The world’s most famous Jewish ramen chef will host a one-night pop-up in East Hampton, New York, this month. Ivan Orkin of the celebrated Ivan Ramen will team with local joint Momi Ramen on a dinner showcasing Japanese starters from both restos and a flight of four ramens concocted for the event.
Ramen master Ivan Orkin offers up a Jewish-Japanese take on traditional Rosh Hashanah dinner, with a dashi-braised brisket with apple-ginger-honey chutney. Best of all, you can buy it.
How does a self-described terrible student who got kicked out of Hebrew school end up at the top of his field?