ramen noodle salad

This one is coming from Phoenix! Holy hell it’s hot here. I landed last night at midnight and it was still ONE HUNDRED AND ELEVEN DEGREES outside. Then I had the creepiest Lyft driver ever who kept asking why I was being quiet and I was like “Uhh it feels like 3 AM to me, I was on a wine tour all day for my sister’s bachelorette, and you’re a stranger.”

Okay I didn’t say the last part. I have manners.

Last week I was in Massachusetts, then I flew to Syracuse for Kelly’s bridal shower and bachelorette which was the most fun weekend ever. There was a selfie stick.



Unfortunately, after said wine tour, I had to spend 6+ hours on planes coming to Phoenix. Let’s just say being drunk on a plane is overrated, especially when you’re hungover on the next one.

I’m using my jet lag as an excuse for the laziness of this post.

  1. I did not invent this recipe in any way. I didn’t even really change it, except for the proportions. More edamame and less ramen noodles. I could eat edamame by the pound. I also used barely any dressing- the recipe makes a lot.
  2. The pictures are rough, I know. Camp lighting is bad? I don’t know.
  3. But wait wait! This is seriously awesome. So yummy that the blushing bride ate the leftovers for breakfast on Sunday.


It’s healthy and crunchy and has so many flavorful things!


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I’m almost positive this is my last long trip. Looking forward to being done with my training period and getting back in the kitchen. Especially since Kelly got a lot of awesome kitchen stuff for her shower, like a KITCHEN AID.

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Just in case I didn’t convince you, here’s one of my favorite mini chefs fixing up some ramen salad!

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