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  • Ramen Essay

    The Ramen Diet It 's almost midnight and you 're still up studying. You hear your stomach rumble and you just realize you haven 't eaten yet. There 's not enough time for you to cook something up and you don 't want to eat a snack. The perfect solution, ramen. In a few minutes your cup noodles are ready for you to eat. Have you ever noticed that a lot of students tend to eat cup ramen more than other foods? They 're on this budget called the ramen diet. Ramen first appeared in Japan in 1910, when Chinese cooks, at a restaurant in Tokyo, tried to make a signature dish using broth and Chinese noodles. Chinese noodles are more yellow and elastic then Japanese noodles. Their dough was kneaded with kansui, a sodium carbonate infused mineral water. The dish was originally called shina (China) soba (buckwheat noodles). After a few years, it started to become popular, so other restaurants started to make their own versions. The name changed to Ramen, which means pulled noodles because traditional Chinese noodles were pulled. La mian are the Chinese version of ramen or the original version that it was based off. It was believed to have been created around the being of China, when farmers were learning the secrets of wheat. They stretch and knead with both hands while their fingers slowly shred pieces of noodles. The process is one of traditions still kept in China from ancestors. In 1958, the first instant ramen, Chicken Ramen too, was created by Nissin Foods. It was a big hit, so…

    Words: 1290 - Pages: 6
  • Analysis Of Tampopo By Juzo Itami

    In Japanese film there is a flowing trend of a desexualized mothers. In this essay the interpretation is of both Japanese Horror, and Japanese Noodle Western. In movies such as Like Dark Water and Tampopo the reoccurring trend of the asexual mother is shown. Through the articles of The Ambivalent Self of the Contemporary Japanese, Filming “Chinatown: Fake Visions, Bodily Transformations, and Introduction to Japanese Horror Film the mix of the Western, Japanese and Chinese’s cultures intertwined.…

    Words: 1254 - Pages: 5
  • Descriptive Essay: Shizuoka Gourmet Showdown Stir Shelley Noodles

    It is jam-packed with complex and bold flavors, just one bite of this delightful dish will excite your senses. These quick and easy curry plain udon noodles are full of flavor giving you an authentic and uncompromised curry experience. The curry paste is a combination of fresh spices such as chilis, star anise, cumin, garlic and cinnamon, vegetables and herbs. A velvety and smooth sauce, Japanese curry with udon noodles is a delicate, savory dish. The udon noodles are neutral in flavor, thick,…

    Words: 901 - Pages: 4
  • My Vacation To Thailand Essay

    three days. Hua Hin was a beautiful beach town with warm waters and fresh seafood. My family and I practically spent all three days eating fried fish and relaxing on an infinity pool near the beach. School and soccer never crossed my mind. It was only when we were on our seven hour car ride back to my grandparent's house that I realized I was going to be able to play a game of soccer. "Guess what?" my grandma said. "What?" I replied. "It turns out that your cousin is head coach for a soccer…

    Words: 1170 - Pages: 5
  • Description: The Duel From Electric Dreams '

    They end up losing their minds and driving up to an open field looking like a gang with a bat about to beat someone to death and destroy that printer while enjoying the show. Act: Samir, Michael, and Peter run out of patience and destroy the office printer after having enough of the paper jams and udon work. Agency: In order to destroy the printer with complete closure, they make sure to use a bat to loosen their anger while smashing the printer. Agent: Samir, Peter, and Michael; the three…

    Words: 928 - Pages: 4
  • Restaurant Analysis

    the squid was unimpeachably fresh - then the horseradish washed away the lingering aftertaste. Another sushi that was memorable was of grilled Geoduck clam with homemade soy sauce. The soy sauce dripped over many fine lines and creases, covering the clam and creating a slightly chewy and viscous texture. The fragrance of the clam was amplified as it was grilled over charcoal and dressed lightly with rock salt before the soy sauce was drizzled on the clam. By boiling apples and pears with the…

    Words: 798 - Pages: 4
  • Isolation In Whites Only By Yasuko Ross

    the crisp white linins, she thought about the trip she took to the grocery store the previous day. The trip was like a woody nightshade vine, bittersweet. It all started off well. She stepped out of her big Oldsmobile in a neatly pressed flowery dress and walked swiftly to the front doors of the supermarket with her toddler son. She saw a big sign in the front that read " Whites Only" she often asked her husband "私は白の資格がありますか?Watashi wa shiro no shikaku ga arimasu ka?" (do I qualify as white?)…

    Words: 780 - Pages: 4
  • 8 Unique Ways Japanese Schools Are Different From Other Schools Essay

    TOPIC: "8 Unique Ways Japanese Schools Are Different From other Schools" In today's world education has become so important that without education , you are not going anywhere in this world. Educational methods include storytelling, discussion, teaching, training, and directed research. Education is not recieved it is achived. FACT: According to International educational scores (latest, 2007) Japan is ranked 4 in education. But one must know " curiosity is the spark behind the spark of…

    Words: 867 - Pages: 4
  • Swot Analysis Of Sushi King

    We take Sushi King Sdn Bhd Kampar outlet as our target of research. Sushi King Kampar was one of the franchises under Sushi King Sdn Bhd. The outlet was located in Tesco Kampar. For Sushi King Kampar, there are no major competitors as Kampar is still considering as a developing town. But there was new rise of Japanese cuisine after the number of students in University nearby increase. In Bandar Baru area, there are Shunka, Esu Udon House, Shomin Sushi, E-Bento and Niko Niko Onigiri Restaurant. …

    Words: 1145 - Pages: 5
  • Creative Writing: The Farm

    had had a good run since the 1960's when the U.S. first got involved in Southeast Asia. Logistical operations for Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos were coordinated through the Joint U.S. Military Advisory Group (JUSMAG), which was located in Bangkok and executed from U.S. bases inside the country. The signing of the Paris Peace Accord in January 1973 signifying the official end of the Vietnam war did not deter the U.S. presence in Southeast Asia, but it did significantly reduce the number of…

    Words: 1350 - Pages: 6
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