You had me at ramen

Chef Gretchen Hanson | ramen

You had me at ramen….

Lucky me.

Miyagi’s owner and chef, Kim Jeong Hoon, did my podcast Food Therapy with me this week.

Born in Korea, Kim (as he is commonly known) brings to his passion for Asian food to our little corner of the world. Miyagi’s has traditional Japanese style ramen which Kim hearned how to prepare from a noodle master.

Chef Gretchen Hanson | ramen

The menu is also a fusion of Asian recipes inspired by his childhood and working in his mother’s restaurant in Seoul.

Some of the ramen soup bases can take as long as twenty four hours to prepare and all the components of the menu are made from scratch. Miyagi’s is hosting an off season special of $10 ramen night on Wednesday’s.

Chef Gretchen Hanson | ramen

Kim and I explore the cultural differences between Korea and America and his unique perspective as an immigrant and business owner.

Listen here on Rehoboth Social Podcast Network

If you are inspired to try some labor intensive soup bases yourself, follow this link to find my vegan Pho recipe (pronounced fuh) to prepare for next week’s featured guest Thinh Pham of Minh’s Bistro.

Peace and ramen

Chef Gretchen Hanson | ramen
Chef Gretchen Hanson


PS if you are in the Delmarva region you can catch me 11/5 on DelmarvaLife FB LIVE at 12:30 and at 5PM on WBOC Delmarva Life



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