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Jun 292007

Sam writes in from Brooklyn and asks….

I have a question for you, do you know what happened to Smack ramen? It seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth, and the only two places it can be ordered – and–don’t have working phone numbers to divulge where they get their supply from. Any help would be appreciated.

A Smack-head

I haven’t seen Smack for a bit either, but I haven’t been really looking either and my wife does most of the shopping. Where do you guys get your Smack from? I used to know who made Smack, but I can’t remember that either…

Feb 252008

Patti in Tennessee wants to know if you can buy “just Mushroom” flavor ramen anywhere and also what brand it is. I have vague memories of this flavor as well (maybe Smack brand?), but I’m not the biggest mushroom fan so I’ve never bought any.

Post your knowledge in the comments!

May 212006

A hang-over cure from cajun land. I gar-wan-tee!

Submitted By: Chaumont
Submitted From: Louisiana (Cajunland)


  • 1 hangover
  • 1 package Smack Hot and Spicy Ramen
  • 6 or so leftover boiled crawfish from night before.
  • 1 tblspoon of Swamp Fire crawfish boil seasoning

Start water boiling as per ramen instructions. When water boils add noodles, packet, swamp fire, and crawfish. Cook per ramen instructions. Serve in big bowl with 3 Advil. La Bon Ton Rouler

Feb 052006

About this blog…

  1. How old is this Blog/Site?
  2. I started this blog my freshman year at UM-Rolla. That was 1995/1996 timeframe. At the time the page was a set of static HTML pages. This was back in the day when Netscape Navigator was the cool web browser and “page backgrounds” were a cool new feature.

  3. What is your favorite brand of ramen?
  4. I really don’t have a favorite brand. I think that ramen is really what you do with it, meaning, it depends alot on what you add to your noodles. For the bowl-noodles, I really prefer the Japanese brands, but for regular ramen, any brand is fine. When I was in college, I liked Smack Ramen, mainly since it was cheap.

  5. Where do you live now?
  6. I live and work in Fort Collins, Colorado. I have also lived in Dallas (Plano), Texas, and Charleston, West Virginia.

  7. Do you work for, or represent, a ramen manufacturer? Can I complain about bad ramen to you? Can you send me free ramen?
  8. No, No, and No. I run this site as a hobby. If you want to contact a ramen manufacturer, use the links on the right hand side.

  9. How much time do you spend on this site?
  10. Since I switched to the blog, the site is very easy to maintain. I spend some time with postings and fighting comment spammers, but thats about it. My guess is 2-3 hours per week.

Feb 011998

Submitted By: Nate Dogg

Submitted From: Kingwood College


  • oriental or hot and spicy smack ramen; no meat flavors
  • broccoli(about 3/4 cup)
  • mushrooms (4 quartered) good ones if you got-em
  • red devil hot sauce (three tablespoons) or comparable brand
  • grey poupon mustard (two tablespoons)
  • soy sauce (two tablespoons)
  • Tony Chacheres cajun seasoning (1 tablespoon)

Mix it all up in a stirring motion and get a six pack of ice cold shiner bock to wash it down and put out the flames.

 Posted by at 12:12 pm