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Coffee Noodles

Dunk sweet noodles to cool your coffee.
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Serve the coffee in a wide mug, drop in some sweet noodles, and serve with chopsticks. The drinker lifts some of the noodles out, blows on them and dunks them back in, which cools the coffee to drinking temperature sooner than just blowing on the surface of the coffee. The noodles are eaten when the whole thing is cool enough.

Recipes: The noodles are probably best flavored like doughnuts, since those are what some of us are used to dunking.

baconbrain, Sep 16 2013

iced coffee noodles http://www.muripo.c...ced-coffee-noodles/
As with most unusual food combos, coffee + ramen has already been tried in Japan. [prufrax, Sep 17 2013]


       I'd think this would be the kind of product that would be popular if doughnuts could be dehydrated and rehydrated into noodles.   

       Actually I think it's likely doughnut dough could be extruded into noodles, and deepfried like chow mien, and powdered with condensed milk powder which is very sweet already and sugar, the combination adding milk and sugar to the coffee.
rcarty, Sep 16 2013

       Sell them in a spray can like Fix-a-flat.
tatterdemalion, Sep 17 2013

       ... silly string ?
8th of 7, Sep 17 2013

       Just have a spoon made out of ice.
xandram, Sep 17 2013

       Or silly string. No one's done spray noodles yet? How 'bout it science?
tatterdemalion, Sep 17 2013

       [bigs] You think that's funny? My ice spoon is made of iced coffee.
xandram, Sep 17 2013

       //No one's done spray noodles yet?//   

       At least one company makes a starch-based silly string, based on the same stuff they make those starch packing peanuts out of (which is tasteless but edible).
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 17 2013


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