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Welcome to the Way of Ramen podcast! In this series I interview Ramen chefs and people in the industry to learn the secrets to make better ramen. Whether you are a home cook or an aspiring ramen shop owner, you should find something interesting in every episode! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/support
 
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Just wanted to share this conversation! Please let me know what you think because I have other ones with people like Keizo Shimamoto that I feel would be a waste if I'm the only one who gets to hear it. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/support
 
Well, we did it boys, on this episode, I sit down with the legend himself, Keizo Shimamoto. To many aspiring ramen chefs, Keizo is considered one of, if not the best ramen chef in America. His passion for ramen is unrivaled and his dedication to the pursuit of ramen is truly inspiring. Many outside of the world of ramen know him as the creator of t…
 
In today's episode I sit down with Jake vo, the general manager and head chef of Yume wo Katare in Boston Masechusetts. Yume wo katare is a dream workshop, a place where people can come and declare their dreams publicly while also eating a huge bowl of Yume ramen. In this episode, which is very different than other episodes of this podcast, Jake sh…
 
in today's episode, I sit down with the man the myth the legend himself of the ramen community, Preston Landers. Preston, who is often just referred to by his first name by long-time ramen nerds, is an incredibly talented and thoughtful chef who is known for blurring the lines of eastern and western cooking when making ramen. His ramen challenges t…
 
On today's episode, we have a man that really needs no introduction, the one and only ramen lord back on the podcast to share his hot takes on many popular topics and talking points that get floated around the ramen world. Mike and I have been talking about these kinds of things regularly through Instagram etc but there was never a place where he j…
 
on today's show, we have the one and only Sho Spaeth, our favorite ramen loving contributor to the mega-popular food website serious eats. Follow Sho on Instagram (@shospaeth) Sho's work on serious eats: https://www.seriouseats.com/editors/sho-spaeth Follow me on Instagram: https://instagram.com/wayoframen Support the Show on Patreon: https://patre…
 
In today's episode, I sit down with Jamie MacAulay the Chef and co-owner of CODA ramen in Halifax nova scotia. Jamie has been making ramen for a very long time both at home and professionally. He fell in love with ramen while living and working in kitchens in Vancouver, and later when he moved back to Halifax learned to make it with a mentor throug…
 
On today's episode I sit down with Professor Ken Alabala, A food historian from the University of the Pacific. Ken has written 25 books on the history of food, one of which was completely dedicated to noodle soups. Ken came onto my radar when I was doing research for my homemade katsuobushi project. Elivin in the discord server pointed me to Ken's …
 
In this episode, I sit down with Tim and Erik, two ramen heads who both work at ramen shops here in the US. Tim who is much better known online as Hella ramen works at Neighborhood ramen a craft ramen shop in Philadelphia Pennsylvania, and Erik Chiodo works at Yume wo katare, a Jiro-inspired ramen shop in Cambridge Massachusetts that also has locat…
 
In May of this year, Ernie was a sushi chef who had just begun selling ramen kits to supplement his income due to his hours being cut by Covid-19. Fast forward 5 months later, he is in the final stages of opening Modesto's first craft ramen shop. In this episode, I wanted to catch up with Ernie and see how he's gone from kits to his own shop in suc…
 
On today’s episode I sit down with Alex Ryutaro Aramaki who runs a shop in Vancouver British Columbia called gyopara. Alex is actually a 3rd generation ramen chef, with his grandfather actually operating a ramen shop in post war Japan in the 1950s which I thought was quite rare. After he helped open a few ramen franchises in the BC area, namely Jin…
 
In today’s episode I still down with one of the OGs of the little internet ramen community. Alex park, who also goes by @darth.gastrameny on Instagram, is a traditionally trained chef who has been the ramen scene for around 10 years. With 17 years working in professional kitchens, Alex has skills that many of us home ramen cooks are pretty far from…
 
