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This Thick Cut Pork Belly Is Wrapped In Noodles And Fried So Of Course You Want It

 

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HOT NOOD PIG ON A STICK 🤪🤯 @tenbistro is giving SLABS of pork belly a @NoodsNoodsNoods twist! • • 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 If you want to enjoy this beautiful dish from @tenbistro & more, make sure you tune in to @Foodbeast’s LIVE Kitchen League (@thejoshelkin v @jstjr) on @Twitch, where we’re giving away free tickets to @noodsnoodsnoods every 15 minutes to people in the chat! • • Slow-braised pork belly is wrapped in Chinese-style noodles before the entire thing heads into the deep fryer! It’s dipped in a Nashville Hot butter and topped with parmesan, garlic aioli, and micro cilantro for a sweet, spicy fusion! 🔥 • • Catch this WILD creation at Nood Beach on September 1st! Tickets available at nood-beach.com! 🎫🏝

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In the history of things eaten on a stick, we can all be confident that they’ve for the most part been equally creative and delicious. Think about it: corn dogs, popsicles, kebabs, lollipops. The list can go on and on. Adding on to that illustrious lineup is an unheard of noodle-wrapped pork belly from Ten Asian Bistro in Newport Beach, California.

Considered by locals as the go-to spot for innovative fusion fare, Ten Asian Bistro lives up to that rep by coming up with a slow-braised pork belly that’s wrapped in Chinese-style egg noodles. The dynamic duo is then deep-fried until crispy, dipped in Nashville hot butter, and topped off with a blessing of parmesan cheese and garlic aioli. Yes. Please.

The catch to nabbing yourself one of these meat stick wonders is that they’re only going to be served at upcoming Foodbeast’s noodle festival, Nood Beach, going down on September 1, 2019. Info and tickets can be found at Nood-Beach.com.

Other creative, one-of-a-kind, and of course delicious Pan Asian-influenced dishes will also be on deck at Nood Beach, so if you’re a fan of all that (who isn’t?), then mark your calendars.

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Tri-Tip Lo Mein Brings Together Classic BBQ And Traditional Chinese Noodles

The best thing about food festivals like the upcoming Noods Noods Noods in Santa Ana, California, is that you get to try a fusion of foods that you probably never even thought would be amazing together. Case in point, the Sweet ‘n’ Spicy Tri-Tip Lo Mein being handed out by Tri-Tip Man during the Foodbeast X Cup Noodles hosted festival.

Tender tri-tip is usually a headliner in the BBQ world, and noodles are a surprisingly perfect assistant. Put the two together and you’ve got some David Blaine-level magic in a bowl.

The Tri-Tip Lo Mein will consist of Tri-Tip Man’s famous smoked tri-tip, covered in a sweet and spicy plum sauce, and served over lo mein noodles and veggies. Topped off with a spicy sesame sauce drizzle, you’ll have a variety of flavors and sensations dancing in your mouth like that rooftop party where everyone’s doing cocaine, and you don’t know what’s going on, but the DJ is on fire.

This isn’t Tri-Tip Man’s first Foodbeast rodeo, debuting a tri-tip empanada that was bursting with flavor for 2017’s Oozefestival.

There will be more exclusive noodle combinations, from Orange County’s premiere restaurants at Foobeast’s AYCE Asian food festival, NOODS NOODS NOODS, presented by Original Cup Noodles.

You can purchase your tickets here. Ticket types include Marketplace (buy as you go) or VIP (all you can consume for three hours).