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Hot Broth Shop Opens at Irwin Street Market on the Beltline

Mihoko’s Method is now open Fridays and Saturdays at Irwin Street Market

Chef Mihoko Obunai
Mihoko’s Method

Mihoko’s Method Bone Broth shop from chef Mihoko Obunai (Nexto ramen) is open at Irwin Street Market in the Old Fourth Ward just off the Eastside Beltline trail. At the moment, the shop is only open for grab-and-go hot cups of broth on Fridays and Saturdays from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with the option to order larger batches online for delivery.

Obunai is offering three types of broth on the menu at the market stall: 100% Georgia grass-fed beef, organic chicken, and a vegan broth made from organic vegetables, shiitake mushrooms, and Kombu kelp. All can be doctored up with add-ins such as parsley and lemon or ginger and turmeric for an extra dollar. A 10-ounce cup of broth is $5.

Mihoko’s Method

Large, 20-ounce bags of frozen broth can also be purchased at the stall or online, including a seasonal broth and broth for dogs and cats — a second boil remouillage. The latter helps support an animal’s immune system and can be consumed by humans. Broths are made in small batches and slowly simmered for 12 to 24 hours and last up to five days in the refrigerator and several months in the freezer.

“Making a broth is my obsession. Every broth turns out differently because every animal and vegetable grows differently,” Obunai told Eater Atlanta in August. “It might sound crazy, but bone broth and dashi—natural MSG/umami—for breakfast is a great way to start your morning—promoting increased energy, easy digestion, and a stable mood throughout the day.”

Take a look at the menu:

Mihoko’s Method

Irwin Street Market is located next door to Lingering Shade and up the road from Krog Street Market on Irwin Street.

660 Irwin Street NE, Atlanta. mihokosmethod.com.

Nexto

828 Ralph McGill Blvd. NE, Atlanta, GA 30306 (404) 809-3763 Visit Website

Krog Street Market

99 Krog Street Northeast, , GA 30307 Visit Website

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