On today’s show, we’re doing another roundtable discussion and this time we’re going back to the United Kingdom to talk about the ramen scene there. On the panel is previous podcast guest James Chant of Matsudai ramen and also two regulars in the Way of Ramen discord Server, James Stuart who recently had his first popup in Bristol under the name To…
 
We have a, truly incredible guest on the show today. I have no idea how this happened, but we have Nakamura-san, Shigetoshi Nakamura from Nakamura NYC on the show today. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Nakamura-san, he is widely considered to be one of the top ramen chefs in the United States. He opened his first shop at the age of 22 in J…
 
Black Dynasty Ramen is a secret ramen shop in Nashville Tennessee doing Kodawari ramen with regional southern ingredients. Been a big fan of their approach to making ramen and what these guys have been doing. Their passion for food and ramen is infectious and I had a great time talking with them. Follow Black Dynasty Ramen on instagram: https://ins…
 
On today’s episode we have a very special guest, he’s someone I’ve been trying to get on the show for a long time and I’m so glad he finally agreed to come on. We got Scott Lachapelle on the show today. Scott isn’t someone who promotes himself heavily but amongst people who make ramen, Scott is up there in terms of respect from his peers and his pa…
 
In today’s show, we sit down with the one and only Mark Noguchi who is lovingly known here in Hawaii as Chef Gooch. For people outside of Hawaii, which is probably most of you listening, Chef Gooch is the man here. He’s one of the faces of the local culinary scene and a true to life celebrity chef for all intents and purposes. At one point in his l…
 
A ramen roundtable discussion featuring Ramen Beast, Ramen Adventures and Nama Japan TV! Abram Plaut aka Ramen Beast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ramen_beast/ Ramen beast app: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/ramen-beast/id1098113456 Website: http://www.ramenbeast.com/ Ramen Adventures aka Brian Macduckston Instagram: https://www.instagram.com…
 
Sarah Gavigan of Otaku Ramen has become a true powerhouse in the American ramen scene and is one of the pioneers of American style ramen. Through her mission of bringing ramen to the ramenless, she has grown the Otaku group from a popup to multiple Otaku Ramen locations in Nashville Tenessee. In this episode Sarah talks about how she got her start …
 
Ivan Orkin is someone who really needs no introduction to ramen fans. He's a legend. As a foreigner, he opened Ivan Ramen in Japan and quickly rose to stardom there. After years of operating his shops in Japan successfully, he returned to the US and opened Ivan Ramen in NYC to critical acclaim. He's been featured throughout the gamut of media in bo…
 
In today's show I sit down and to Ernie Watkins a sushi chef from Central California who’s right in the middle of his transition from making sushi to making ramen. I wanted to get Ernie on the show for a couple of reasons, 1 he’s just a really nice guy and 2. The speed at which he’s gone from making his first bowl of ramen to selling 100 ramen kits…
 
In today's episode, we sit down with another Japanese ramen chef. He goes by the name Ramen Kaonashi on the internet, which roughly translates to "No face ramen” because he does not show his face publicly to keep his identity secret. He operates a ramen restaurant in Singapore and has been making ramen professionally for over a decade working in va…
 
In today's episode I sit down with Chris Gantan, a vegan ramen cook from San Francisco California. Vegan ramen is something that I get a ton of requests for on my YouTube channel and yet, I really don’t know anything about it. It seemed so challenging to me to make ramen without bones or any kind of animal products that I didn’t even know where to …
 
Kyle Humphreys is a ramen chef from Indianapolis Indiana. He approached me with the idea to do this episode and I thought it was a great idea. Kyle attended one of those ramen schools in Japan that many people have seen on youtube and instagram and in this episode he talks all about what its like to go to one of these schools. In this episode he ta…
 
In today’s episode I sit down with Payesone Myatmon, a ramen chef working in the DC area. Payesone, has an interesting story in that he was born and grew up in Japan but he’s not Japanese. His parents moved to Japan from Myanmar and worked in the culinary world, his dad actually made ramen at […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframe…
 
