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“Soup Seminar, Part XLVII: Yesterday was India, today, it’s China—Chef Krinkelmeier’s Chinese Noodle Soup—only the Best for America and the World!” by Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier


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SOUP SEMINAR, PT XLVII—CHINESE NOODLE SOUP

 


Soup Seminar, Part XLVII: Yesterday was India, today, it’s China—Chef Krinkelmeier’s Chinese Noodle Soup—only the Best for America and the World!” by Chef Gervais Krinkelmeier

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The Youngbloods

Bakersfield, CA, 04-24-2013 W: Greetings once more from the Stinkbug Chair here at our corporate offices on Robert’s Lane in Oildale, California.  We have a somewhat nondescript office complex in between the trailer parks and the grocery stores so we can enter and leave without the local color accosting us.  Now, please do not get me wrong, I am using the term, “local color” in the old way, the way its originators meant it to describe the denizens of a particular area no matter their “color.”  Here in Oildale, this place was once a bastion of the remnants of the original “Okies” who emigrated here from their homes in the Dust Bowl, most were from Oklahoma while some were from Arkansas, others were from Texas, many were from Kansas, Nebraska, but the term “Okie” applied to all of them no matter their points of origination.   These people first came to the area east of Lamont and north of Arvin, the “Weedpatch” area as that was all there was blowing around out there.  They set up their camps, lived on handouts, marginal work, doing anything they could to survive.  In time, they prospered, made something of them, leaving only the dregs behind.  Eventually, most of those settled out here in Oildale in, around the Robert’s Lane area, and along North Chester.   We chose our test kitchens and offices out here so we could distribute the foods we make on a daily basis to the poor, the hungry, and the needy, which nowadays amounts to junkies wandering the streets in tattooed misery.  In the dead of winter, you see dumbbells walking along sans shirts showing off their gang affiliations, it’s a tragic site, it truly is and yet, that is the thing happening to Americans from one end of our great nation to the other, a nation plagued by those who want to destroy it.   You know what I am talking about, I am talking about those smucks in Boston last week seeking to cause maximum death, pain and misery to our fellow citizens, I hope to God that He strikes them down, that we kill hundreds of theirs to one of ours.  If we do not soon get a handle on this, more and more terrorist attacks are going to plague our nation—you remember this.  It’s as if the song “Darkness, Darkness” by the Youngbloods is coming true. 

President George W. Bush

Last week, we had conflicting accounts of what happened, who was hurt, the fact that some said they had a suspect in custody, a Saudi, in fact while others said that they did not.  At least when George W. Bush was in office, we had a color-coded terror alert, one I realize many people found fault but at least, we knew we were at war.  Now, however, we have no idea what the hell our nation is doing or not doing, only that it’s under near-constant attack and that our men and women in uniform continue dying in Afghanistan and elsewhere in the world.  The fact of the matter is this: NO longer can we be secure in our persons; it is bad enough that we have crime rising in the streets on a daily basis but also that we cannot attend functions of any type without fearing attack.  The number one job of our government is to provide security for its citizens, NOT healthcare coverage and yet, our government has no idea what the hell is going on.  Sure, our President took out Osama Bin Laden, there was a movie made about it but so what?  What did it accomplish; his minions still roam the world while our president seeks to take away our Second Amendment rights.  God guarantees us those rights but the people seem to want to trade away their personal freedom if only the government will protect them.  I am telling you, something big is coming and it causing me to be fearful day and night, I fear that with our southern border wide open, the terrorists are going to truck a nuke across it and blow up a major city.  At least in Frazier Park, I do not have to worry about our mountain top community blowing up but then, one never knows about the magnitude nor the amount of nuclear radioactivity released into the stratosphere. 

