The Seattle Weekly has an interesting take on going through 24 hours and eating ramen with every meal and for every snack. I'm on board with some of these, including the breakfast burrito and the salad (which I've tried), but I don't know about the dessert. The dinner idea looks awesome, it's basically a Shepherd's pie, and I may just try that the next time my vegetarian wife leaves town. Here's a sample from the article with the dinner recipe:
Dinner: Ramen Beef Pie
Now that work is over, you can finally go home and enjoy a nice, giant helping of ramen beef pie. It's like Shepard's Pie or Pâté Chinois, a dish they serve in Canada, only ramen style.
1. 2 packages of ramen noodles
2. 1 lb of ground beef
3. 1 can of sweet corn
4. 1/2 c of onion
5. vegetable oil
Cook the ramen noodles in a pot for 3 min. Chop the onions, and in a separate pan, heat the onions and brown the ground beef until fully cooked. Then dump it all into a casserole dish, layer the sweet corn on top of that, top it with ramen noodles, and bake in the oven for 10-15 min. You won't be disappointed.