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Shino gets engaged to someone unexpected, Shiro's cooking buddy Kayoko contends with her growing family, and Shiro confronts new challenges as his parents get on in years--and the common thread in each family unit is cooking that comes from the heart. Shiro gets a surprising offer at work, and Kenji comes home with a surprise of his own... Shino gets engaged to someone unexpected, Shiro's cooking buddy Kayoko contends with her growing family, and Shiro confronts new challenges as his parents get on in years--and the common thread in each family unit is cooking that comes from the heart. Shiro gets a surprising offer at work, and Kenji comes home with a surprise of his own...


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Shino gets engaged to someone unexpected, Shiro's cooking buddy Kayoko contends with her growing family, and Shiro confronts new challenges as his parents get on in years--and the common thread in each family unit is cooking that comes from the heart. Shiro gets a surprising offer at work, and Kenji comes home with a surprise of his own... Shino gets engaged to someone unexpected, Shiro's cooking buddy Kayoko contends with her growing family, and Shiro confronts new challenges as his parents get on in years--and the common thread in each family unit is cooking that comes from the heart. Shiro gets a surprising offer at work, and Kenji comes home with a surprise of his own...

30 review for What Did You Eat Yesterday?, Volume 10

  1. 5 out of 5

    Mir

    The guys are getting older -- baldness threatens! And more seriously, Shiro's parents have increasing health problems. We touch base with several repeat characters: Shino the law office admin is engaged, Kayoko is helping raise her grandson, Kenji's boss Hiro is once more in trouble for his endless cheating on his wife, Kohinata still spoils Wataru, and we find out why Wataru is called Gilbert -- he was 12 when Kohinata met him! Kohinata was in college and his tutor. Kenji and Shiro fail to hide t The guys are getting older -- baldness threatens! And more seriously, Shiro's parents have increasing health problems. We touch base with several repeat characters: Shino the law office admin is engaged, Kayoko is helping raise her grandson, Kenji's boss Hiro is once more in trouble for his endless cheating on his wife, Kohinata still spoils Wataru, and we find out why Wataru is called Gilbert -- he was 12 when Kohinata met him! Kohinata was in college and his tutor. Kenji and Shiro fail to hide their scandalized expressions. And of course, delicious-sounding food! I want to try a few things. Pressed Tofu with boiled komatsuna greens seasoned with ground sesame and white dashi Yam with seaweed and umeboshi dressing Pork with Chili, garlic, and glass noodles Creamy Cabbage and Scallop Soup Mince ginger and stir-fry in vegetable oil. Add sliced napa cabbage One can water-packed scallops 1 c water (or a little less) dash of chicken bouillon. Simmer 1 c milk Dissolve 2 tbsp potato starch in 3 tbsp water salt and pepper

  2. 5 out of 5

    Rachel (TheShadesofOrange)

    4.0 Stars There were some super cute chapters in this volume. I particularly loved narratives involving making pancakes and sharing chores.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nicole

    Like many other reviewers have mentioned, this is a perfectly cozy volume of the series. I love whenever Kenji cooks for Shiro because he does it with such love and excitement. It makes me sad that Shiro keeps his personal life a secret but then again, I also get it’s nobody’s business.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lara

    I think this was my favorite volume so far--there's just so much that's endearing! Shiro and Kayoko's friendship, and his relationship with his parents, his dad freaking out about mushy food and Shiro's unexpected desire for a griddle, the pancake fight, Kenji's hair, more Kenji cooking, and the disastrous New Year's dinner and what resolves it... Plus there's this quote: "I didn't like you back then because you were hot, you know! I liked you because you made me so much delicious food!!" Haha, I think this was my favorite volume so far--there's just so much that's endearing! Shiro and Kayoko's friendship, and his relationship with his parents, his dad freaking out about mushy food and Shiro's unexpected desire for a griddle, the pancake fight, Kenji's hair, more Kenji cooking, and the disastrous New Year's dinner and what resolves it... Plus there's this quote: "I didn't like you back then because you were hot, you know! I liked you because you made me so much delicious food!!" Haha, well said, Shino! This manga is pure comfort and perfect for today.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Loz

    Good stuff. Lightly touching and gut-wrenching. Comfort and revel in food.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sho

