Raging Ramen

December 29, 2011 6:30 pm
December 29, 2011 9:00 pm
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Ger-Nis Culinary & Herb Center
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540 President Street, Suite 2E, Brooklyn, NY, United States, 11215

Move over college ramen and make way for our rejuvenation of ramen. This classic Japanese dish is just waiting for us to learn the art and zen of its simplicity and deliciousness. Ramen is technically noodles (usually wheat) served in a rich broth, sometimes with vegetables and other ingredients sometimes not. What it is, is a miraculous canvas in which to prepare warming dishes with ease and joy. It has bestowed upon the masses a perfect blanket upon which to develop a wide variety of miraculous, simple dishes that lock flavors willing to complement each other until digestion due them part. We have found a friend in ramen since the modern day stone ages due to its aptness for chameleon-ism. This class is designed to take a most beautiful, basic ingredient to new heights in ways that utilize fresh, seasonal ingredients to amplify your dishes and relax you for the simple reason that they take little time and forethought to prepare. We will learn the art of classic takes on ramen all while learning to creatively challenge ourselves in the creation or rejuvenation of our own ramen dishes. This skill is ideal for saving your hard earned cash and making sure that all of the fresh produce you buy gets used beautifully! This class will provide you with the most elegant and lucrative skills for your entire kitchen life to come! So come and enjoy the lost art of eating (and making) ramen!

Recipes: Miso Ramen With Tofu & Eggs, Ramen Noodles in Quick Roasted Chicken Broth and Crispy Shallots, Curried Coconut Broth Shrimp Ramen, Roasted Mushroom and Greens Buckwheat Ramen

Class Type: Individual, hands-on cooking class

Class Notes: Ramen has far surpassed a college dish; learn seasonal simple ramen dishes in this amazing class with a flair of creativity!

Melissa Rickettsn

Melissa was born in Jamaica, West Indies and raised in New York City. Melissa holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry from the State University of New York at Stony Brook. She managed clinical trials at a health-care teaching institution. Melissa decided to focus on her true passions: food & travel. She is an alum from the Institute of Culinary Education and worked at New York City’s Gramercy Tavern restaurant. Dynamic Cuisines reflects the working style and passion for diverse cuisines. The mission is to consistently provide exceptional client service and delectable cuisines which are seasonally inspired. Dynamic Cuisines is certified as a Minority/Women-Owned Business Enterprise. Chef Melissa was selected to be part of the launch event for Chefs Move to Schools at The White House of The United States of America which is part of Let’s Move! to solve childhood obesity. Contact Melissa

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