Vertical brings Japan’s outrageously popular Drops of God (Kami no Shizuku) to the US, featuring two brothers battling over their father’s inheritance by finding the 12 Apostles of wine and the mysterious Drops of God.
I didn’t think I’d ever be posting a food entry on this blog, but here we are! The Manga Moveable Feast (MMF) that Otaku Champloo is hosting this month is encouraging us to go out and try these wonderful foods that we are reading about. Oishinbo is convenient in that the volumes even come with one or two recipes. So I decided to do the two asparagus recipes from Oishinbo: Vegetables: Asparagus with Walnut Dressing and Asparagus Grilled Kabayaki-Style.
This is the first time I’ve done a post specifically for the Manga Moveable Feast. I’ve submitted entries in the past, but they were all reviews I’d done before; I just had them added to archives. Anyway, this month is Oishinbo/Foodie Manga, and is sponsored by Otaku Champloo. It was too much to pass up for this foodie. I may do other posts, but this post is for the main course, Oishinbo.
The cost of living a productive, meaningful life is that 1/1000 people are guaranteed to die between the ages of 18-24. But it’s for the good of your country, so that makes it ok, right? Right? Continue Reading
Another one of my oh-so-not-pretty boy manga.
OMG, IT’S A MANGA POST.
So what was intended to be a manga blog turned out not to be, and it’s like ten entries later that I finally post about a manga.