Tag: Yoshinaga Fumi

Winners for #whatiateyesterday

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 […]

What Did I Eat Yesterday: Earl Grey Sherbet

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! 

What Did I Eat Yesterday: Green Peas Rice and Chicken Mushroom in Tomato Sauce

  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 […]

What Did I Eat Yesterday: Banana with Yoghurt and Honey

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 […]

Celebrating ‘What Did You Eat Yesterday’

I’m not exactly sure if you guys know but I love Yoshinaga Fumi’s What Did You Eat Yesterday? LIKE WHOA. By that I mean it’s a book staple that won’t disappear from my bookshelf for many reasons other than it’s a Yoshinaga Fumi manga. I’ve […]

#801MMF: The Fujoshi Bible

In Eureka’s Fujoshi Manga Compendium, there’s this interesting section where they list down the things a fujoshi must read. They called it the Fujoshi Manga Bible.  I thought it’d be best to share the list down here for fujoshi to check what these women think are titles […]

MMF: What did I eat yesterday?

MMF: What did I eat yesterday?

All this Yoshinaga talk around mangadom through this month’s Manga Moveable Feast has honestly left me hungry. We all know how much Yoshinaga Fumi loves her food and many of us often suffer from all the lovely food that she features in her manga. If […]

Spotlight: Nakamura Asumiko

Spotlight: Nakamura Asumiko

I believe I’ve been told by one of my advisers that I shouldn’t write something that I’m obsessed about. Bias, after all, is one of the greatest sins in historical writing. It’s like a painted picture where everything is all right or all wrong and […]