Exactly 156 years ago, the Devil's Footprints appeared in Devon, England. No, seriously, cloven hoof prints continued for over 100 miles, crossing bodies of water and traversing rooftops and whatnot. SATAN. Or wood mice, or good old mass hysteria. Good thing we don't succumb to that anymore...
This dish I cooked up real quick after helping my roommate with an art installation that needs to be ready for Thursday, when all the wealthy donors come to the new Creative Arts Council building to ooh and ahh. I gotta be at work in half an hour! I maybe went a little overboard with the seasoning — my love of soy sauce and cumin.
makes approx. 2-3 servings
12 oz. frozen edamame, thawed
9 oz. frozen sweet corn, thawed
1 medium yellow onion, diced
2 handfuls pea greens
5 grape tomatoes, quartered, forgotten in the fridge by my roommate, who will never notice they're gone
5 sun-dried tomatoes, sliced
1/3 pack rice bran Pad Thai fettuccine
1/4 c. shoyu soy sauce
1/4 c. yeast flakes
1 tsp. cumin
1 tsp. crushed red pepper
1/2 tsp. curry powder
1/2 tsp. turmeric
DIRECTIONS:1. Put the noodles in a large pot over high heat to get the water boiling. Once boiling, cook for additional 8-10 min.
2. Fry onion in oil in a large pan over medium heat. Once translucent, add edamame, sweet corn, and pea greens. Cook for several minutes, until the greens start to wilt.
3. Add soy sauce, yeast flakes, and spices. Turn heat up to medium-high and cook for several minutes.
4. Add both kinds of tomatoes, cook for a couple minutes. Combine with noodles.
From Hyun Höchsmann's and Yang Guorong's translation of Zhuangzi, "The Great and Honored Teacher" (123):
Another day Yan Hui saw Confucius again and said, "I have made progress."
"What do you mean?" asked Confucius.
"I sit and forget everything."