I think this might be my favorite volume so far, mostly because you get to see Shiro's devotion to Kenji in small ways and I just love them so much. I teared up, I got the feels. This series is truly a slow burning one but I think that's what makes me love it so much. It's all about the quiet moments in the relationship.
I am taking my time to savor this manga. It’s impossible for me not to smile as I read. Almost feels like I’m recharging my soul.
There’s a recipe I want to try and it’s the banana bread with pancake mix. I’m like whaaaat? I will report back once I make it and if it’s any good.
It’s hard for me to describe just how lovely this story is. It’s slow and soft but it’s so lovely and important and great to read on Pride Month.
The more I read these, the more I love Shiro and Kenji. It's the perfect escape from my life, and the art is just clean, and the recipes are so freaking intriguing to me. I know for a fact that I don't have Shiro's impressive knife skills but I still want to give it a go. I do love their relationship. Kenji's patience, Shiro's silent way of showing he cares. It truly is an adorable series.