Osama bin Laden

Something I found to be quite interesting last week is that the flood of news that began pouring out right after the blasts took out the buildings in downtown Boston was how quickly it dried up later that day.  By the evening, almost nothing was said about the young Saudi taken into custody and then released and all the discussion about the 2-3 additional bombs law enforcement found vanished.  The other thing that I heard nowhere else after the first hour was the problem at the JFK Library, at first it was said there was a bomb blast there, then a fire, and finally nothing.  I looked in the newspapers, listened to the alphabet channel news stations and there was NOTHING.  To me, it’s understandable how the Roswell incident in New Mexico, you know the supposed crash of a UFO got started because the initial news reports release all kinds of unintended information.  Then suddenly, the ones in power realize, “We can’t let this get out” and then all of the interference begins, designed to throw anyone intent on knowing what’s going on off the track.   I believe that this is how our government works and once the censors go to work, all newsworthy information and reports suddenly disappear. 

Radioactive

I think the interesting thing is that no American civilian will ever look at pressure cookers in the same way again as that is the principal ingredient in the formation of the bombs.  Apparently, in both Afghanistan and in Pakistan and also in India where they struggle with Muslim hegemony, pressure cookers are the tools of choice.  They drill a hole in the bottom and put in a fuse, then they fill the thing up with whatever explosives they have on hand and then add the shrapnel: ball bearings, nails, and screws, anything that will tear off limbs, burn people, and blind them.  This is what the U.S. military reports are the primary items used by the Taliban and also seemingly by Hamas and Islamic Jihad in their battles against the Israelis.  Are we now involved in a war in our homeland?  I would not be surprised!

Today, we are making a great soup, one that everyone can easily make and a good one in case one needs to bang out a soup and to do so immediately.  I love working with the Asian noodles but the trick to making them is NOT to cook them for very long lest you turn them into mush.  Trust me, there is nothing worse than making a stellar dish and then discovering that the principal ingredient has been ruined due to lack of attention.  Always prepare the noodles according to the directions on the package so that you do it right!  Here we go:

(#1755) CHINESE NOODLE SOUP

 


Oriental soups are unique in that not only are they delicious, they are also healthy as are most soups.  This one is spectacular, it looks and smells great, is easy to make, and makes a nice change of pace from the norm of cream soups, chili con carne, and whatever else is standard for your home or clientele. 

Yield:  about 3.25-3.5 quarts / Mis-en-place: 1.5-2 hours:
 

 


Qty.
Measure
Item
Other
2
Quarts
Chicken stock
 
1
Each
Bay leaf
 
.5
Cup
Sesame oil
 
.5
Cup
slivered carrots
 
.5
Cup
Slivered celery
 
.5
Cup
Julienned onions
 
.5
Cup
Sliced leeks
 
.25
Cup
Chopped broccoli stalks
Peel them first
1
Tablespoon
Minced shallots
 
1
Tablespoon
Minced fresh garlic
 
1.5
Teaspoons
Minced ginger
 
.75
Teaspoon
Kosher salt
 
.25
Teaspoon
Whole thyme
 
.25
Teaspoon
Chinese Five Spice
 
.5
Cup
All-purpose flour
 
.5
Cup
Soy sauce
 
1
Cup
Diced assorted bell peppers
Blanched
1
Cup
Diced cooked chicken meat
 
.25
Cup
Slivered green onions
 
.125
Cup
Finely-minced fresh parsley flakes
Rinsed and dried
1
Tablespoon
Diced pimientos
 
2
10-oz. pkgs.
Wel-Pac Chinese Noodles
Cooked
Granulated sugar
To taste
Cornstarch slurry as needed
 
The Finish:
1
Cup
Slivered scallions
 

 

Method:

1.     Mis-en-place: have everything ready with which to work! Place the chicken stock into a saucepot and place atop medium-low flame and add the bay leaf. 

2.     In a heavy-duty saucepot or rondeau sprayed with Crisco Pan Release placed over medium flame, add the sesame oil and bring it to a low sizzle.  Add the vegetable mirepoix—carrots through the garlic—as well as the spices.  Begin sautéing the mirepoix/seasonings over low flame, taking care to stir the mixture frequently so that it does not have a chance to scorch.  We want a light, roux-based soup that is fairly thin, just held together by the starch of the noodles and the roux.  Continue cooking the mix until the veggies are tenderized and the air fragrant with the aroma of the mixed herbs and spices. 

