Black Ramen



When it’s that cold (although to be honest, Spring may be around the corner, it was almost warm yesterday) it doesn’t get any better than a big bowl of Ramen!

Why “black Ramen”? Well, the noodles are actually normal (the dark things on the top are sliced mushroom), but as you can see at the bottom, the oil is black (I guess it’s some sort of sesame oil, I forgot).



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David was born and raised in France. After a few years in the US and then back to his home country, life led him to the shores of the Seto Inland Sea in Japan. After falling in love with the area, he decided to show its beauty and all it has to offer with this blog.

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6 Responses

  1. Looks good, David, Do you know what kind of broth was in the ramen?

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  2. Steph says:

    That looks really good. We’re on French onion soup at the moment.
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    • David says:

      Actually, if you don’t really know Ramen, it’s pretty much the Japanese equivalent of onion soup. Although Japanese people eat Ramen way more often than French people eat onion soup.

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