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Old 08-15-2006, 06:23 PM   #11
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Are you talking about the soft (lo mein) noodles or the fried (chow mein) noodles? They are both egg noodles. You might get some information here for starters.
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Old 08-15-2006, 06:41 PM   #12
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Thanks skillet .... the question is "kind of" up for grabs ... I read it to mean that info on the noodles was what was wanted .... heaven knows asking for Asian recipes using noodles would be like asking for Italian recipes using pasta! The best answer, in that case, would have to be ... "are you kidding?"

Oh my gosh ... Friday night ... Beal Street, Blues and BBQ! Can it get any better???? Well .. except for the year that Elvis showed up at the Memphis State Fair and jammed for a set ... or a couple of years later when BB King showed up and jammed for about 3 hours .... NOBODY can make a Gibson hollow body sing like BB King!
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I love BB King. I have a recording he made with Erik Clapton (Riding with the King, I think ) that really kicks butt.

Have you ever listened to Johnny Winter?
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I love BB King. I have a recording he made with Erik Clapton (Riding with the King, I think ) that really kicks butt.

Have you ever listened to Johnny Winter?
LOL - I "interned" at a radio station for 9-months ... (that means I worked my hiney off and didn't get paid - for those of you who don't know what an Intern position is) - although I did spend most of my time on the "easy listening" FM side of the station (Jackie Gleason Orchestra .. etc.)

Yep ... but you can't count Johnny without Edgar!!!

Unfortunately .... the chance is gone ... but if you ever had a chance to hear Stevie Ray Vaughan ... you heard BB King Jr ... regardless ... "The Thrill is Gone" is one of the best blues songs ever written!!! Okay - BB and Willie Nelson doing "Nightlife" is no slouch .... and BB at SRV's Tribute .... classic BB ... the Godfather of electric blues!

Oh, gosh, golly --- but I miss the old Napster!!!
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