A week came like a whirlwind, didn’t it? But I had so much fun eating and cooking these meals, as well as seeing everyone’s awesome meals that I am full to the brim!
Anyway, I’m happy to announce the winners and random.org was helpful in listing them out! I didn’t have a lot of entries so it was a tough battle!
Congratulations to @dodogitu and @kitchencow, you folks won your copies of What Did You Eat Yesterday vol. 1! Just look at their awesome meals!
— dodogitu (@dodogitu) March 28, 2014
— Chrissie Peria (@kitchencow) March 25, 2014
Now be awesome and send me your addresses so that I can stalk you – NO! – I meant so that I can send your prizes! Send me your address at punkednoodle-at-gmail!
Thank you so much for the awesome folks who sent in their favorite meals for the last week! If you missed some recipes I made over the week, you can view all of them here!
When I saw this recipe, I didn’t hesitate to make it. If you love tea and sherbets, Shiro’s dessert is an awesome treat without breaking a sweat!
Satoru Kutsuna’s a young hatter who’s got nothing but love and passion for his craft. Unfortunately, he puts too much of it into his hats that he hardly has the patience to keep some members of his staff. Burdened by his business woes, Satoru walks out on a rainy evening and stumbles over a lifeless body.
Like a lost dog, Satoru picks up Ryou, a young man from New York with a mission. Ryou takes advantage of Satoru’s kindness before parting ways to face his death.
I can’t exactly place the story of Canis – Dear Mr. Rain to a convenient trope or category and to a degree that excites me… just a bit.
When I first started blogging about cooking meals from What Did You Eat Yesterday, someone was telling me about how he just can’t have the time or the chance to cook it because the ingredients were hard to find. I suppose that raised the challenge for me to find recipes in the series that were not difficult and were fairly easy to recreate in places without Asian groceries.
In this recipe, I try out Shirou’s dinner after an interesting day at the Tominaga’s.
Yesterday was such an odd morning because it started out as a really hot day and so I prepared a really cold breakfast I learned from What Did I East Yesterday. I was hoping this breakfast would keep me cool, but as soon as the rain poured, the cold breakfast was not seemingly.
But that doesn’t mean this wasn’t good eats though! It’s a very simple breakfast with the warm intention of putting a smile on your face.