Biang Biang Mian

I have a new cooking goal: making chewy and broad biang biang noodles, just like the ones in China. I filmed the pulling process of the noodles and I know what not to do the next time.

What to blog about (+Mr. Chow recommendation)

I am thinking right now what I can talk about for a new food story. A restaurant review, a drawing, just some food diary snippets? I have no idea.

The best ramen in the Netherlands

Need to get your ramen fix? Try these ramen recommendations from Lazy Pig. Restaurants in Rotterdam, Schiedam, Delft and Amsterdam.

(video) Amsterdam Ramen Festival 2019

A recap video of the first Ramen Festival in Amsterdam. Lazy Penguin gives his verdict about all the ramen and other Japanese food.

The fear of making art

The only person who stops you from making art is yourself. So get your ass up and start working! Create anything!

How to design a ramen map

For the Amsterdam Ramen festival I have designed an Amsterdam Ramen map. In today’s blogpost I am sharing the creative process behind it. How to design an Amsterdam Ramen map? First of all, you need to have the idea. The idea came from Susam Pang from bySam.nl. She is a foodblogger located in Amsterdam and […]
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Cheat day

Where is the time to blog? I only have 10 minutes on the clock, because I have planned too much things for Friday. No time for a decent food story. So I call today a cheat day. Some small updates I have started a freelance business for producing visuals and video. Woohoo! I still need […]
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Veggie Shoyu Pumpkin Ramen at Tensai Ramen

I tried a new ramen at Tensai Ramen which I haven’t had before. The vegetarian ramen. The menu description: The result: A light soy soup base with pieces of pumpkin with thicker noodles than the tonkotsu noodles. The soup is not as rich as a meat broth, but still very tasty. On top there is […]
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Spreading the ramen love

These last two years ramen has infiltrated the restaurant scene in the Netherlands. When I made Saitou’s movie, my goal was to inspire people to eat and make more ramen. Today I am lucky enough to join the ramen-love-spreading by designing an Amsterdam Ramen Map for bySam.nl. Susam Pang is organizing the first Ramen Festival […]
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How to pick a good restaurant in China

In China if you want to play it safe in food, you should choose busy restaurants. If there are a lot of people, it means the food can be trusted in deliciousness and in hygiene. A small story for this Saturday, because it was a busy Friday. The sun is shining! Have a good day!