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Soba Noodle Bowl

Reheating soba + dumpling bowls!

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The return of one of our favorites- the cold soba + dumpling bowl. It’s really good. If you know, you know. And if you don’t know, you’re about to find out! Featuring refreshing roasted shitake and edamame dumplings, marinated eggplant, a bevvy of shaved carrots, pickled ginger, and one of my favorite WECO dressings- the roasted sesame + ginger vinaigrette. In my opinion, this bowl fits right into this cool summer weather we’re having. It may be rainy, kinda chilly out there, and quite honestly, a bowl of cold noodles might sound kinda weird to you. Not to fear, however. Like a convertible, pants with zippers that turn into shorts, or the saying “can you believe this weather we’re having?”, tonight’s bowl fits into just about any atmosphere, hot or cold. As the late great Jerry Garcia once lamented, “I’m going where the climate suits my clothes…” well, you don’t have to go anywhere. This bowl will take you to where you want to be. No more goin’ down the road, feeling bad. Go into this bowl, and feel good! For a hot bowl, remove the ramekin of roasted sesame dressing and pop the bowl in the microwave for 2-3 minutes, till it’s nice and hot. Mix in that dressing, and be happy. Alternatively, embrace the chill of the day with the cool, crisp satisfaction of cold noodles and crunchy carrots. Or do half and half, and see which you like better. Whatever you do, just keep on the bright side of life.


If you got some sweet chili shrimp:

Definitely never a bad idea. What makes a cold noodle bowl better? Sweet chili shrimp, with a smattering of thai basil. You definitely don’t need to heat these up, but if you do feel so inclined, the broiler is the way to go- lay the shrimp out on a sheet tray lined with foil, and broil till they’re nice and toasty. Do not fear caramelization! If you’re going in cold, simply pop the shrimp right on top of the bowl, and dress it up. You really can’t go wrong. Enjoy! <3

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