Drama & Ramen

October 3, 2007

Welcome to the Thursday thought on the GLOG. As most of you know, and some may not. We live on the ground floor of the Davidson boys dorm, on the corner of Church and Winter street. This is also the location of the kitchen area in the dorm. Which is a place of much activity….! Yes, really….! The boys love to cook. The kitchen is stocked with all the things need to make a culinary delight. Quite often we hear the pinging of the microwave, the clattering of pans and the stirring of Ramen noodles. Along with the conversations “what do you use this for..?” “…it’s a pizza slice, we don’t need it to cook pop-corn” Joking aside, the kitchen is well used, and a real “stirring pot” of foods, cultures, conversations and eating. Long may the kitchen continue to feed the growing boys of Davidson. So to stir up the culinary cravings in the dorm we are going to share some Ramen noodle recipes for you to try at home and let the boys try them out in the dorm. So for starters …..…….

Breakfast Really Easy Breakfast Ramen * Ingredients 1 package of Ramen (Any flavour) * 1-2 eggs * 1 onion * 1 tomato (Not big) Put just enough water in a pan to be able to cover the block of ramen. While you wait for it to boil, cut some slices of tomato and onion. When the water has boiled, put in the ramen and seasoning, then cover with a nice layer of tomato and onion slices, and pour a whole egg on the top. Put on a lid, wait for it to boil just enough for your liking and serve! MMMMMM
We also found a great web site where you can buy lots different of noodles to spice up all your taste buds.
www.asianfoodgrocer.com
Question of the week
Who invented Ramen Noodles?

So how do we
link this to DRAMA……The Dining Room by A. R. Gurney…. the title of the play the drama department will be putting on for your pleasure this fall. After sneaking a peak at the early rehearsals, it will be a treat. The play is set in a dining room of a typical well to do household, creating an in depth portrait of a vanishing species…… the upper middle class WASP. The play is hilarious and touching…… as comic sketch crazily succeeds comic sketch, a whole pillar of American life emerges.
Not to be missed and will be showing in
BINGHAM AUDITORIUM November 1st & 3rd at 7:30pm and November 2nd at 4pm.

Stop by next week for lunchtime Ramen recipes, the answer to the question, and see whats happening on campus.

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