The instructions on how to make Chinese Noodles are up on the blog, so check them out. If you’re so inclined.
I’m currently working on a recipe for the best sauce for these precious homemade noodles. Think garlic… soy sauce… butter… all the good things.
If the weather continues to be dreadful, snow obscures my driveway, and I’m cooped up with nowhere to go, I’ll have enough time to work on it. Ha!
Hopefully, I can publish the recipe before Chinese New Year, so we can all have the best noodles for the celebration. ‘Cause what’s Chinese New Year without noodles, right?!
Okie Dokie, Artichokie, hope y’all are staying warm wherever you are!
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