What Did You Eat Yesterday

Author: Fumi Yoshinaga
Publisher: Vertical
ISBN: 9781942993247
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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What Did You Eat Yesterday is best described as part comic, part cookbook - it depicts the romance between two 40-year-old men and the many meals they share together. In the narrative, a hard-working middle-aged gay couple in Tokyo come to enjoy the finer moments of life through food. After long days at work, either in the law firm or the hair salon, Shiro and Kenji will always have down time together by the dinner table, where they can discuss their troubles, thrash out their feelings and enjoy delicately prepared home cooked meals!

What Did You Eat Yesterday

Author: Fumi Yoshinaga
Publisher: Vertical
ISBN: 9781947194106
Format: PDF, Kindle
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From the James Tripee Award Winning author, Fumi Yoshinaga, comes a casual romance between two 40-year-old men and the many meals they share together. Gilbert invites himself over for a hot-pot made with common-folk ingredients, and Shiro wonders if things will be weird with Kohinata. Kenji tries to put off entering his 50's for as long as possible, until Shiro reframes the idea of birthday celebrations, just as an old college classmate of Shiro's passes away. Changes are afoot at both Kenji's salon and Shiro's law firm... but the one constant is that there is always good food and great company to be enjoyed.

What Did You Eat Yesterday

Author: Fumi Yoshinaga
Publisher: Vertical
ISBN: 9781945054259
Format: PDF, Mobi
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A hard-working middle-aged gay couple in Tokyo come to enjoy the finer moments of life through food. After long days at work, either in the law firm or the hair salon, Shiro and Kenji will always have down time together by the dinner table, where they can discuss their troubles, hash out their feelings and enjoy delicately prepared home cooked meals!

What Did You Eat Yesterday

Author: Fumi Yoshinaga
Publisher: Vertical
ISBN: 9781942993759
Format: PDF, Kindle
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What Did You Eat Yesterday is best described as part comic, part cookbook - it depicts the romance between two 40-year-old men and the many meals they share together. In the narrative, a hard-working middle-aged gay couple in Tokyo come to enjoy the finer moments of life through food. After long days at work, either in the law firm or the hair salon, Shiro and Kenji will always have down time together by the dinner table, where they can discuss their troubles, thrash out their feelings and enjoy delicately prepared home cooked meals!

Banana Heart Summer

Author: Merlinda Bobis
Publisher: Delta
ISBN: 0440337860
Format: PDF, Docs
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In her lush, luminous debut novel, Merlinda Bobis creates a dazzling feast for all the senses. Richly imagined, gloriously written, Banana Heart Summer is an incandescent tale of food, family, and longing—at once a love letter to mothers and daughters and a lively celebration of friendship and community. Twelve-year-old Nenita is hungry for everything: food, love, life. Growing up with five sisters and brothers, she searches for happiness in the magical smell of the deep-frying bananas of Nana Dora, who first tells Nenita the myth of the banana heart; in the tantalizing scent of Manolito, the heartthrob of Nenita and her friends; in the pungent aromas of the dishes she prepares for the most beautiful woman on Remedios Street. To Nenita, food is synonymous with love—the love she yearns to receive from her disappointed mother. But in this summer of broken hearts, new friendships, secrets, and discoveries, change will be as sudden and explosive as the monsoon that marks the end of the sweltering heat—and transforms Nenita’s young life in ways she could never imagine. From the Trade Paperback edition.

All My Darling Daughters

Author: Fumi Yoshinaga
Publisher: VIZ Media LLC
ISBN: 1421593858
Format: PDF
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Fumi Yoshinaga weaves together the disparate lives of Yukiko and her friends in five short stories, exploring the women's various relationships with the skill and elegance she is famous for. Yukiko, a salarywoman in her thirties, still lives with her mother Mari. But their relationship suffers a sudden change when Mari announces that she's getting married--to an ex-host and aspiring actor who's younger than Yukiko. Yukiko, convinced he's out to fleece her mom, can't stand to stay in the house and decides to move in with her boyfriend. -- VIZ Media

Ajin Demi Human Volume 3

Author: Gamon Sakurai
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
ISBN: 1682331334
Format: PDF, Mobi
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The true aim of the raid on the research center is revealed by demi-human mastermind Sato, whose Bolshevik ruthlessness and cunning prove worthy of his choice of headgear.

5 Centimeters per Second Volume 1

Author: Yukiko Seike
Publisher: Kodansha Comics
ISBN: 1682332306
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Love can move at the speed of terminal velocity, but as award-winning director Makoto Shinkai reveals in his latest comic, it can only be shared and embraced by those who refuse to see it stop. Takaki Tohno quickly befriends Akari Shinohara when she transfers to his school. They grow closer to each other due to similar interests and attitudes; for instance, they both prefer to stay inside during recess due to their constitutions. As a result, they form a strong bond. Upon ending their school year, Akari moves to Tochigi, due to her parents’ jobs. The two keep in contact by writing letters, but eventually begin to drift apart. SEE LESS

Kitchens of the Great Midwest

Author: J. Ryan Stradal
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0698196511
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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“A sweet and savory treat.” —People “An impressive feat of narrative jujitsu . . . that keeps readers turning the pages too fast to realize just how ingenious they are.”—The New York Times Book Review, Editor’s Pick Kitchens of the Great Midwest is a novel about a young woman with a once-in-a-generation palate who becomes the iconic chef behind the country’s most coveted dinner reservation. It was selected as a best book of the year by Amazon, BookPage, LibraryReads, and NPR. When Lars Thorvald’s wife, Cynthia, falls in love with wine—and a dashing sommelier—he’s left to raise their baby, Eva, on his own. He’s determined to pass on his love of food to his daughter—starting with puréed pork shoulder. As Eva grows, she finds her solace and salvation in the flavors of her native Minnesota. From Scandinavian lutefisk to hydroponic chocolate habaneros, each ingredient represents one part of Eva’s journey as she becomes the star chef behind a legendary and secretive pop-up supper club, culminating in an opulent and emotional feast that’s a testament to her spirit and resilience. Each chapter in J. Ryan Stradal’s startlingly original debut tells the story of a single dish and character, at once capturing the zeitgeist of the Midwest, the rise of foodie culture, and delving into the ways food creates community and a sense of identity. By turns quirky, hilarious, and vividly sensory, Kitchens of the Great Midwest is an unexpected mother-daughter story about the bittersweet nature of life—its missed opportunities and its joyful surprises. It marks the entry of a brilliant new talent.