Ramen is the Japanese spiritual equivalent to both a good soul-healing, heart-warming American style chicken soup, but with the fast-casual feel of counter-served barbeque ribs. Up here floating around on the Bering Sea in Alaska, ramen is one of those things that’s just inescapable. Even if you’re one of those weird observers who say they hate it, you’ve probably sat in the galley on a 24+ hour steam and broke down and fixed yourself a bowl… or three. I only sorta knew about ramen when I started this job in 2012. I always loved trying new things, especially from cuisine cultures I had no experience with.
Day in the Life of a Fisheries Observer - Post 6
"Food in the Life"
Meet the Blogger
Daniel Warren is a Fisheries Biologist currently working with the North Pacific Fisheries Observer Program at Alaska Fisheries Science Center since January 2013, completing over 950 observer days. Daniel comes from Mississippi where he received his BA in Biological Sciences from the University of Mississippi.