    This has become one of my favorite slice of life manga series. I didn't think it will be so long and still entertaining. But it turned out to be one of the steady entertaining manga that I can actually recommend to anybody who is ok with BL.Though the main characters are a gay couple, the central theme throughout the manga is not about romance or about being gay, it's about life after forty and everyday living with your partner, mainly "what do you eat for dinner?" Yes the food! Dishes introduce This has become one of my favorite slice of life manga series. I didn't think it will be so long and still entertaining. But it turned out to be one of the steady entertaining manga that I can actually recommend to anybody who is ok with BL.Though the main characters are a gay couple, the central theme throughout the manga is not about romance or about being gay, it's about life after forty and everyday living with your partner, mainly "what do you eat for dinner?" Yes the food! Dishes introduced here are not fancy and difficult to make but rather surprisingly ordinary and easy to prepare and at the same time appeal very very appetizing. I actually made some of the recipes introduced in the book and some had become my favorite. In fact about a week ago I made the ricotta cheese pancakes included this 10th volume for my friends and they LOVED it. Don't know how much of the cooking will translate into other culture, but if you read this series I think you will have a good idea of a middle class Japanese households' everyday meal. As the main character in this book actually ages unlike some of the mangas, he is 50 in this volume, so difficulties and issues with his parents and life in general subtly change. Those issues he has to deal with really resonated with my own aging situation. I think by making the character a gay couple and not a family with children, Yoshinaga sensei was again able to realize her brand of unique characters and story telling that is wonderfully entertaining and sometimes poignant. http://www.moae.jp/comic/nanitabe ( don't know if you can see it outside of Japan, but it's episode eight from volume two)

  7. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    I love this series. It's fun and light and as you read on, tells a good story. I love the food. Volumes 11 and 12 not available at our library. Unfortunately. I love this series. It's fun and light and as you read on, tells a good story. I love the food. Volumes 11 and 12 not available at our library. Unfortunately.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bryn (Plus Others)

    There is not plot, exactly, but there is character development over the many volumes, and the characters themselves are so very real and charming that I have become fond of them and thus coming to this volume there is that feeling of meeting friends again after absence. I am thinking I might wish to go back and read from the beginning, and perhaps this time even try cooking some of the food.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mandy!

    I just love this series and its characters so much. This volume was particularly cozy; like a perfect cup of coffee on a cold day. Shiro's development is becoming more obvious and I enjoy his sweetness. I hope this series never ends, but at the same time, I wonder what sort of people Shiro and Kenji will be when it happens. I just love this series and its characters so much. This volume was particularly cozy; like a perfect cup of coffee on a cold day. Shiro's development is becoming more obvious and I enjoy his sweetness. I hope this series never ends, but at the same time, I wonder what sort of people Shiro and Kenji will be when it happens.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Miss Susan

    tfw you haven't cooked in over a week and you read what did you eat yesterday? all ...that sounds so delicious...why can't i have food that isn't cheese sandwiches and frozen pizza...why am i like this...feed me shiro... 4 stars tfw you haven't cooked in over a week and you read what did you eat yesterday? all ...that sounds so delicious...why can't i have food that isn't cheese sandwiches and frozen pizza...why am i like this...feed me shiro... 4 stars

  11. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I love watching Shiro and Kenji throughout their daily lives. My only issue with this manga is a formatting preference, I wish it would have the recipes at the end of the section. I want to make some of these recipes and I like a list recipe so I can follow it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Eressea

    臭臉小秘書從開場的十八還二十歲到這集已經二十六了 這套的時間跨度不知不決就過了快十年,好可怕~

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jillian -always aspiring-

    Meh, still not sold on Shiro and Kenji as a couple.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Russell Grant

    This series is so good it's ridiculous. The recipes will leave you starving hungry but it's the subtle depiction of the relationships that really hold it together. It's an incredible accomplishment. This series is so good it's ridiculous. The recipes will leave you starving hungry but it's the subtle depiction of the relationships that really hold it together. It's an incredible accomplishment.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    love this series- it makes me want to eat.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    I like it.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Nina

    :) :) :) Ah, Kenji!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Veronica

    Still obsessed with both the characters and the food? Yup.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Sophie

    With every new volume, What Did You Eat Yesterday is quicky becoming one of my favourite manga series! In this volume we learn more about Shiro and his future plans, as well as see more of his enduringly sweet relationship with Kenji. We also experience Kenji's inner struggle with the concept of aging - and omg Kenji's hair! I love this series, and I can't wait for more! With every new volume, What Did You Eat Yesterday is quicky becoming one of my favourite manga series! In this volume we learn more about Shiro and his future plans, as well as see more of his enduringly sweet relationship with Kenji. We also experience Kenji's inner struggle with the concept of aging - and omg Kenji's hair! I love this series, and I can't wait for more!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This is really the ultimate slice-of-life manga - just scenes from two lives with all of the day-to-day insecurities, worries, and triumphs made interesting by the fact that we care about the characters. Gay, strait, somewhere in-between, it doesn't matter: this is just a story about people. This is really the ultimate slice-of-life manga - just scenes from two lives with all of the day-to-day insecurities, worries, and triumphs made interesting by the fact that we care about the characters. Gay, strait, somewhere in-between, it doesn't matter: this is just a story about people.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    Great recipes and realistic romance with an established gay couple with aging parents!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Basht

    Yay!!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Infinite Scythe

  24. 4 out of 5

    Mari

  25. 5 out of 5

    Annie Lee

  26. 4 out of 5

    Baiyun Yang

  27. 5 out of 5

    D

  28. 4 out of 5

    Samm

  29. 5 out of 5

    Anne

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jen (Remembered Reads)

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