shonen hearts


Official Viz English translation of the author comments featured in Weekly Shonen Jump 2017 issue #50. 

  • Black Clover chapter 133 - Yuki Tabata
  • One Piece chapter 885 - Eiichiro Oda
  • Dr. Stone chapter 35 - Boichi
  • Golem Hearts chapter 3 - Gen Osuka
  • Robot x Laserbeam chapter 33 - Tadatoshi Fujimaki
  • My Hero Academia chapter 159 - Kohei Horikoshi 
  • Food Wars! Shokugeki no Soma chapter 239 - Yuto Tsukuda
  • We Never Learn chapter 39 - Taishi Tsutsui
  • The Promised Neverland chapter 63 - Posuka Demizu
Looking for blogs to follow

After cleaning up and un-following some blogs that were…filling up with alot of drama and things i dislike seeing, I need some new blogs to follow!

If you’re reading this and you appear to reblog:

1. Anime (Currently im into My Hero Academia, Mob Psycho 100, Dragon Ball/Dragon Ball Z/Dragon Ball Super, Fairy Tail, Little Witch Academia, anything related to Shonen/Fantasy/Adventure)

2. Videogames (Sonic, Pokemon, Kirby, Kingdom Hearts, Fire Emblem, Ace Attorney, Megaman, Final Fantasy)

3. Disney/Pixar/Dreamworks/Laika studios (even anything related to animation -im currently studying animation-)

4. MEMES/SHITPOSTS RELATED TO THE ABOVE TASTES (or just funny -high quality- memes)

…and DO NOT reblog anything CONTROVERSIAL, TOXIC and NSFW…

Then please! Like this post so I can follow you! 

*today was a good day for my shonen shipping trash heart*

Scratch that, it was a great day.

I get tsundere interaction between Sanji and Nami and a sort-of make-up scene, though they still have a few things to iron out to have a true reconciliation when they meet face-to-face.


SHE DIDN’T SAY NO..! (It feels like Oda’s celebrating with us during Sanami Week.) ^^

Then I get playful ‘no-I’m-better-no-I-am’ from Souma and Erina with Souma calling her their leader. 


Like, why do they gotta be so domestic and adorable? 

I don’t even know who to ship anymore since they’ve all got great chemistry with each other; we’ve got the obvious ones like SouEri, SouMegu, and SouTaku, but Takumi and Erina had great interaction the last chapter, and I’ve been partial to TakuMegu since their first interaction and because of their matching colour palettes.

With that said, don’t mind me, you can now go on with your regular programming. 

Hacking Meals: Swiss Lasagna

Tonight on otaku eats! We’re taking a page from a personal favorite series: La storia della Arcana Famiglia! That or Garfield, choose your poison.

The challenge mode here is keeping the serving size under 500mg of salt though! For many who grew up loving this cheesy dish, that should be all but impossible. Well here at Otaku Eats, we laugh at that idea and will show you how it can be done!

Now , to do this, we must make sacrifices and knowledgeable ones at that, staring with the cheeses. unless you can find it very fresh with little to no salt at all? Then mozzarella cheese is out altogether. Parmesan is iffy, but it is a necessary ingredient  in this case. 

So what cheese will we use to replace the salty, yet oh so good mozzarella? Swiss cheese of course! Most Swiss cheese is within the double digits when it comes to sodium per serving, so it is an excellent replacement for our dish.

I’ve had excellent lasagna with cottage cheese in the past, and wanted to add that to this recipe, but the amount of salt is way too high! so switching to my second favorite stuffing , Ricotta , was surprisingly even more delicious.

We will also be mixing our own Italian seasoning, nixing salt altogether , mixing together oregano ,basil ,thyme, rosemary ,sage and black pepper to giving an explosive boost of flavor!

For tomato sauce and tomatoes in general, you could make your own sauce , but for speed I used no salt added tomato sauce and diced tomatoes from cans. you can avoid this unnecessary sodium by going the fresh route as we know; the less salt the better.

Now for the full ingredient list:
1 lb ground beef
1 cup onion, chopped
2 clove garlic
14 oz no salt diced tomatoes not drained
8 oz can no salt tomato sauce
Our Italian seasoning: oregano ,basil ,thyme, rosemary ,sage and black pepper
8 no salt lasagna noodles
1 egg, beaten
15 oz ricotta cheese
¼ cup Parmesan cheese
1 ¼ cup shredded swiss

So how do we do it? simple but it takes a few steps:
Start with your filling so that it will blend beautifully and soften
For this part, combine egg, Ricotta and Parmesan cheese then set aside

Next ,for your sauce: cook ground beef with your onion ( finely chopped) and garlic until brown. Drain the fat, then stir in tomatoes, tomato sauce, seasonings,  and our Italian seasoning into the meat mixture. Bring to a boil and reduce heat, then simmer for 15 minutes

a helpful tip is  to cook the lasagna noodles (according to package directions) while you cook your meat in a separate pot to save time. Drain the noodles rinse with cold water and set aside. Add a bit of oil to the batch so to prevent them from sticking and tearing.

now to combine this stuff like Voltron! Spread about a ½ cup of the sauce on the bottom of a 2 quart rectangular baking dish or pan of your choice. Then half of the cook noodles in the dish and spread with half of the filling, top with half of the remaining sauce and half of the Swiss cheese repeat in layers and sprinkles Swiss cheese over the top

crank your oven to 350 degrees,  cook it uncovered for 30 - 45 mins and  let it set for 10 mins before serving!  With our batch we made it so that we could serve 8 people  but with tweaking, you can make it however you wish.

And now for the moment of truth: with all the ingredients our servings are well below our 500mg threshold, cranking in at an estimated 195 mg per serving! A perfect main course dish with a grand flavor to boot!