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One Piece Pirate Recipes: Sanji's Gut-Stuffers (サンジの満腹ごはん Sanji no manpuku gohan?) is the second cookbook to be released for the One Piece series. It includes some forty recipes inspired by the canon, from the Baratie Arc to the Fish-Man Island Arc. A bonus feature, Sanji's Eye, includes information about Oda's own eating habits and the food typically served at his workstation and household.

The book was initially released in 2012 as a limited edition which came bundled with a silicon mat imprinted with an image of Sanji holding a wineglass, which can be used as a bottle opener or a potholder.[2] A regular edition without this bundle was released in 2020.[3]

Contents

Quick Fixes

  • Gin's Takeout Stirfry (ギンに出したチャーハン Gin ni dashita chāhan?) (inspired by Chapter 44)
  • Unbelievably Awful (Great) Soup (メチャクチャまずい(うまい)まかないスープ Mechakucha mazui (umai) makanai sūpu?) (inspired by Chapter 67)
  • Desert-Trekking Pirate Lunchbox (砂漠越えの海賊弁当 Sabaku-koe no kaizokubentō?) (inspired by Chapter 162)
  • Split-the-Booty Sandwiches (お宝の山分け サンドイッチ Otakara no Yamakeke Sandoitchi?) (inspired by Chapter 302)

Meat Dishes

  • Water 7's Mizu-Mizu Barbecue (ォーターセブンの水水肉バーベQ Wōtāsebun no mizumizu bābekyū?) (inspired by Chapter 433)
  • Monster Sandora Lizard Roast (怪物サンドラ大トカゲの丸焼き Kaibutsu Sandora Ō-tokage no maruyaki?) (inspired by Chapter 162)
  • Luffy's Favorite - Meat on the Bone (ルフィーの大好物・骨付き肉 Rufī no Daikōbutsu Honetsukiniku?) (inspired by Chapter 69)
  • Yagara Bull's Pick - Mizu-Mizu Steamed Meat (ヤガラブルの好物・水水肉蒸し Yagaraburu no kōbutsu mizumizuniku-mushi?) (inspired by Chapter 433)
  • Impel Down Hummingbird Roast (インペルダウンのハチ鳥の丸焼き Inperudaun no hachitori no maruyaki?) (inspired by Chapter 530)
  • Lakeside Camp Stone-Stew (湖畔キャンプの焼石シチュー Kohan kyanpu no yakeishi shichū?) (inspired by Chapter 253)
  • Absalom's (!?) Croquette (アブサロムの!?コロッケ Abusaromu no!? Korokke?) (inspired by Chapter 463)
  • Davy Back Fight Frankfurt (デービーバックファイトのノフランクフルト Dēbībakkufaito no furankufuruto?) (inspired by Chapter 306)

Seafood

  • Sky Island Specialty Fruit - Sky Seafood Full Course (空島特産果物添え・スカイシーフード満腹コース Sorashima tokusankudamono soe Sukaishīfūdo manpuku kōsu?) (inspired by Chapter 240)
  • Blue-Finned Elephant Tuna Sautée (鼻がおいしいエレファント・ホンマグロのソテー Hana ga oishī erefanto honmaguro no sotē?) (inspired by Chapter 105)
  • White Sea Dish - Skyfish Sautée (白海産物 空魚のソテー Shiro kaisanbutsu sora-gyo no sotē?) (inspired by Chapter 237)
  • Saruyama Alliance Pike Full-Course (猿山連合軍のサンマのフルコース Saruyama rengō-gun no sanma no furukōsu?) (inspired by Chapter 229)
  • Sky Island-Bred Skyshark Roast (空島産空サメの焼き物 Sorajima-san sora same no yakimono?) (inspired by Chapter 252)
  • Mermaid Café Wakame Brûlée (マーメイドカフェのワカメのブリュレ Māmeidokafe no wakame no buryure?) (inspired by Chapter 610)
  • Keimi's Yummy Clams (ケイミーのおいしいハマグリ Keimī no oishī hamaguri?) (inspired by Chapter 610)
  • Great Side-Dish! Octopus Slices (つまみに最適!タコのスライス Tsumami ni saiteki! Tako no suraisu?) (inspired by Chapter 83)

