Waffle Iron Ramen
Waffling ramen gives it a crispy texture with extra-browned spots.
Innovating Organic Recipes on the Farm
Nancy Singleton Hachisu's first book, Japanese Farm Food, sold over 30,000 copies, leading to a regular spot on a national variety show.
Buddhism Through the Stomach
A Buddhist monk shares his religion through cooking and cookbooks.
11 Instant Ramen Hacks You Have To Try
The list gets a little abstract toward the end, but the first three concepts—grilled cheese, pizza and gnocchi—look like legitimate fun.
Make Your Own Ramen Burger
Want to make one of Time Magazine's most influential burgers? Just ignore the well-intentioned (but sadly wrong) explanation of the meaning of the word ramen.
The King of Japanese Chili Peppers
With its thick, soft, sweet flesh, the beauty of the manganji pepper is it can be successfully cooked in a number of ways.
Umami: The 5th Dimension of Taste
Salty, sweet, sour and bitter are familiar terms to describe taste. Yet a fifth, umami, is less well-known but just as prevalent.
Bake Your Own Ramen Cake
Sounds like a terrible idea, right? Not to worry: it's not what you think.
Ant Man Ramen?
Cute ramen? Who knew? This video tutorial brings kawaii into the kitchen and shows what goes into the tiniest bowl of ramen we’ve ever seen!
Rich & Creamy Vegan Ramen
One brave cook ascended Mount Ramen to return with possibly the best vegan bowl ever made. Here's how you can, too.
Ramen Crust Pizza?!
It's got gooey melted cheese. It's got a robust tomato sauce that balances zestiness and sweetness with just the right bit of zip. It just happens to be made with noodles instead of dough.
15 Seriously Funky Ramen Hacks
From faux pho to ramen poutine and ramepherd's pie, we've got you covered.
The Edible World of Okonomiyaki Art
Start with floral designs and work your way up to JoJo, Totoro or Levi Ackerman.
Make Yourself a Ramen Pot Pie
This is basically just chicken pot pie with ramen in it, but why not?
Yakumi: Condiments with a Healthy Twist
Directly translated as 'medicine' (yaku) 'taste' (mi), yakumi originally served as antidotes to a variety of ailments.