The renaissance of ramen

11th November, 2014 by

By caramie schnell

Say “ramen,” and what comes to mind? Is it 59-cent dinner in college? Bricks of dehydrated noodles with questionable provenance eclipsed only by the small foil packet of unidentified seasoning that is also included in the package? This association is not unfounded. After all, it seems as if almost everyone has at least some experience with the grocery store-style version of ramen, for better or for worse. However, comparing real ramen, the kind that has captured the world’s taste buds for the past few years, to the packaged variety is like comparing skiing in North Carolina with resorts in Colorado: …

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