Welcome back to another Nerdie Foodie! This week was the kick-off for the 3rd Annual Ghibli Fest. That’s right, Studio Ghibli. If you’re not that into anime or you are curious about Anime and don’t know where to start, might we suggest the feature films from Studio Ghibli? Here are just a few foodie recreations from a few of those films to give you a taste. Let’s go!
My Neighbor Totoro (1988)
Who is Totoro? You could compare him to a huge, fluffy, ball of fun!
Rachel (from Kawaii Sweet World) shares with us this adorable black sesame tart that resembles Totoro! A super easy recipe tutorial that you have to check out in the video below!
Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)
A coming of age story that finds a 13-year-old witch in training named Kiki, leaves home and sets up a delivery service in a new town. One of those deliveries Kiki makes is a herring and pumpkin pot pie from a grandmother to her granddaughter. Yum!
Youtuber Kristin Lagman shares with us her version of this dish in the video below! I must say, it looks delicious!
Spirited Away (2001)
Soot Sprites. For something that is related to dust bunnies, they sure are cute, aren’t they?
Sarah (from YouTube channel KireKitchen) shares with us her tutorial on how to turn your chocolate truffles into soot sprites! Check out this easy and fun tutorial in the video below!
Howl’s Moving Castle (2004)
Calcifer, a fire demon whom is the heart and soul of the castle. He is so magically powerful that he moves the castle from place to place!
If Anime were to have their own version of The Little Mermaid, Ponyo would be it. She tries ramen for the first time while in her human form.
Jimmy and Ashley (from Feast of Fiction) share with us this simple way to up your ramen game! Check out the video tutorial below!
Ghibli Fest is on right now and runs until December 18th! Check here for which Studio Ghibli feature film will be showcased each month and where you can see the movies! If you have seen works from Studio Ghibli, which ones are your favourite? Let us know in the comments below!
‘Til next time,