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Ramen Yamada

March 10 2012 at 11:20 PM

DRMW  (Login DRMW)
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Here's a good ramen place in the Westwood area of Los Angeles, CA that a fellow PuristS took me to called Ramen Yamada:

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They offer a complimentary fresh garlic which you press yourself.

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We started with the Chicken Kara-Age, they did a great job with this! YUM!

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Their special noodle is the Kakuni Ramen, I ordered it with the seaweed, egg, and char siu toppings. You can get it in diffferent levels of spiciness.

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The Kakuni pork belly was really good so we got a extra side order to share. Very tender and had a wonderful flavor to it

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-MW


 
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MTF
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I'm confused about the heat

March 11 2012, 3:22 AM 

Thanks for the hint.

I'm a little confused by the notice board that stated "pork bone is boiled at the highest heat for 20 hours..." .

I thought that boiling point stays the same temperature at the same atmospheric pressure. Also, that ramen broth is simmered at the lowest temperature for 20 hours?

 

Still, what do I know?  I'm not a physicist nor Japanese and not a cook.  happy.gif

 

Regards,

MTF



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ThomasM
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the broth is very thick and flavourful...

March 11 2012, 6:14 PM 

I'm not sure how healthy it is, but it sure is satisfying,

The kakuni is the only thing that comes close to thick cut Lardon...

thanks for sharing this, DRMW!

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