Thursday, February 20, 2014

Fancy ramen

Many years ago, after hiking 9 miles up and down (and up and down and up and down) arroyos to Keet Seel in the Navajo National Monument in Arizona, we found ourselves sitting with fellow hikers who were also camping overnight in order to take the tour of the cliff dwellings first thing in the morning.  The woman made a disparaging comment about "those kids who eat ramen for dinner when camping," clearing mistaking us for people who wouldn't eat ramen for dinner.

Foolish woman.

We ate ramen on our honeymoon then, and we still eat it now.  The difference is that now we call it "fancy ramen" and dress it up a bit.

Tonight's ramen featured soft boiled eggs, daikon cut into matchsticks, and some pea tendrils.

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