Louder than Life: Miss May I Vocalist Levi Benton’s Levi Slop

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On October 4-5, the first-ever Louder than Life festival will bring music, whiskey, and “gourmet man food” together in Louisville, Kentucky. We’re counting down to the big weekend with recipes from some of the performing artists themselves, as well as band-inspired cocktails courtesy of one of our favorite rock-and-roll bars, Idle Hands at 25 Avenue B in New York City. We’ll be posting these every week until the last week of September when all the recipes and cocktails will be compiled in a Louder than Life eBook that will be available free download.

We’re also offering you, the fans, the chance to get your favorite band-inspired recipe or cocktail in the eBook. Email your recipe to: submit@revolvermag.com

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Here is Miss May I vocalist Levi Benton’s Levi Slop.

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I always grew up on Ramen noodles because I never knew how to cook. But then after eating the same flavor for years you start throwing in some stuff. I always hated how dry they felt, so I started adding Italian dressing. Then I needed some protein–so I thought the laziest meat to get my hands on was canned tuna. Then the peas were added to fill the bowl so it was a hefty meal. After a while, my little brothers loved it and started asking for it. Now when they come my house, it’s a nightly meal and a throwback for the whole gang.

Ingredients:

  • 1 pack of ramen noodles (chicken flavored)
  • 2 cans of canned tuna (water)
  • 2 tablespoons spoons of Italian dressing
  • 1 can of peas

How to cook:

First off, I make the noodles and I keep the seasoning out until the end. Then, I add the tuna after draining it. Next, pour the Italian dressing in to your liking. Mix together, then add the can of peas on top of the chicken seasoning and give it one more mix and you should be good to go!

 

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