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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    the more close to a cooking manga that i have ever read was Toriko , so i will say Toriko :P

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    When I younger, I watch anime call "Cooking Master Boy". Very interesting anime about the chinese boy who want become legendary cook. He must collect the legendary utensils to become legendary cook. I like very much the laughing bun!

    I also like read Toriko. Now in Jump, Toriko is so popular. I think because people read Toriko become hungry!

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Mister Ajiko is favorite of mine.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Toriko is very good. Sometimes I think better than Bleach. More people should read Toriko. Very funny and good.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    I've watched the anime version of ristorante-paradiso but I would not said I liked it a lot. I also read a few chapter of Toriko but the plot did not really catch my heart so far. So I would say the best cooking manga ( or rather a drinking manga ) is kami no shizuku. It's extremely exagerated and cliché ( come on there are other place than Zermatt in the alpes ) but it's funny and instructive ( and france has a big role which ticks my patriotic feelings :-)

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Ristorante Paradiso was hardly a cooking manga, despite taking place at a restaurant. I really enjoyed the manga, though not everyone loves Ono Natsume's writing style.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Just think about it now but Kodoku no gourmet (lonely gourmet?) is a nice food manga from Tanigushi

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Instead of reading manga about cooking, I'd rather watch them in animation :S So the only one I've read is Kitchen Princess which was pretty decent considering it had its fair share of shoujo elements as well. Nevertheless, it was a great balance between romance and the cooking portions.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Say hello to Dashi Master but no one mentions it ! I actually haven't reading and/or watched cooking manga but I watched some clips of some of them and I found it very interesting ! To Dashi Master, I read some clips to the manga thanks to the controversial (plagiarism) article about it and I'm laughing when seeing it ! Anyways, I'm looking for a cooking-themed moe manga (besides Noodle Fighter Miki) and I found Love, Election & Chocolate. This eroge-based manga has some interesting elements (school politics and cooking club) and I love it ! I also read Mayoi Neko Overrun! and has catgirl character and delicious bakery recipes !
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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    I have found Shinya Shokudou some times ago and I really love every chapter. It's a pity they are so few, even though they probably taste better this way.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    I do like Shinya, though I also wish more chapters were translated. More than a good food manga, Shinya is an excellent examination of people, using food as a window into human nature.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Not interested in cooking manga, but...the only one I've ever read was Hell's Kitchen. Since I'm subscribed to the magazine which the series is serializing in, I kinda pick it up to read from times to times when I have nothing to do, but it's awesome though. ^_^"

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    For me Bambino! is one of the best cooking manga. Well, if you want cooking manga with some action, maybe Toriko fits your likings.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    I keep meaning to read Bambino. Looks like an interesting manga, love the magazine it's from, love the group that translated.

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    Re: Best food/cooking manga

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju-da-su View Post
    Not interested in cooking manga, but...the only one I've ever read was Hell's Kitchen. Since I'm subscribed to the magazine which the series is serializing in, I kinda pick it up to read from times to times when I have nothing to do, but it's awesome though. ^_^"
    YES!!!! i read the entire thread and the entire time until the post above urs didnt mention hells kitchen and i was xploding to shout to the world how awesome it is!!!! the online posts and translations are slow, but the plot, drawing style, and the food are all superb!!
    along with, that i also enjoy mixed vegetables, the author who wrote is one of my faves, and the food looks intensely tasty, along with the fact that it duz follow a shoujo-romance plot also improves it.

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