Crunchyroll #114: How to Get the Best Gooey Cheesy Toast from Gintama

When my friend Nate Ming requested that I make “that stuff they’re eating” in Gintama episode 98, I was a little skeptical. After all, I’ve made food from Gintama before (namely Gintoki’s favorite parfait), and I sort of thought I’d covered all the good food in the show. Honestly, what other foods do people remember,…

Crunchyroll #40: Elizabeth Onigiri inspired by “Gintama”

Learn how to make it here!  ** Everyone loves a good mystery every now and then, and my mystery of choice happens to be Elizabeth, the mysterious companion to Katsura (Zura? Katsu?). She is a faintly bird-like creature (with hairy legs) with a human inside her (uhhhhhh) who might be the director of the anime,…

Crunchyroll #34: Easy Valentine’s Day Chocolate from “Gintama”

Click here to read the original post!  ** Making Valentine’s Day chocolate…honestly, what the heck? Was anyone else flummoxed by this? I was always tremendously confused as to why people in Japan wouldn’t just go out to buy chocolate like we do in America. Also…”making” chocolate. Like…from scratch? Do you know how hard it is…

Crunchyroll Post #11: Strawberry Milk from Gintama

Learn how to make it here. ** Well, well, well. This week I was riding what is colloquially known as “the struggle bus”. I had an entire list of things I could possibly make…lasagna from Mob Psycho 100, gohei mochi from Sweetness and Lightning, PANCAKES from 91 Days!!! I even asked Twitter for some suggestions…

Gintoki’s Parfait from Gintama

Hello everyone! Sorry for missing a week, it’s been hectic in my part of the world, but I’m back with a great new recipe for you to try out. First, witness the crime scene: That’s right, folks. Gintoki’s parfait was cruelly spilled when Shinpachi tripped over the meanie alien-leopards’ foot in the corner. And if…