If you happen to have a thing for both food and famous people, you might want to pay attention.
Remember when we showed you that awesome Instagram account pairinghot dudes with food?
Apparently “Hot Dudes And Food” isn’t the only eye-candy Instagram out there that likes to mix good-looking people with all sorts of glorious eats.
Yep, we recently came across a new account called “Celebrities In Ramen,” and it’s actually pretty hilarious.
This parody food-porn account is just what it sounds like. It features a comical collection of Tinseltown’s most tantalizing celebs just hanging out in bowls filled with every college student’s favorite snack.
Because let’s face it, ramen is so damn good, I think we all just wanted to bathe in it at some point.
If seeing all your favorite celebs Photoshopped into noodle soup isn’t funny enough, you’ll be glad to know each photoalso comes with a pretty solid caption guaranteed to make you laugh — or at least crave a cup of noodles.
Take a look at the pictures below to see all oodles of your celebs in ramen noodles.
Behold, Celebrities in Ramen.
This hilarious account takes snapshots of all sorts of superstars…
…and Photoshops them into bowls of delicious ramen.
Because why the hell not?
This foodie account features everything from Ramen Elektra…
And a soupy Champagne Papi…
To Frank Underwood in a House of Noodles…
And Queen Bey on her tasty surfboard.
Harry Styles looks even steamier in a bowl of ramen.
Forget the cars. You get a ramen, and you get a ramen! Everyone gets a bowl of ramen!
Who needs an Oscar when you have ramen noodles?
I’ll take my soup shaken, not stirred.
J Law’s secret weapon to winning the Hunger Games is ramen, of course.
Bill Murray knows nothing beats diving into a big-ass bowl of soup. Literally.
Ramen is clearly all the rage this season.
1. Mom-and-pop spot Marco Polo Pizza has been on this block in Whittier, CA for 25 years.
2. Recently the son of the pizzeria owners, Joshua Chung, decided to take a shot and expand the menu by one item: RAMEN PIZZA.
Chung had been making novelty pizzas for his friends during the store’s slower hours and this was one of the best.
3. To order the off-menu item, ask for the “Foodbeast Ramen Pizza”
4. Or you can make it yourself: The owner starts with a pack of ramen, and splits it vertically to get a thin layer.
5. …then lays it in some freshly-made pizza sauce
6. …then he adds cheese
7. …and pepperoni (or whatever toppings you want) and pops it in the oven.
Since it’s not pizza dough, Chung has to keep an eye on the pizzas in case they burn. When the cheese turns a golden brown, the pizza’s ready.
8. and voila, Ramen Pizza magic:
When you’re in a pinch and need a quick and easy dinner option, you might turn to instant noodles like ramen.
While these inexpensive noodles have become a staple in college cuisine, they’re not exactly something that many would deem a healthy meal. Just like any other highly processed food, they can be full of salt and other ingredients that have been linked to various medical problems and conditions.
I was never the biggest fan of ramen noodles during my time at college, and now that I’ve read about the heath risks that they carry with them, I definitely won’t be putting them in my shopping cart anytime soon.
Ramen noodles do not digest like most foods. In the video below, you can see the noodles sitting in the stomach hours after being consumed. This can spell trouble for the digestive system, which is forced to work overtime to try to break down the processed noodles.
Instant noodles also contain a variety of additives that can be harmful to your stomach. One of the most dangerous is tertiary butylhydroquinone (TBHQ), an antioxidant that extends the shelf life of products.
TBHQ can be found in cosmetics, perfumes, varnishes, and pesticides, as well. The recommended consumption of the additive varies. According to the FDA, we should not allow TBHQ to exceed 0.02 percent of our total oil and fats consumption. The Codex Commission says that up to 400 mg per day is acceptable.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/ramen-risks/
Don’t get me wrong: I love me some ramen.
And I’m game for food mashups, too (cronuts, anyone?). But there’s a fine line between delicious and horrifying, and the newest creation by Culinary Bro-Down’s Josh Scherer leans further on the “gross” scale than we’d like.
What is this creation, you may ask?
The ramen donut, which also goes by the charmingly abbreviated term “ramnut.”
— Josh Scherer (@CulinaryBroDown) November 13, 2014
It’s exactly what you think it is — a donut, in which the “dough” is replaced by compacted ramen noodles.
Like a regular donut, the noodle creation is then filled (jelly and Boston creme are among the filling options) and frosted.
Lest you brush this off as a joke, Scherer confirms,
I’m very serious about this sh*t.
I’m still more disgusted by this unexpected mashup than anything, but who knows — maybe it’s fantastic.
If you’d like to find out for yourself, you can make your own versions courtesy of this recipe.
— Adam Layton (@NoshableAdam) November 12, 2014