Today’s guest is really someone special. We sit down and interview Mr. Takerou Kanda, an amateur ramen cook who gained notoriety in Japan after winning a ramen competition against professional chefs. Kanda-san has been making ramen at home for 20 years. His approach is unique in the sense he chose to focus on only one […] --- Support this podcast: …
 
This week’s episode features Motoki Matsunaga, the Chef / Owner of the Menroku Ramen group in Japan. Motoki owns and operates 5 ramen restaurants, primarily in the Kansai region (Kyoto, Osaka, Hyogo). His shops in Osaka and Kyoto specialize in duck ramen. Motoki also has an awesome Youtube channel called, Motoki Ramen Academy, where he […]--- Suppo…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Hung Tran better known as @ramen__addict on instagram. Ever since his first trip to Japan in 2016, Hung has been addicted to making and eating ramen. In this episode, we talk about his process for making ramen, how he gets his nice noodle folds, making ramen friends and […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Jonathan Cummins who is better known online as @moreramen. I’ve been a fan of Jonathan’s work since way before I started my youtube channel or podcast so it was great to meet him and get to know him. Please go check out his website for his recipes: moreramen.com […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayofra…
 
In today’s episode, I sit down with 3 people who I consider to be some of the best ramen chefs in the US for a roundtable discussion on all things related to running a successful ramen popup. On the panel, we have Mike Satinover aka Ramen Lord who does popups under the Akahoshi Ramen name […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/su…
 
Erik Bentz is the chef behind the ramen at the Japanese inspired popup, Mochiko based in Cincinnati Ohio. Erik is the first traditionally trained chef on the show and shares a ton of knowledge ranging from how to develop flavors for your own bowls of ramen all the way to tips on how to get […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/s…
 
In this episode of the Way of Ramen Podcast, we sit down with James Chant, ramen cook and owner of Matsudai Ramen in Cardiff, Wales. We dig into how James went from a career in the music industry to finding himself hosting ramen pop-ups that sell out instantly whenever tickets go on sale all in […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayofra…
 
In this episode, we welcome the first female ramen cook to the show, Backyard Ramen. Though she has only been making ramen for less than a year, she was taught how to make ramen in Japan so she really knows her stuff. In this episode we dive pretty deep into the extraction of umami in […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/suppor…
 
In today’s episode, we have a true legend in the ramen community, Brian MacDuckston. Long before I even tried to make my first bowl of ramen at home, I was watching Brian’s videos on youtube. He’s a true pioneer when it comes to producing ramen content as he’s been blogging about ramen for over a […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayof…
 
In this episode of the Way of Ramen Podcast, I sit down with Andre Ki, a 20-year old ramen cook from Perth Australia. This episode was a blast to record and it was exactly the kind of conversation I was hoping to have when I started the podcast. Andre knows a ton about making ramen […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/support…
 
This episode of the podcast is the follow up to last weeks episode with Mike Satinover aka Ramen Lord. In this episode, Mike does an hour of Q&A, answering questions submitted by you guys. There are some great tips in here and some really interesting discussions that come out of the questions so I think […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.f…
 
In this episode of the podcast, I speak to a man who needs no introduction but I’m going to do my best to write one. Mike Satinover aka Ramen Lord, is one of the most respected ramen cooks on the internet. He began making ramen in 2010 after returning home to Chicago after a year […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/support…
 
In this episode of the Way of Ramen Podcast, we sit down with David Chan a.k.a Nichijou Ramen. David is what I would call a pioneer in the western Ramen scene. He first got into Ramen close to 15 years ago and has been posting recipes to his blog where he built a following of […]--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wayoframen/support…
 
In today's show we have Mark Hoshi aka Ramen Culture on the internet. Mark has worked at ramen restaurants in Japan such as Ramen Nagi and Menya Ittou. In this episode he shares his story of how he got into ramen and also his thoughts on what the future of ramen can become outside of Japan. He also shares the dirty secret of ramen shops outside of …
 
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