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Unfortunately, eating late at night is inevitable, due to my work hours and the fact that eating like a pig right after work just feels so good!

There aren’t a lot of twenty-four-hour options, so I usually end up with odd combinations of what I can get at the corner store and what happens to be in my condiment-filled fridge. The other night in particular was fruitful. Wei Lih, an iconic instant noodle from Taiwan, and the sour and piquant flavor of Sánchez Romero Carvajal chorizo from the 5J’s ham farm in the south of Spain, sautéed with spicy salted mustard cabbage. Topped off with Lexington Brewing’s Kentucky Kolsch and a pirated copy of Anchorman 2, my Sunday night of excess was complete.

Photo: Courtesy of Max Levy

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