Takumi’s Doppio Mezzaluna Pizza

Takumi, half Italian, half Japanese member of the Rebel group in the Regiment de Cuisine goes up against Etsuya Eizan. The topic is beef. Etsuya tries to trip him up with a roast beef laced with artichoke, which will inhibit the taste bud receptors on the judge’s tongues, but Takumi strikes back with this incredible…

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Momo’s Queen’s Apple Tart

Momo, the third seat on in the Elite Ten, goes up agains Megumi in a Shokugeki, and the main ingredient is apples! She makes an incredible apple tart- the Queen’s Apple Tart, fit for someone like Cleopatra. I decided to recreate her recipe so we could sample it in real life, and let me tell…

Cucumber Rolls from Sarazanmai

Cucumber rolls are a sushi classic—easy to make, cool, and refreshing, these bite-sized treats are the perfect snack to keep you going through the day! Imagine the tart vinegared rice dancing over your taste buds, soothed away by the cool watery crunch of cucumber. Delicious! Now imagine a one-ton cucumber roll raining from the sky…

Leek Onigiri from Fruits Basket

Is there a food you particularly hate? Something you really can’t abide eating? For me it’s eggs and bananas, but when I cook for myself, it’s no big deal because I can easily avoid those foods. When it comes to making food, though, you always want people to eat and enjoy the fruits of your…

Chukadon from Cinderella Nine

Cinderella Nine tells the age-old story of a girl whose mission it is to bring something new to her school. In a way, it reminds me of The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, because Tsubasa, the main character, simply won’t take no for an answer and charms and coerces her fellow classmates to join her baseball…

Keppi the Kappa Cupcakes from Sarazanmai

Sarazanmai is a show full of surprises. I mean, just looking at the concept art in the thumbnail, you’d think Keppi the Kappa would just be a cute little guy, full of fun and surprises, RIGHT? WRONG, so wrong, so so so wrong wrong wrong. I made these cute cupcakes BEFORE I saw episode one,…

Fruits Basket Mochi from Fruits Basket

Fruits Basket recently started airing! As I was watching, I thought the little zodiac figurines would make for great daifuku, so that’s what I decided to do this week. Daifuku, if ya didn’t know, are little balls of mochi normally filled with fruit, red bean paste, or some other kind of filling. I’ve made daifuku before,…

Dimple Jello Dessert from Mob Psycho 100

Dimple from Mob Psycho 100 claims he doesn’t taste very good, but I beg to differ. Following up on my gluten-free Mob-themed curry from a few weeks ago, I wanted to hit hard with a Dimple dessert. The best thing I could think to represent his gelatinous, goopy form of spiritual energy was Jello. As unimpressive…

Rimuru Mizu Mochi from Slime

That Time I Got Reincarnated as a Slime just ended, and I am devastated. I mean, that might be a little over-exaggerated, but seriously, I was surprised by how much I liked it! Okay, wait. I feel I’ve been dishonest with you. *deep breath* I only started watching Slime maybe…three weeks ago. Four? I’m not…

April Fool’s Onigiri inspired by Food Wars!

Read the original post here, or see below! It’s my favorite time of the year: April Fool’s! Last year we made the mighty WcDonald’s burger, and this year I really really really REALLY want you to make these Russian Roulette onigiri. They’re multi-effective. Use them to trick your friends—you can pretend you made some delicious onigiri…