Origin of ramenJapanese
[sometimes with sing. v.] Japanese noodles of wheat flour, usually served in broth with pieces of vegetables and meat
- A Japanese dish of noodles in broth, often garnished with small pieces of meat and vegetables.
- A thin white noodle served in this dish.
Origin of ramenJapanese rāmen from Mandarin lāmiàn pulled noodles lā pull miàn noodle ; see chow mein in Indo-European roots.
- (Pastafarianism) amen
OriginSee also: rÄmen
- Ramen - These noodles originally came from China and differ from other Japanese noodles in the fact that the broth used to cook ramen usually contains meat like poultry or pork while other noodle dishes in Japan are vegetable or fish based.
- A quote on the band's label, Fueled By Ramen, says that the band will stay together as long as they still feel passion: "Once we feel like we're not hungry anymore, it's time to find something else to do," he summarizes.
- After releasing two EPs with Uprising, the band went on to sign with fellow indie label Fueled by Ramen, with whom they released their first full length album, Take This To Your Grave, in 2003.
- Sure, Ramen noodles and no movies for three months is a drag, but if it'll help you land a mortgage for $100 less per month for the next 30 years, it'll be well worth it.
- Since ramen noodles can often be purchased for between 10 and 25 cents per pack, it's not surprising they are a staple in the diets of college students around the world.