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Ramen Otaku by Sarah Gavigan and Ann Volkwein
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Ramen Otaku by Sarah Gavigan and Ann Volkwein
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Nov 13, 2018 | ISBN 9780735220065

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“If you’re a fan of eats of the Alton Brown Good Eats or J. Kenji López-Alt Serious Eats varieties, this cookbook should be right up your alley.”
Nashville Scene

“In this cookbook, Gavigan shares her secrets to making rich stews to satisfy all folks, no matter where they call home.”
Garden & Gun

“Sarah is a walking ramen encyclopedia. In Ramen Otaku, she shares her journey in discovering her personal and delicious ramen style, and if you follow her lead, you can do the same.”
Sean Brock, author of Heritage

Ramen Otaku is the book every ramen fiend who loves to cook has been waiting for. Sarah Gavigan has taken her journey from a life in the Los Angeles music scene back home to Nashville, where her obsession with Japanese soupy noodle bowls led her to open Otaku Ramen, a phenomenal restaurant I discovered years ago. Minus the flashy chef’s pedigree, she was compelled to master her favorite food by necessity, making Sarah the perfect avatar for the home cook. The ritual of proper ramen takes days to produce which has been a boon for ramen restaurants, driving fans to their seats. Gavigan has demystified the process and in this superb book, educates, illuminates, and shares her secrets to classic and delicious ramen.”
Andrew Zimmern

 “Sarah meticulously—as only an otaku can—articulates all the nuances of her subject with an approachability and thoroughness I have never before seen…Ramen Otaku is responsible for landing ramen on my family’s regular meal rotation—and that’s a tough roster to make!”
—Zak Pelaccio, chef and restaurateur

“Sarah has given us the blueprint to create soulful and delicious food in our homes with a cuisine that can otherwise seem very intimidating to home cooks and even chefs. She expertly brings it down to earth and into our bellies.”
Alon Shaya, author of Shaya

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