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Lunch Is Served

Updated on February 28, 2015
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Demas is the father of five and "Grampa" for 17 along with freelancing, editing, and publishing such books as his "Haiku American Style".

Restaurant price $3.50+tip+tax. Made at home $1.00.

Another recipe from Manolie's kitchen.
Another recipe from Manolie's kitchen. | Source

Quick and easy, but homemade, hot, and tasty!

The finished product.
The finished product. | Source

A buck or two well spent!

Blame my poor photography, but this bowl of soup for lunch today was just the ticket!

Manolie made a soup stock from pork bones, adding a little xylitol sweetener to reduce any pork fragrance to the kitchen. (She could have added yellow onions, but didn't this time.)

While the soup stock was bubbling away, she chopped up enough pork to make the pork meatballs you see on the top of the bowl of soup surrounded by slices of tomatoes.

She cooked the meatballs (100% pork) in the by then boiling soup stock and added Ramen-type noodles and chopped spring onion tops.

The cooked noodles went in the bottom of two of our large individual-sized soup bowls, soup stock, and spring onions were added, and the pork balls were put on top surrounded by the sliced tomatoes.

Provide a slice of lemon, any favorite seasonings (I like Bragg's Aminos) and have a soup spoon and a pair of chopsticks (or fork, for the uninitiated) and sit down to a quick and easy bowl of tasty, hot homemade soup for lunch (or anytime!)


© 2012 Demas W. Jasper All rights reserved.

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    • Perspycacious profile imageAUTHOR

      Demas W Jasper 

      5 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

      If you are looking for a good, inexpensive, easy-to-prepare lunch today, look no further. Thanks for your comments on this one, they are much appreciated as I review some past Hubs for updating.

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      Demas W Jasper 

      5 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond

      Sherry Hewins - I'm not sure you can still find enough water to make the soup, but it will sure hit the spot, if you can!

      livingpah2004 - I'd share a bowl with you, if you were here!

      hoteltravel - She makes Pat Mi Krob Lao, too, along with other "Thai" dishes that originally came fro Laos when the French gave part of Laos away.

      pandula77 - I am still waiting for you to let me know. I hope you are still here. I will have to check to see.

      b. Malin - It will be great having you back here regularly, too!

      mackyi - I hope this was added to your list of "quick favorites. Let me know.

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      I.W. McFarlane 

      8 years ago from Philadelphia

      It has been said that cooking is an art. I truly belief this! Cooking is really just being creative and the willingness to try different ways of preparing food. Thanks for sharing your work of art. This is something worthwhile trying!

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      b. Malin 

      8 years ago

      Sounds like a Delicious bargain, Perspycacious. Thanks for Sharing.

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      Dr Pandula 

      8 years ago from Norway

      Yummee! Let me try this one and let you know!

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      hoteltravel 

      8 years ago from Thailand

      This is the most unusual recipe I have read. No list of ingredients with measurements. Or step-by-step instructions. But the description and photo looks appetizing enough to make me want to try this out. Voted up and interesting.

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      Milli 

      8 years ago from USA

      Good tips. Its always cheaper when you make it at home. Thanks for sharing.

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      Sherry Hewins 

      8 years ago from Sierra Foothills, CA

      mmm... sounds like quite a bargain. Cheap and easy and quite an improvement on plain old ramen noodles. Thank you for sharing.

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