Crunchyroll #110: A Human Body (thanks Full Metal Alchemist!

Read the original post here. Or read it down below: As an anime food blogger, I LOVE recipes. I mean, seriously! If I see some awesome anime food, the best thing I can possibly find is a recipe to go along with it so that I don’t have to make anything totally by scratch. It’s…

Crunchyroll #107: Daifuku Meets Pumpkin Spice!

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…

Crunchyroll #101: Curry from “Golden Kamuy”

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…

Crunchyroll #96: Fried Eggplant from “Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi”

Read the original post here. OR read below! If you haven’t been watching Kakuriyo -Bed & Breakfast for Spirits-, I suggest you jump on that before we move in earnest into the new season of anime. To say that it’s been very inspiring to me is a bit of an understatement- I’ve been loving every…

Crunchyroll #93: Onsen Tamago from “Kakuriyo no Yadomeshi”

Read the original post here. Or read below! Onsen tamago is a dish that’s a bit confusing when first translated. It means “hot spring egg,” which you’re probably thinking is a fancy name for a special kind of egg dish, but actually, it just means that it’s an egg cooked in a hot spring. Yes,…

Asirpa’s Yuk Ohaw from “Golden Kamuy”

Asirpa’s cooking in Golden Kamuy is definitely a level beyond what I typically accomplish in the kitchen. It’s the ultimate farm-to-food cooking: She hunts, she kills, she eats. Not only that, but she eats well. If Sugimoto’s reactions are anything to go by, it’s clear that Aspira can cook some pretty darn good food.  I’ve been dying to…