So I know that most people are IN LOVE with Raphtalia from The Rising of the Shield Hero, but I would like to throw it out there that I am a fan of Filo. I personally am obsessed with Raphtalia's ears, but Filo's chicken body is really hilarious to me, so I have to admit... … Continue reading Crunchyroll #125: Feathered Lemon-Blueberry Scones inspired by Filo from “Shield Hero”
If you didn't read part one of this intrepid journey into the duality of Valentine's Day (read: we're exploring the sweet and salty sides of Valentine's Day, depending on your realtionship status), go enlighten yourself now! Or, if you're only here because you want SALTY, CHEESY, CHOCOLATEY goodness, in your mouth NOW, keep reading. … Continue reading Crunchyroll #123: Ais’ Chocolate-Chili Cheesey Croquettes
Valentine's Day chocolates have long been famed in anime as the height of a potential romantic relationship. There's always the question: am I getting the dreaded obligatory chocolate, or the special, hand-made, prized chocolates? In this week's post, we're looking at the latter—the truly hand-crafted delights that will impress even the hardest of hearts out … Continue reading Crunchyroll #122: Hestia’s Valentine’s Chocolates from “Is It Wrong To Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon?”
Meiji Tokyo Renka has started off with a bang, and by that, I mean that it's basically a cross between 1800s Japan and Ouran High Host Club with roast beef. And you know what? I'm here for it. What's not to love? "Insert self here" girl gets transported to the past and immediately meets a harem of … Continue reading Crunchyroll #120: Roast Beef from Meiji Tokyo Renka!
Some people ask Is It Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? but I ask Is it wrong to put whipped cream on top of croquettes? Personally, I don't think so. Let's look at the facts: Mashed potatoes = amazing and fluffy. Whipped cream = amazing and fluffy. One is salty, the … Continue reading Crunchyroll #119: Potato Snacks from Memoria Freese!
Read the original post here. Or read it down below: Juni Ito is a master of horror, and you can see some of his best stories come to life in the Junji Ito Collection. One of his most famous creations focuses on an entire town's obsession with one thing--the shape of a spiral--and shows how … Continue reading Crunchyroll #109: Spiral Cake inspired by Junji Ito’s “Uzumaki”
Read the original post here. Or read it below: Asobi Asobase - workshop of fun - is an amazing comedy show, and if you aren't watching it, you should be! Why, you may ask? Besides all the hilarious middle school hijinks the girls get up to, there's also COOKIE DECORATING involved, which I am 100% here … Continue reading Crunchyroll #108: The Occult Club’s Spooky Cookies from “Asobi Asobase”!
Read the original post here. Or read it below: Well, it's that time of year again. Time for crunchy leaves, and sweaters, and, of course, the dreaded PUMPKIN SPICE WAVE of mass hysteria that descends on the average American town at this time each year. I'll admit, I like the pumpkin spice flavoring in small … Continue reading Crunchyroll #107: Daifuku Meets Pumpkin Spice!
Read original post here. OR read below! NENE vs SOBA vs SOMA! A battle to end all Shokugeki! Going in, we all knew what the outcome had to be- of COURSE Nene would win, she's a master at this stuff! Right? WRONG. Soma did the impossible- beating out a Soba champ at her own game … Continue reading Crunchyroll #102: Duck Yakisoba from “Food Wars! Third Plate”
Read the original post here. OR read below The minute I saw this curry, I knew I had to make it. I've never done a recipe from any earlier than the 1950s, so I was looking forward to the experience of making something from a looong time ago (I mean, relatively). Apparently, the earliest Japanese … Continue reading Crunchyroll #101: Curry from “Golden Kamuy”