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RAMEN 101

 

From Wikipedia

Ramen basics

From norecipes.com blog

NY Ippudo style ramen recipe

Home made noodles

 

 

Ramen-Off Fundraiser for Disaster Relief

Benefiting Second Harvest Japan

When

7/21/11, Thursday,
6:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

Where

Create Catering, 1121 Jackson St. NE,
Minneapolis, MN 55413 Directions

EVENT RECAPS

Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods / Molly's blog
Style Laboratory
City Pages' The Hot Dish Blog

IN THE NEWS

Heavy Table, James Norton on July 12, 2011
City Page, Rachel Hutton Tue., Jul. 12 2011
Cities97, Morning Show on July 14, 2011
MSPmag.com, Stephanie March on July 18, 2011
MinnesotaMonthly.com, Stephanie Meyer on July 19, 2011
MPR News, Dan Olson on July 19, 2011
Thrillist.com, July 20, 2011

ON TWITTER

Event Hashtag: #eatramenfeedjapan
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PHOTOS

VIDEOS

Eat Ramen/Help Japan will be a gathering of top local chefs and eaters as they celebrate the craft of ramen while helping to feed the survivors of the Japan earthquake and tsunami.

What better time than now to throw the first ramen-off in the Twin Cities, and help the native land that inspires the dish? On Thursday, July 21st a gaggle of local chefs will come together at the Create Catering Dining Studio with their own signature ramen dish to be sampled by eaters and judged by a panel of experts in the hopes of earning Top Ramen honors. Of course we have Masu and moto-i competing, but can Russell Klein of Meritage and Jack Riebel of Dakota crank out the goods? Let's face it, ramen/noodle soups have long been the late-night sustenance for many chefs and most are just itching for a reason to cook something new.

WHAT: Ramen-off! Come sample chef-created ramen dishes and see what's evolving in the world of noodles. Each chef will sample their signature ramen, created with ramen donated by Sun Noodle, in an effort to win bragging rights and a fabulously crafty ramen crown. DJ NAK will help set the tone, and there will be beer/beverages for purchase.

Cost is $10 for entrance, which guarantees one bowl of ramen. Additional bowls may be purchased at the event.

WHY: Second Harvest Japan is struggling to meet the need of the families affected by the tsunami. It is our goal to help feed those in Japan with a $5,000 donation from funds raised by this event.

On-street and free lot parking will be available.