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11 August 2006

Food and a Dye Job

Uni Cuisine, AKA Cheap and Easy
Warning: entry contains peanuts.



Step 1: Open one can soda (any kind)











Step 2: Select meal. Today we're having Thai Peanut flavour "chow mein". As the container says, "Steaming hot Stir-fry Noodles with plenty of Vegetables". (This stuff is actually really, really good. It's the best ramen around.)






Step 3: Open container (grab edges of lid and lift). Take out the three packets (they're NOT MICROWAVEABLE!!!!111!!oneone). That brick on the bottom is the noodles.






Step 4: Add water. There's a line in the thing that shows you how much. You can also break the noodles up, if you like. I find they are easier to eat this way.






Step 5: Put the lid upside down on the top (this will keep it from over flowing), and microwave on high for three (3) minutes. (Put container in microwave, shut the door, press 3-0-0-start. Warning: microwave times may vary.)






Step 6: Remove from microwave. Stir in Packet #1 - the peanut oil (or something. It's oil. It tastes good. I don't really know (or care) what it is).






Step 7: Add powdered seasoning. (open packet, dump it in, and stir)







Step 8: Add chopped peanut topping and serve with soda. Mmm...sweet, spicy and peanut-y. All this for just 87 cents! (Sunflower placemats optional.)








In other news...
















KP Bare, fingering weight nylon/wool. Christmas coloured, and I'm quite happy with it. Soft, springy, nice muted colours. (RIT rocks, hardcore.)

In the works...
I finished the first of that new pair of socks. Pictures are forthcoming, it's just too damn hot today. I ordered a swift and ball winder yesterday, hopefully I'll be done beating myself up over it before they get here. :D Later!

4 Comments:

Blogger Batty said...

You know, for pre-made food, it actually requires quite a bit of preparation! Looks yummy, though. If it's peanut flavored, I'm all over it.

Nice yarn!

12 August, 2006 04:09  
Blogger Bezzie said...

I've never seen chowmein like that...it's like fancy ramen noodles!

12 August, 2006 11:28  
Blogger Libi said...

High Class Raman Noodles. I like it. Served with a well-aged Coke. :)

12 August, 2006 15:11  
Blogger roxy ^-o-^ said...

87 cents? Damn, I'm being ripped off!

:)

28 September, 2006 19:13  

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