Throw Back Thursday (Chicken Chow Mein) – The Wolfe Pit

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This is the first Throw Back Thursday video and it’s a Chicken Chow Mein video way back from 2014! It’s just kinda of me making fun of me video. Hope YOU The People Enjoy!

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  1. TheWolfePit
    TheWolfePit says:

    This is the first Throw Back Thursday video and it's a Chicken Chow Mein video way back from 2014! It's just kinda of me making fun of me video. Hope YOU The People Enjoy!

    Link to original video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyZN37NQZsg

    SUBSCRIBE – https://goo.gl/6hkChx

    Help support The Wolfe Pit! – https://goo.gl/98hVCN

    Make a One Time Donation! – https://goo.gl/4BMDva

    Items I use in my videos – https://goo.gl/kah8h4

    Check out my other channel – https://goo.gl/P6H5ee

    Social Media Links:

    Website – https://TheWolfePit.Com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/381019335339668/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheWolfePit

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewolfepit/

    Website: http://www.thewolfepit.com

    "Broken Reality" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

    Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License

    http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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  2. sidecarnutz
    sidecarnutz says:

    I worked in a Chinese restaurant in Pittsburgh in the 70's. Our Chop Suey was simply simmered celery and onion with broth and thickened in corn starch. We'd add the meat of choice to it as t he customer wanted. The Chow Mein was just chop suey served over some crunchy chow mein noodles with the rice and the meat of choice. A very basic and simple dish. But delicious and very popular. Same dish served with either ice or rice with crunchy noodles.

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  3. adam tuel
    adam tuel says:

    you have a wonderful personality and it really comes thru in the enjoyable videos.. I cant wait to watch them as soon as i see they r posted!!! Thank You from Beloit Ohio adam t

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  4. andrew wilson
    andrew wilson says:

    Just wanted to say congratulations on the way you have handled your mobility and dexterity issues in your videos. You don't let us feel that you are in any way restricted in your work. Seeing this video made me realise what has been happening.

    I don't want to appear mawkish, but you have my respect and admiration.

    Thanks.

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  5. Baron Von Grijffenbourg
    Baron Von Grijffenbourg says:

    0:250:46 Wise words to life by, for sure. I think the world would be a much better place if we all just laughed at ourselves every once in a while and didn't take everything so damn serious all the time.
    For what it's worth, these videos always put a smile on my face. So, thank you for that!

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  6. PK Matt
    PK Matt says:

    I grew up on the west coast, and when I was a kid in the early 80's chow mein was some kind of meat and veggies that you would serve onto a bed of crunchy, crispy dry noodles. Then the softer pan-fried noodles showed up, and that seemed to be what chow mein became, and it became rare to find it the "old" way. This kind of reminds me of the way I used to get it. I will have to try this one out!!!

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