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There are a few jokes about the manufacturers name - they are a short bread biscuit tho, that I like dunking in the cuppa earl grey tea. :friend:

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All sounds great to me.

 

Had a first 'cold ramen' of the season today. Great.

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冷やし中華?

 

I have that through winter too. They don't seem to sell the soup but I stock up on it late autumn to see me through.

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Cold ramen? I've never heard of this.......sounds interesting

Koreans do a full flavour plum cold soup ramen. Excellent.

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Koreans also do a spicy cold noodle dish called bibinmen, in Japan at least.

Its quite different to the rice dish bibinba, btw, that has all them namuru pickles.

Bibinmen uses firm noodles and that Korean chili paste, sometimes with an iced dipping sauce on the side.

I think I prefer it to hiyashi chuka anyway.

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I have been eating too many yummy things these last few days.

I feel heavy.

:(

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Friend bought us a huge thick sponge swiss roll type cake with tons of fresh fruit and cream in it.

Brilliant it was. All gone in 2 days.

:yummy:

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I tried Rach's fave, the Baskin Robbins Box of Chocolates at the weekend and it is indeed cho yummy! Lots of very generously sized yummy bits in there. I had it in a double with the Hawaiian coconut one that was also pretty good.

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...sometimes it's a bit hit and miss as to how many 'bits' you get.

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"Sandwiched between two warm and freshly glazed apple fritters, sits a maple bacon-wrapped beef patty, draped with melty cheddar cheese, and drizzled with a caffeinated maple, espresso syrup."

 

Wow. Want one.

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