3.     Begin stirring in the flour at this point, taking care to raise the heat to medium-high.  In addition, at this point, increase the flame under the first pot, bringing it close to a boil.  As you add the flour, constantly whisk it taking care to scrape the sides of the pot so as to allow NOTHING to scorch and thereby ruin the flavor of the finished soup.  Continue cooking the roux until it fluffs up and is somewhat blond. 

4.     Now, begin whisking in the boiling liquid from the first pot taking care to whisk continually so that nothing clumps up or has an opportunity to scorch.  Add the liquid gradually, taking care to whisk furiously so that it combines as quickly as possible and that lumps are nowhere in sight.  When you have completely added the liquid, continue whisking the soup for another one-two minutes; then, drop the flame to a low simmer and allow the soup to perk over low flame. 

5.     After 10-15 minutes, check the flavor of the soup and readjust it as necessary with the given spices.  If you feel it needs a bit of sweetness, add some granulated sugar but take care NOT to overdo it lest you make it too sugary.  Add the soy sauce and the next five ingredients—up to and including—the pimientos.   Keep warm until needed but note if it is too thin, raise the temperature and quickly add some cornstarch slurry but pay attention to the fact that the noodles’ starch is going to tighten it considerably if you add the noodles to the soup and not to order.

6.     Cook the noodles as per the directions on the bag and take care NOT to cook a second longer.  If you have doubt that you did overcook them, immediately plunge them into a bowl of ice water to stop any further cooking.  Then drain and rinse them and if need be, spin them dry in a salad spinner so that they are NOT overly wet. 

7.     To serve your Chinese noodle soup, serve it to order or combine it with the remaining ingredients and serve in a soup tureen.  To serve it to order, place cups or bowls atop doily-lined underliners, add a clump of noodles, top it with a portion of soup and finally, garnish each serving with slivered scallions.  Accompany with soy sauce, Thai hot sauce, or anything else you deem necessary. 

8.     Always pour leftover portions into shallow pans placed atop cooling racks.  It is best to store the noodles separately from the soup so be quick to reduce the internal temperature of the soup to 45°F or less and then get it into the refrigerator to finish cooling.  When it is very cold, below 40°F, pour the soup into a sanitized airtight container equipped with a tight-fitting lid.  Label, date, and keep refrigerated when not in use taking care to use the soup within 1-2 days.  Always reheat the soup to 165°F and if necessary, cook fresh noodles.  Never return leftover amounts to the parent batch as this can cause it to sour and possibly spoil. 

Every chef needs a good oriental soup for special nights and this one is a good one, quick and easy, a pleasure to eat, and one you definitely are going to enjoy!

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UNDERSTANDING AMERICA

          One thing I think all of us must come to grips with is the fact that our nation is the center in the war on terror.  It’s not in Afghanistan nor is it in the Middle East.  It also does not reside in Africa or in Latin America, no, it resides here.  Since the late 1970’s, what with the expulsion of the Shah of Iran and the rise of Ayatollah Khomeini, our nation has been on the hit list of all Islamic Jihadists.  They are mad because we would not hand over the Shah to be tortured like a dog and eventually put to death and they are mad because we supported Saddam Hussein in his lengthy war with the Iranian radicals.  Yes, we then dumped poor old Saddam and became his enemy but in so doing, we removed the one regional power that held the Iranians in check, a major fault committed by George W. Bush.  They began attacking our airliners, hijacking them, committing atrocities on Americans and other westerners and from there it eventually led us to the terror attacks of the 1990’s while Bill Clinton was president through President Bush and now with the Obama Administration.  As most of you know, last Tuesday and even the night before, the leaders of America were blaming the Sequester for this transgression rather than the true terrorists—this is how the nation is, it’s heading for the rocks.  Anyhow, we will discuss more on this tomorrow, we do hope that all of you return and join us for Hump Day, the most important day of the week.  God bless, and please, buy some CDs by Frank Zappa and/or the Mothers of Invention, I beg you!   Have a great one!                                            

 
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Gervais writes from Frazier Park, CA.

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