Hey weebs of /ck/, have you tried any of the recipes in Shokugeki no Souma?
Post some pictures/outcomes/stories/etc.
Not really, I did my waifu's eggs Benedict. (Erina)
Shit tastes okay, those recipes get way too overhyped, but you expect that from the anime.
Someone posted the potato/bacon thing from the first episode last month. Looked pretty meh in real life (the anon did a pretty decent looking job).
Does that show ever get better? I dropped it after a few episodes when it became just another special battle high school anime.
cooking manga recipes will never be as good as expected (this carries over to anime adaptations as well)
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FUCK OFF DISGUSTING WEAB
I like how you had to delete your original comment and forgot the first insult you used
Show's alright, but what the fuck is up with the umami?
Is a shitload of umami components really the ticket to mindblowing food?
Kid learns a shitload of average diner cooking from his dad, dad shuts their store down and sends him to MOST ELITE COOKING SCHOOL and he wants to be number 1 at the school.
Lots of pretty food, but it's pretty over-exaggerating most of the time.
I remember doing some recipes (pic related), and realized the chef directing this really loves bacon, /ck/ would really hate it.
pic is apple rissoto
Decent, but as another anon said a lot, and I mean ALOT, of the recipes have bacon.
Pic related another one, it's supposed to be pork roast pls no bully.
I am ok with that, been meaning to try out the letterbox bacon for a while now and it's a good enough excuse. That does look like a pork roast, I'm not going to ask for more in case of spoilers haha.
It's slightly odd at worst. Not to say that the anime in question is that great though.
The cooking theme in itself kept me hooked and helped me overlook typically embarrassing highschool anime tropes, but in it's heart it's the same shit.
I made this one. Turned out alright. No pictures, sorry.
And that's all I got of them. Not sure if there are more, haven't caught up on the manga in a while.
Kinou nani tabeta? is better.
It's a cook book crossed with a slice of life story about a middle aged gay couple.