Japanese-Style Pop-Up Mochiko Offering DIY Ramen Kits to Make at Home

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click to enlarge Ramen - Photo: Hailey Bollinger
Photo: Hailey Bollinger
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This week, Cincinnati's popular Japanese-style pop-up Mochiko is offering a way to make their tasty ramen at home. 

The eatery is offering DIY kits that include housemade ramen noodles, shoyu broth, pork chashu and toppings — plus a veggie friendly option.

The kits cost $13 and offers one generous serving. Place your orders (maximum of four per person) online starting Tuesday at 2 p.m. The kits are available via curbside pick-up via the Incubator Kitchen Collective at 517 W. Seventh St., Newport from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 14. 

Owned by chef Erik Bentz and baker Elaine Townsend, Mochiko is a relatively recent culinary endeavor that takes inspiration from a style of Japanese cuisine known as “yoshoku,” which incorporates Western recipes with Eastern ingredients and sensibilities. 

For more info, visit facebook.com/mochikocincy
 





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