1st volume of a food manga from the 80s. Stories revolve around a team of journalists in a culinary section of a newspaper going thru ‘adventures’. Japanese cuisine is at the center but you’d be amazed how much plot and tension could be added in there. Episodes include how to prepare rice, make and use chopsticks, how tea ceremonies should go, etc. A lot of scenarios to elaborate and problematize Japanese food culture too; so could a foreign chef ever really master the cuisine? proper etiquette for those serving and being served, and is the cuisine loosing it’s ‘character’ (a very Japan in the 80s concern)? Would definitely keep an eye out for more volumes, especially the one on ramen 🍜. . #igreads#bookstagram#manga#comics#oishinbo#oishinboalacarte#tetsukariya#akirahanasaki#vizmedia#japan#japaneseculture#japanesecuisine#foodmanga#history
Made some Golem Field Fresh Stewed Cabbage for dinner today!🥕 Did you know golems’ “bodies are rich in nutrients and their internal temperature and moisture are always just right”? They’re excellent to plant vegetables in! Just ask Senshi in Delicious in Dungeon Vol. 2 by Ryoko Kui.😊⚔️🛡🥘🥣🍴 I finally read this installment night before last and it got me craving cabbage, so I wanted to try out this dish straight from the story! . To make this golem fresh food you’ll need: -1 small head green cabbage -2 very large carrots -2 large sweet onions -3-4 medium waxy potatoes -Several thick slices of pork belly -Salt & Pepper -Water -1-2 dried bay leaves (optional) -Fresh thyme (optional) Remove the stem and outer leaves of the cabbage & then cut it into quarters and put it in a large pot (I used a 6 qt. stock pot). Peel the carrots & cut them into abt. 1” pieces. Chop the onions into 1/8ths. Peel the potatoes, cut into chunks about 1 1/2” thick & rinse under cold water. Add all of the vegetables to the pot with the cabbage. Sprinkle with salt (generously) & pepper to taste. Pour in enough water to make it about 2 1/2” deep. Add the optional fresh thyme. Lay the pork belly slices on top. Place the optional bay leaves on. Cover & cook on medium-medium low for about an hour.🥣🥕⚔️ . #deliciousindungeon#dungeonmeshi#ryokokui#manga#graphicnovel#comics#foodincomics#fandomfood#foodstagram#comicstagram#recipe#cabbage#onepot#hotpot#stew#fantasyfood#foodmanga#yenpress @yenpress #cookstagram#fictionfood#mangagram
Kyoto! Lovely old houses, top-notch autumn foliage action, the stunning Kiyomizu-dera complex, weird street stuff*, squid from Nishiki market, Nijo castle, the manga museum (who knew food manga was so big??) and some very tired feet 🚶♀️🚶 #kyoto#autumnleaves#templetime#foodmanga *Update: it's a tanuki, a dog-racoon with enormous balls that is supposed to bring good luck.
C’est à la médiathèque de Puteaux que je suis tombée par hasard sur le manga food « Food Wars » aux éditions Tonkam. Une vraie pépite! O suit le parcours de Soma, fils de cuistot tombé dans les marmites tout petit et inscrit à une redoutable école de cuisine par son père. A chaque étape, Soma devra affronter de nouveaux rivaux, toujours plus dangereux. Le plus intéressant est de découvrir tous les ingrédients, techniques de cuisine qu’utilisent les profs comme les étudiants. C’est pointu, super bien expliqué et agrémenté de quelques recettes hyper claires. Bref, une superbe découverte! #foodwars#manga#foodmanga