Hey Geeks! I will introduce you to a great book now. Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes! Some of you may be interested in life behind bars. Well, you shouldn’t. It’s not cool at all, trust me.. But if your interest stays “only as an interest” that’s ok then. Because I see it as a social phenomena that every one of us should spend some time understanding and evaluating it.
Enough sociology for today! Let’s talk about Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes.
You can imagine that prison food is not even nearly close to food which you can eat in a decent restaurant. In prison the problem is you can’t also get out for a drive through. But inmates can be really creative – when they’re not making shivs or some other lethal weapon, guess what they’re making?? RAMENS!!
You can come across with many crazy creative food ideas in prison, which are created with insufficient funds and crazy creative cooking skills.
One of the great things of Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes is that it comes with a foreword from Samuel L. FUCKIN Jackson!!
What Will You Find In It??
There are more than 65 ramen recipes brought to you straight from behind the bars and many stories of prison life from inmates and creators of this delicate cuisine. And you won’t believe that there are celebrity prison chefs like Slash (Guns’n Roses), Danny Trejo (Machate) and Shia LaBeouf (actor5) who are featured in the book.
You won’t believe all the crazy recipes you see in the book which also have cooly-weirdish names like Chichi, Madof MaNoodle, J-Walking Ramen, Ramen Goulash, Prison Pad Thai Son and many more.
Actually i find the recipes in this book very similar to the diet of a college student. Insufficient funds but still able to cook something interesting to eat. Well, I actually am planning to give a try to a few recipes in this prison cook book. You actualy can make really tasty stuff from this book which even can make you addicted to prison ramen. I would never get bored from eating “Prison Pizza”
The Story Behind It
Book is written by authors Gustavo “Goose” Alvarez and Clifton Collins Jr. They are childhood friends one of who is an ex-convict now free and living in Mexico and the other is a successfull Hollywood actor who’s made celebrities and friends contribute their recipes and stories to the book.
Alvarez was inspired to write the book by a riot happened in 2009. It was a race riot which took place at California Institute for men in Chino. Black and Hispanic prisoners got in a fight which grew to a massive level resulting with a fire of some buildings. Alvarez suddenly realizes that a crowded group of African-American prisoners were heading to the building that he was in. But an older gang member has successfully talked out all the nearly 100 Afro-American prisoners. But how?? RAMENS OF COURSE!!
The old member noticed that the attackers were stucked in the cold and got frozen up, so he fed those guys. He offered their food to Afro-American attackers. Hispanic prisoners had gathered all their ramen and prepared a feast with any food they have. This feast has made a bridge between Afro-American and Hispanic prisoners that day. They were sharing something by cooking together. So, Alvarez decided to write a book with ramen recipes and stories from prison.
Where You Can Find It?
You can esily find it on Amazon.com for a really cheap price right now. The last time i checked it was on sale for $7.80. I’ve added some crazy ramen recipes to my cookbook thanks to Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes, but as it was mentioned before, it not only contains recipes, but it also has many chilling and scared-straight real life prison stories told in first-person style. You may want to get the book for yourself or as a gift to one of your belowed friends, so i’m giving the link where you can get by:
Some Of The Recipes
Here are some example recipes from the book to make you understand what kind of delicious stuff is expecting you behind bars.
- 2 packs of hot and spicy ramen noodles
- Jalapeno squeeze cheese (1/3 bottle)
- 1 summer sausage
- 1 Slim Jim
- Instant Chili (1 bag)
- A lorge bowl or a small garbage bag ( you can cut the top half if you have one with a regular house size)
Crush noodles while they’re still in the package. Put a bowl of water into microwave and heat it for 2 minutes. Then add both noodle packages to water and let them sit by putting on a lid. Meanwhile chop the sausage and Slim Jim. Also make-heat the chili on side. After 10 min noodles should be fully expanded. Drain all the water from the noodles. Transfer noodles into the garbage bag, then add flavor pack and jalapeno cheese. Knead the bag to evenly distribute all the material . Then add the meat and repeat the kneading process.
After that add the hot chili. During this you can also add other flavour pack if you want to. Knead the bag for last time and your meal is ready! Enjoy the prison cuisine.
Sweet and Spicey Coke Ramen
- 1 pack Texas Beef Ramen (it can also be regular beef)
- 1/2 or 3/4 can of normal coke(not light)
- 1 pack of peanuts
- 1 beef stick (Slim Jim – optional)
Cook the noodles. Crush the peanuts while they’re still packed using your boots and floor of your cell. Drain water from noodles, add flavouring packet and coke. Add 2/3 of the peanuts and optional sliced beef or sausage to noodle. You can add more coke to find the right flavour best suitable for you.
Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes – Conclusion
We’ve discussed what Prison Ramen Noodle Recipe is about, the story behind it and what are some of the delicate tastes of prison cuisine. Prison Ramen Noodle Recipes can be a great bizarre cookbook for your kitchen collection or a great gift for a friend who is interested in underground culture.
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