anyway, yer full o' doodoo... Thai cookery rarely employs mushrooms
    >> and never with shrimp or any other seafood.
    >>
    >> http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/
    >>

    > Interesting website, though I didn't look at enough to make a judgment
    > about whether the recipes are too Americanized. One disappointment
    > is it just says "chiles" without specifying which kind



    IIRC they refer to the tiny but fiery "bird" peppers, a staple in Thai
    cookery...


    --
    Best
    Greg



  18. #18
    brooklyn1 Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 17:43:13 -0600, "Gregory Morrow"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >aem wrote:
    >
    >> On Feb 11, 9:24 am, brooklyn1 <gravesen...@verizon.net> wrote:
    >>> [snips]
    >>> Anyway, yer full o' doodoo... Thai cookery rarely employs mushrooms
    >>> and never with shrimp or any other seafood.
    >>>
    >>> http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/
    >>>

    >> Interesting website, though I didn't look at enough to make a judgment
    >> about whether the recipes are too Americanized. One disappointment
    >> is it just says "chiles" without specifying which kind

    >
    >
    >IIRC they refer to the tiny but fiery "bird" peppers, a staple in Thai
    >cookery...


    And all peppers are from the Americas... what was Thai cousine like a
    mere hundred years ago... same as always, whatever they could gather
    from the sea minus the hot peppers. If not for the bounty of the new
    world the rest of the world would still be dining like neanderthals.

  19. #19
    George Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On 2/11/2010 12:24 PM, brooklyn1 wrote:
    > On Thu, 11 Feb 2010 07:53:39 -0500, George<[email protected]>
    > wrote:
    >
    >> On 2/10/2010 4:15 PM, brooklyn1 wrote:
    >>> "James Silverton" wrote:
    >>>>
    >>>> Does anyone have a recipe, Chinese or Thai, for Shrimp Noodle Soup that
    >>>> does not involve pre-prepared shrimp flavored noodles or flavoring
    >>>> mixes? A surprising number of recipes on the web rely on prepackaged
    >>>> ingredients. I'd prefer something hot and sour on this ridiculously
    >>>> snowy day and I can't get out to buy tofu.
    >>>
    >>> I don't see why you couldn't make a very good hot n' sour shrimp n'
    >>> noodle soup using shrimp flavored ramen as a base (hot n' sour soup
    >>> typically contains no noodles, but it can). Add the typical hot n'
    >>> sour ingredients and toss in like a dozen medium never frozen shrimp,
    >>> cleaned, with their tails attached (you can simmer the shrimp body
    >>> shells for like 10 minutes to strengthen the stock if you don't mind
    >>> the extra step to strain out the shells. And tofu is not manditory...
    >>> use green onions, ginger, snow peas, bean sprouts, garlic... even
    >>> tinned Oriental veggies work... just NO 'shrooms with shrimp...
    >>> there's no antidote for TIAD.
    >>>
    >>>

    >>
    >> He did mention he wanted to use real ingrediants. How could anyone make
    >> a good (never mind "very good") anything with shrimp or "anything"
    >> flavored ramen noodles?

    >
    > Ramen noodles are no worse than any other noodles


    If you like crappy food. There is a world of difference between those
    15/$1 packaged of deep fried noodles with the "flavor pack" and real
    noodles.

    >
    >> And you do know that shrimp *and* mushrooms are used together in Thai
    >> cooking and the combination does taste good?

    >
    > Everyone knows that thigh is damn close to asshole.


    If you say so but you are intensely bigoted and your opinion is not
    objective and is only meaningfull to you...

    >
    > Anyway, yer full o' doodoo... Thai cookery rarely employs mushrooms
    > and never with shrimp or any other seafood.
    >
    > http://www.thaitable.com/Thai/recipes/



    So you have never actually been there?

    >
    > And no foodie is named George... George is a janitorial name... George
    > cousine is called "Roach Coach".
    >
    >



  20. #20
    sf Guest

    Default Re: Shrimp Noodle Soup

    On Fri, 12 Feb 2010 07:45:38 -0500, George <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > If you like crappy food. There is a world of difference between those
    > 15/$1 packaged of deep fried noodles with the "flavor pack" and real
    > noodles.


    Packaged Ramen noodles (used without the flavor packet) make perfectly
    acceptable home style chow mein noodles if you treat them properly.

    --
    I love cooking with wine.
    Sometimes I even put it in the food.

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