Sesame noodles

Guys. We need to talk. This whole people eating other people thing? WHAT IS HAPPENING?

I can’t even have a serious conversation about it because it’s just so ridiculous. How is this even a thing? We’re really at a point where one person is eating another person’s face off?! I went out with some friends on Friday night and I swear we must have talked about this for at least 75% of the night. Started at dinner and just followed us from one bar to the next. And again, I am completely aware that this is an extremely serious situation but THIS GUY ATE ANOTHER GUY’S FACE. And then! We all had to be reassured that Zombies were not, in fact, taking over so at some point the fact that Zombies were not, in fact, taking over was breaking news. Breaking!

And the whole bath salt thing? I can’t even.  We’re taking drugs that look like bath salts (sidenote: up until about an hour ago I thought the guy had ingested actual bath salts. Like for a bath. Totally didn’t realize that was just the name for this drug. Ha.) and we’re eating people’s faces. You know how every few weeks stories will come out about people who are still mad about the fact that some of the characters in The Hunger Games are not white? Or how there are girls who tweet about how they’d let Chris Brown beat them up? Or how some politician did something stupid. For the third time. Just really ridiculous things that make you sad for the future of our world? The running joke on these situations is always “I don’t want to live in this world anymore,” right? Har har.

Not a joke anymore. I can handle stupidity. I can’t handle this.

Listen, just promise me something. Please don’t do drugs, especially bath salts. And if you do, please don’t eat my face. I’ll make you some noodles instead. Deal?

Sesame Noodles (serves 4)

1/2 lb linguine

1T + 1t sesame oil

1/4 cup tahini paste

3 T water

2 t chili oil

3 T soy sauce

2 T red wine vinegar

1/4 cup canola oil

2 T garlic, minced

3 green onions, chopped

1 cup cooked chicken, shredded

1/2 cup shredded carrots

Cook pasta according to package directions. Drain, rinse and toss with a teaspoon of sesame oil. Set aside.

Whisk together water, chili oil, soy sauce, vinegar, canola oil and garlic. Pour over pasta and toss with green onions, chicken and carrots.

Serve cold or at room temperature.

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