By Andy Raskin
for 3 days in January 2007,the so much e-mailed article in The big apple Times used to be "appreciations: Mr. noodle," a piece of writing noting the passing, at age ninety-six, of Momofuku Ando, the inventor of speedy ramen. Ando's life got here as a surprise to many, yet to not Andy Raskin, who had spent 3 years attempting to meet the noodle pioneer.
The Ramen King and I is Raskin's humorous and, now and then, painfully sincere memoir approximately confronting the reality of his courting life-with Ando as his religious advisor. Can speedy ramen lead one to a devoted courting? And is sushi the key to self-acceptance?
a real story of starvation in its many types, The Ramen King and I is set turning into slaves to our wants and studying to wreck free.