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December 11 is National Noodle Ring Day

Because…hey, why not?

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Here are today’s five thing to know about Noodle Ring:

  1. A noodle Ring is a dish of pasta, cheese, eggs cooked in a ring mold.
  2. Common fillings for the center of the ring includes creamed chicken, vegetables or other ingredients of your choice.
  3. Any kind of pasta can be used for making noodle ring.
  4. Creating a pasta ‘nest’ with a cooked food center has been around for centuries.
  5. One of the mid-century recipes of noodle ring is from The American Women’s Cook Book, which was published in 1948.

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Today’s Pinterest Board : Vintage Noodle Ring Recipes

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Today’s Food History

  • 1686 Prince Louis II de Condé, known as the Great Condé, died. He was a French general who loved to hunt and had a passion for rice. Several dishes have been named for him, including Consommé Condé and Creme Condé.
  • 1874 James Lewis Kraft was born. Founder of Kraft Co. a…

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4 thoughts on “December 11 is National Noodle Ring Day

  1. I’ve never had noodle ring, ever. I thought that was a rosca de Reyes cake.

    So what is noodle ring, Margy? School this poor West Coaster of vague Danish extraction. I’m looking a few things up, so I have a rough idea, but I’ve never seen it, ever.

    1. Hmmmm, noodle rings. That’s a new one on me, too. I’m quite familiar with noodle dishes, including sweet ones, but I’ve never seen a ring before!

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