Definition of ramen
: quick-cooking egg noodles usually served in a broth with bits of meat and vegetables
Recent Examples of ramen from the Web
Patients at an alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility in Fort Worth were beaten, tied to chairs and allowed to eat only a package of ramen noodles a day, police said.
Food items include: Slim Jims, foil tuna packs, crackers, hot chocolate, oatmeal, ramen noodles, snack and breakfast bars and trail mix, among other items.
But Martinez says that the ramen shop is just a two-day thing, not a hint of things to come.
Its smaller box, which costs $59.94, feeds two people for three meals, and includes recipes such as spicy Korean-style chicken and roasted onion miso ramen.
But there are plenty of writers eating ramen on a friend’s couch who would gladly upgrade to four nights in a hotel, along with a $400 mall gift card and a $2,500 honorarium.
PekoPeko Ramen Backstory: After graduating from the Johns Hopkins University, owner David Forster, who grew up in Japan, worked at ramen restaurants in New York.
In May 2016, Patrick Fleming and Brannon Riceci joined the fried-chicken sandwich battlefield with Boke Dokie, a spin-off of the fried chicken served as a bao filling at their inner Southeast Portland ramen shop, Boke Bowl.
The pork belly served in the Tonkotsu ($14) and Shoyu ($13) ramen bowls is marinated in citrus before being broiled.
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Origin and Etymology of ramen
First Known Use: 1962See Words from the same year
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Definition of ramen for English Language Learners
: very thin, long noodles used in Asian cooking
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