Friday, October 29, 2010

Lo-Mein

In California we called this dish "chow mein" or "house chow mein". But here in Texas, they called it "Lo mein". I thought they tastes the same. I always order the "house" noodle because it has a variety of meat in it. It's cooked with shrimp, pork, chicken, beef and vegetables. I like it here in Texas ($5.29) better because Chinese food is way cheaper than in California ($6.99).







21 diner's comment:

seth said...

Wow! I love this...it looks yummy!

David said...

we call it lo mien too! yummy!

Cheerful said...

wow, this looks so delicious...the shrimp is calling me! :) happy food trip friday! :)

Cecile said...

yum! i agree...foods here are cheaper than in CA...

Luna Miranda said...

everything in California is more expensive!:p the reason why i seldom shop in California--i do all my shopping in Texas before going home.:p

Vernz said...

dhemz, mahurot ni nimu.. kadaghan ani no.. pero.. sige... hawani kay sugdan na.. isa ka tarong coke diha.. hahaha... salamat sa laag.

zh3en22 said...

Looks so delicious, except the beef!

mirage2g said...

Lo Mein means tossed noodles, while chow mein or chao mian means fried noodles...so there's the difference. Whichever, let me have mine! ;-) Yum!

-Gizelle

♥♥ Willa ♥♥ said...

Sarap sis, I like the way your photographed it,so up close and yummyness!!! :)

☆Mama Ko☆ said...

yum kalami sa inyong lo mien diha. diri ky bati ug nawong ilang lo mien tsang nya parat sd.

timan an ko ng house lo mien ky saksak sinagol. naa pa diha bayot?

kat said...

sound Lumen or Lomeng..nyahaha

Anne said...

agoy kalamisis... sus maau pa jud diha oi naay mapalit nga nice nga food dire ambot lang milyunes man ug mokaon sa gawas oi... makaguol imbes mabusog unta...

Btw, pasayloa kay ang busy busyhan nga tawo karon pa nakalugsong hahay... usahay gani dili na ilabot ang assignment sa school kay gituman ang uban hahah... saon nalang!

chubskulit said...

Pagkasarap naman nyan sis!

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Who Is Afraid of Alfred Hitchcock? said...

Hi! Dhemz...
I love to eat Chinese dishes, but I have never eaten
"chow mein" or "house chow mein"... before...Therefore, the next time I order take-out, I will order chow mein.
Once again, thanks for sharing!
DeeDee ;-D

imriz said...

i just had my breakfast...was hungry again, seeing this! photo plng gusto ko na xa itake out.

salamat sa maraming komento dhemz, nakakatuwa ka. wished you'll have more "blogging earnings"...pa-share, haha.

happy weekend. mwahhh

Jay - agent112778 said...

cooking that noddles is a big trick fro me so eating its in resto is the best way for me to enjoy it

here's my food TRIP friday entry

MommyLES said...

nakakagutom naman to

AnneYP said...

ang sarap nman nito. parang gusto ko kumain tuloy..sira ang diet :)

AnneYP

Mrs. Kolca said...

wahoooowww! kalami ni kaayo oi..

torque15 said...

aguy, 12noon na diri, gutumon ta ani imong picture dhemz. duol pud sya sa name diri nga lumen noh. mao diay...

Clarissa said...

Oh my!Masarap ipang-take-out to^_^