Berry crepe from Bungou Stray Dogs, episode 9!
I have a bit of a confession to make: I just might have a bit of a sweet tooth…
Which is probably why, when I watch anime, I always seem to gravitate towards all the delectable sweet treats that happen to pop up on screen. From ice cream and fruit jelly to yokan and cheesecake, there always seems to be a dessert to suit every moment, emotional state, and setting. Continue reading
Last year, Shokugeki no Souma (Food Wars) topped my 12 Days of Anime list of top food moments from 2015, but this year, it’s fallen a bit in the standings. And so, clocking in at number 5, this shonen battle cooking challenge anime series is always guaranteed to be full of insanely delicious food… Food so unbelievably delectable that one bite will send you to euphoric heights of undress. Continue reading
Cute chara-ben from Orange!
You almost can’t get through an anime series without seeing at least one bento… And, 2016 was no exception to the rule!
There were so many pretty bento showcasing a variety of styles and tastes… I’m sure there was a bento from anime this year that would suit everyone’s tastes. But, in particular, I’d like to draw attention to two series that I thought had some exceptional bento: Amanchu! and Orange. Continue reading
So, Super Lovers was leagues away from the best thing I watched in 2016, but if it had one redeeming factor, it would have to be the food. The delicious-looking, often sparkly food was pretty much the only thing about the anime that I was interested in, and for good reason: it seriously looks delicious and nearly every episode had examples of mouthwatering meals. Continue reading
Fue ramune dagashi! (Dagashi Kashi, episode 2)
Until watching Dagashi Kashi, which aired in the 2016 winter season, I had no idea that there was so much to know about Japanese snacks: the variety of types, the differences in eating techniques, the array of methods snack companies use to capture consumer’s attention and money, one yen at a time…. Continue reading
A fusion of Western and Japanese breakfasts: Fried egg with bacon, rice, miso soup, pickles, and spinach! (Boku dake ga inai Machi, Episode 8)
It’s always a good idea to start at the beginning, so I thought I’d kick off the 12 Days of anime with the first meal of the day: breakfast. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again when we look back and recall all of the most memorable moments that highlighted the year past… And, helping us along is a little project called the 12 Days of Anime! Continue reading