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A Woman, a Gun and a Noodle Shop
Surprisingly, Zhang Yimou's Chinese remake of the Coen brothers' debut film, Blood Simple, winds up something of a limp noodle.
Film Review  September 24, 2010, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Sun Hunglei, Xiao Shenyang, Yan Ni, Ni Dahong, Cheng Ye and Mao Mao. What sounds as though it ought to be delicious – this Chinese remake of Joel and Ethan Coen’s debut film, Blood Simple – winds up, instead, a soggy noodle..."

Food Story  January 10, 2003, by MM Pack
"...Noodle-ism107 W. Fifth, 275-9988..."

Chen's Noodle House
Zhao 'George' Chen's knife-cut noodles make us swoon
Food Review  February 27, 2009, by Mick Vann
"...Zhao "George" Chen, along with his wife, "Shelly," and his mom, Minsheng, has brought to Austin a unique treat from the Shanxi province of northern China: dao xiao mian, or "knife-cut" noodles. Made from wheat flour (no rice grown in those parts), the dough is formed into a long rectangular loaf resting on a board cradled with the left arm..."

Kung Fu Panda
Jack Black's animated Po may be an animated panda bear, but deep down, he’s really just a nerd with a pop-culture obsession.
Film Review  June 6, 2008, by Josh Rosenblatt
"...In Kung Fu Panda’s opening scene (animated in a gorgeous, throwback, two-dimensional style that suggests both the work of Jamie Hewlett and Indonesian shadow-puppet theatre), Po imagines himself as a great martial-arts master teaming up with local heroes the Furious Five (featuring a monkey, tigress, viper, crane, and praying mantis) to defeat vast and evil armies. Of course, in reality (disappointingly three-dimensional, Pixar-like reality) Po is a master of nothing; he’s just the rotund son of a noodle-shop owner living in a small Chinese village who gets his kicks playing with action figures in his bedroom..."

The Tigger Movie
Bats in the Hundred-Acre Wood?! For a moment there I thought I'd stumbled into Winnie the Goth, but no, this first full-length foray to the big screen for Disney's beloved...
Film Review  February 18, 2000, by Marc Savlov
"...Starring: Tom Attenborough, Kath Soucie, Andre Stojka, Peter Cullen, John Fiedler, Ken Sansom, Nikita Hopkins and Jim Cummings. Bats in the Hundred-Acre Wood?! For a moment there I thought I'd stumbled into Winnie the Goth, but no, this first full-length foray to the big screen for Disney's beloved Winnie the Pooh franchise is as predictably tame as the fluff in Pooh bear's noodle, and therein lies its charm..."

Chinese director Zhou Xiaowen's Ermo is an intriguing blend of sly irony and occasional outbursts of physical comedy, much like its namesake character, who is deftly played by Alia. Ermo's...
Film Review  July 28, 1995, by Alison Macor
"...Ermo's son becomes enamored of this ultimate symbol of consumer culture, spending most of his free time at the neighbors'. The television and the family's apparent disposable income grate on Ermo's nerves as she daily schleps her twisty noodles to sell at the local market..."

Future Pasta
Local company makes it easier to eat your veggies
DAILY Food  July 21, 2015, by Serena Yeh
"...A huge bowl of pasta may be great comfort food, but it isn’t exactly health food. New local supplier Veggie Noodle Co., however, is trying to change that with packaged spiralized vegetables that may be the best of both worlds...."

Jonathan Toubin Benefits
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and others aid Jonathan Toubin
DAILY Music  December 16, 2011, by Greg Beets
"...My old pal and former Noodle bandmate Jonathan Toubin remains in ICU at a Portland, Ore., hospital, recovering from serious injuries sustained when a taxicab crashed into his hotel room Dec. 8...."

Local Soups for Surviving Winter
Five favorite soup spots to try during this arctic blast
DAILY Food  December 7, 2017, by Reanna Zuniga
"...Xian Sushi and Noodle (all noodles are hand-pulled and made with wheat flour) Vegetable Noodle Soup Tom Yam Chicken Noodle Soup Beef Hand-pulled Noodles Shoyu Ramen Red Braised Beef Noodles..."

Chen Z Hot Pot and Noodle Bar
Fresh ingredients and generous portions highlight this noodle bar
Food Review  June 15, 2012, by Mick Vann
"...Chen Z Hot Pot and Noodle Bar2700 Anderson Ln. #212; 336-8888 Daily, 11am-10pm"

TC Noodle House
Not-to-be-missed noodle house outdoes the owners' first establishment, Tien Hong
Food Review  February 1, 2008, by Claudia Alarcón
"...TC Noodle House10901 N. Lamar Ste..."

That's Amore!
Food Story  December 4, 1998, by Ronna N. Welsh
"...Classic Thai puts out a real groaning board of a buffet: two soups, eight or nine entrees, two or three noodles, two or three salads, and two desserts with fresh fruit. Soups on my visits have included Coconut Milk Chicken Soup and Sour and Spicy Chicken Soup, both made with rich, spicy stocks laden with tender chicken chunks and no scrimping on the herbs that give Thai soups their pizazz..."

Thai Me Up, Thai Me Down
A Sampling of Thai Restaurants Around Austin
Food Story  March 27, 1998
"...Yet with the exception of pad Thai, Thailand's national noodle dish made famous by Bangkok's street vendors, Thai cuisine remains largely enigmatic in America. Although it is often perceived to be a fiery variant of Chinese food, in fact only a few elements - most notably noodles and stir-fries - owe their introduction to the Chinese..."

Using Their Noodles
Two local eateries make an art out of hand-pulled pasta
Food Story  July 23, 2015, by Serena Yeh
"...If patrons peer through a glass window into the kitchen, they can see the chef pushing and pressing, twisting and twirling, stretching out and drawing in a roughly 6-inch dough. In about 20 seconds, the chef transforms into an artist, just as the dough transforms into one long strand of noodles..."

Noodle-ism is ideal for a mixed group of carnivores, vegetarians, and vegans. And even though the food is fast, it never feels like fast food.
Food Review  September 10, 2004, by Wes Marshall
"...Noodle-ism4404 W. William Cannon, 899-8862..."

Feast of the Dragon
Hong Kong Sundays at the Alamo bring watermelon monsters and world-class Asian cuisine together.
Food Story  August 1, 2003, by Claudia Alarcón
"...One fateful afternoon, Karrie took Tim to lunch at Noodle-ism, just down the street from the downtown Drafthouse, where she often eats lunch during her workweek. After a couple of bites of food, Tim had an idea..."

Food Story  August 12, 1999
"...It also produces some of the finest (and least expensive) sandwiches in the city -- try the gourmet, meatball, pork roll, or the chicken for a fast taste treat. Ba Le has a number of soups and noodle dishes, and the sesame beef jerky (available by the bag as well) and shredded papaya salad plate shouldn't be missed...."

Expanding Horizons
Sampling the Old and New Austin-Area Restaurants That Are Changing With the Times
Food Story  April 18, 2003
"...Thai Noodles Etc.17051 FM 1325, 246-8005..."

Essential Food for Chinese New Year in Austin
Top-notch dishes to ring in the Year of the Dog
DAILY Food  February 15, 2018, by Mae Hamilton
"...Julie’s Handmade Noodles..."

10 Austin Food Trucks to Fuel Your SXSW Fun
Because you can't get all your calories from beer
DAILY Food  March 16, 2017, by Thea Newell
"...Pair your meal with a coffee or beer from Radio’s extensive menu, or have them crack open a fresh young coconut for you. [image-7] DFG Noodles This noodle food truck features Southeast Asian noodle dishes from Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, and others..."

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