I love noodles. Give me oodles.
Make a mound up to the sun.
Noodles are my favorite foodles.
I eat noodles by the ton.
Whether or not that is the right poem, the point is that I have always loved noodles. 2-minute noodles, Top Ramen, whatever they are called in your neck of the woods -- we ate them for lunch every weekend and referred to them as "oodles of noodles". As in, "I'm going to make some oodles of noodles, do you want some?" Only I can't remember sharing, so that sentence may be wrong.
Although I avoid the heavily processed 2-minute noodles these days, I still love a good noodly meal.
This one is mung bean vermicelli, with shredded carrot and sweet potato (side note: if you haven't tried raw grated sweet potato in salads yet, what are you waiting for?!), green peas, some peanuts, and an asian-ish dressing of soy sauce and sesame oil and sweet chilli. Yummy but still healthy, and a good weekend lunch.
Whenever we eat noodles, Andy tries to make sure I get enough veggies, or seitan, or whatever else is in the meal alongside the noodles -- I think that he thinks he's doing me a favour. But really, if my bowl was 90% noodles, I would be happy with that.