Spicy, Salty, Sweet and Saucy

Mary Chung's Dun Dun Noodles via The Fresh Dish

Mary Chung’s Dun Dun Noodles via The Fresh Dish

Come on over to Jama Rattigan’s Friday Feast at Alphabet Soup! She’s celebrating all things peanut-buttery for the month of November, and you’ll find my ode to Mary Chung’s incomparable Dun Dun Noodles.

Are you in the mood for something sweet instead?  While I do confess to my love of peanut butter paired with Nutella, you’ll also find tasty treats from 5  more poets including Linda Baie, Betsy Hubbard, Mary Lee Hahn, Renee LaTulippe and J. Patrick Lewis.


About Cathy Ballou Mealey

Children's book author, repped by Liza Fleissig of the Liza Royce Agency. Wife, mother, daughter, sister, alumna, autism advocate, book reviewer. Reach me via email at cmealey@post.harvard.edu or Twitter @catballoumealey
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14 Responses to Spicy, Salty, Sweet and Saucy

  1. I loved your dun dun noodle poem. But even more, I just like saying dun dun noodles! So dramatic, like dun-dun-Dun-DUN noodles. 🙂

  2. Yum! I lke spicy, salty and sweet. Lovd your dun dun noodle poem. Clever!

  3. Sounds delicious! Heading over to read your ode 🙂

  4. Susan Brody says:

    I’m an old peanut butter lover from way back! It was my daily lunch all through grade school. Jif, of course. I’m a classicist.

  5. Lauri Meyers says:

    We are a peanut butter & nutella family too! Unfortunately, that and air comprise my children’s diets…

  6. Sue Wang says:

    Oh man. I love dun dun noodles. Thanks for the inspiration. And am envious of where you live now!

    • Did you and Roger go to Mary’s when you were at MIT?

      I remember bringing Liam as an infant. The waitresses loved holding him and passing him around among themselves while we ate. They said he had a nicely shaped head!

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