I know when I was young, and I'm probably talking late teens/early twenties here, ramen noodles were a staple of my diet.

I mean, I'd keep some around all the time. But then, it was normal for kids our age to nuke up a bowl of ramen. Heck, even our entertainers at the time were big into ramen.


Yes, that was a ramen hair joke. Let's move on.

Sure, it wasn't healthy then, and it's not healthy now, but...we've all depended on those little packets or cups from time to time. Sometimes it's good for just a nostalgic rainy day lunch, sometimes it's good to keep around for those days when you just can't be bothered to do anything but boil water.


But I have to admit... I've never, ever had the urge to heat up a bowl of ramen before 11:00 a.m. Ever.  Like, even when I was in my College Drinking Days.

I mean, have you? Have you ever had one of those mornings when you're torn between an EVERYTHING BAGEL - and a bowl of INSTANT RAMEN? Probably not. I do love me a bagel with some salmon cream cheese and Everything Bagel seasoning. Well, now I guess you have the best of both worlds?


Nissin Foods has just announced a new limited-edition flavor of Cup Noodles: Everything Bagel, with Cream Cheese. (I love how Everything Bagel wasn't wild enough, they had to add the cream cheese.)


It combines ramen noodles with that "Everything" combo of caraway seeds, dried onion, garlic, poppy seeds and sesame seeds, with a cream cheese-flavored sauce. They've done a bunch of crazy limited edition ones before, like Pumpkin Spice or whatever, and they're doing one now that's called "Maple Syrup Pancakes, Sausage, and Egg." You can see it right now in the pic I took not that long ago.

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Now, I understand that you're probably going to ask for a taste test.

Nah. Ya'll got this.

The Everything Bagel with Cream Cheese Cup Noodles will be available at Walmart and Walmart.com for around $1.20 for a limited time. Yes, they're here in Sedalia.

Noodly yours,

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