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David Chang and Kathy Griffin on Jimmy Fallon: Ramen Noodles and Booze

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Momofuku's David Chang was on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night. Joining them was none other than D-lister Kathy Griffin.

"Feed me, feed me," Kathy chants even before Chang starts to demo some of his creations, which include piña coladas (hint: Use frozen fruit instead of ice for an undiluted frozen beverage), and ramen noodles alfredo.

What results is a college kid's dream meal -- ramen noodles in butter and cheese with a boozy frozen blender drink for dessert. Watch here:


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