I love noodles, so of course an anime all about cute girls eating ramen would stand out to me in the 2018 anime lineup! Ramen Daisuki Koizumi-san is a simple show with little plot, plenty of cute girls, and a lot of enthusiastic ramen eating. The title of the show basically describes the entire show. Sure, it’s not the most interesting anime ever (I’m honestly not even sure I finished watching it all), but the ramen visuals were a definite feast for the eyes.
For the second day of the 12 Days of Anime, let’s talk ikura! Ikura is cured salmon roe that is often featured in sushi. These deliciously salty and richly delicate balls of pure flavor are one of my favorite things to eat, so this dish naturally stood out to me while I was watching the anime, Hinamatsuri. Continue reading
Mountains, friendship, and delicious food: what more could anyone ever want? While not always the most vocal person, for Aoi in the anime Yama no Susume, her care for her friends is always evident, spurring her on even in her moments of self doubt and timidity. In episode 12, she expresses her gratitude in a special meal made with the mountains and her best friend, Hinata, in mind: a pot of Hinata’s favourite tomato cream nabe! Continue reading
Sometimes an anime showcases delicious food that really grabs me in a way that just won’t let go… Usually it’s just a single dish here or there, but in the case of this season’s adorably outdoorsy Yuru Camp, I’ve been getting the urge to jump into the kitchen and try out new recipes over and over again. Last week we had camping-inspired Creamy Soup-Style Pasta with Bacon, Mushrooms, and Asparagus, and this week we’re continuing the camping goodness with a hearty meal of sweet-meets-sour beefy, beety borscht! Continue reading
I love camping and spending time outdoors in nature, so of course my favorite series this winter anime season is the relaxing Yuru Camp… Cute girls going camping while finding friendship and enjoying nature along the way? Yes, please! Sign me up! And, as a bonus, they also happen to eat all sorts of yummy-looking food while on their excursions!
Today’s recipe is from episode 5 of Yuru Camp, in which Rin tries her hand at cooking while camping. She’s not very experienced at cooking on the trail (usually opting for cup noodles) and decides to make a simple, creamy one pot soup-style pasta dish with bacon, mushrooms, and asparagus that can easily be recreated on the trail or at home. Continue reading