Greens

  • Gold-Hunting Sky Island Lunchbox (黄金探しの空島弁当 Kogane sagashi no sorajima bentō?) (inspired by Chapter 253)
  • The Water City's Mizu-Mizu Cabbage (水の都の水水ハクサイ Mizu no miyako no suisui hakusai?) (inspired by Chapter 326)
  • The Isle of Women's Deathcap Mushroom (女ヶ島のワライダケ Nyōgashima no waraidake?) (inspired by Chapter 514)
  • Yosaku's Pick - Bean Stirfry (ヨサクが好きな・モヤシいため Yosaku ga sukina moyashi-itame?) (inspired by Chapter 69)
  • Early Summer Potato Paille[5] (初夏のじゃがいものパイユ Shoka no jagaimo no paiyu?) (inspired by Chapter 322)
  • Ex-Pirate Shakky's Baked Beans (元海賊シャッキーさんの煮豆 Moto-kaizoku Shakkī-san no nimame?) (inspired by Chapter 498)

Trendy To-Gos

  • Strawhats In a Bind! Monster Burger (麦わらチーム絶体絶命!モンスターバーガー Mugiwara chīmu zettaizetsumei! Monsutābāgā?) (inspired by Chapter 312)
  • Tom's Workers - Kokoro's Curry Rice (トムズワーカーズ・ココロのカレーライス Tomuzu Wākāzu - Kokoro no karēraisu?) (inspired by Chapter 353)
  • Davy Back Fight Stall Yakisoba (デービーバックファイト・屋台のやきそば Dēbībakkufaito yatai no yakisoba?) (inspired by Chapter 306)
  • Davy Back Fight Free Inari Sushi (デービーバックファイト・タダのいなり寿司 Dēbībakkufaito tada no inarizushi?) (inspired by Chapter 308)
  • Davy Back Fight Free Kitsune Udon (デービーバックファイト・タダのきつねうどん Dēbībakkufaito tada no kitsune udon?) (inspired by Chapter 308)
  • Sea King Penne Gorgonzola (海王類入り ペンネゴルゴンゾーラ Kaiō-rui-iri pen'negorugonzōra?) (inspired by Chapter 522)
  • Ladies' Never-Before-Seen Takoyaki (レディ限定未だかつてないタコ焼き Redi gentei imada katsute nai takoyaki?) (inspired by Chapter 222)

Sweet Treats

  • Mock Town Cherry Pie (モックタウンのチェリーパイ Mokkutaun no cherīpai?) (inspired by Chapter 223)
  • Cindry-chan's Pudding (シンドリーちゃんのプリン Shindorī-chan no purin?) (inspired by Chapter 446)
  • Gan Fall's Pumpkin Juice (ガンフォールのかぼちゃジュース Ganfōru no kabocha jūsu?) (inspired by Chapter 248)
  • Luffy and Zoro's Pick - Breadsticks (ルフィとゾロが好きな・パンの耳 Rufi to zoro ga sukina pan'nomimi?) (inspired by Chapter 303)
  • Try-Your-Luck Bomb Apples (運だめしの爆弾リンゴ Undameshi no bakudan ringo?) (inspired by Chapter 223)
  • Fruit Macedonia of Amends (おわびのフルーツのマチェドニア Owabi no furūtsu no machedonia?) (inspired by Chapter 46)
  • Antonio's Graman (Grand Line Stickybuns) (アントニオのグラマン(偉大なる航路饅頭) Antonio no guraman (gurandorain manjū)?) (inspired by Chapter 497)

Sanji's Eye

  • Master Oda's Favorite - Chicken Onigiri! (尾田先生大好物のシーチキンおにぎり! Oda-sensei Daikōbutsu no shīchikin onigiri!?)
  • Master Oda's Dinner Paparazzi! (Work) (尾田先生の夕飯パパラッチ! 仕事場編 Oda-sensei no yūhan paparatchi! Shigotoba-hen?)
  • Master Oda's Dinner Paparazzi! (Home) (尾田先生の夕飯パパラッチ! 家庭 Oda-sensei no yūhan paparatchi! Katei?)
  • A First-Class Chef's How-To Soup Stocks (一流料理人の HOW TO だしのとり方 Ichiryū ryōri hito no HOW TO dashi no torikata?)
    • Kelp Soup (昆布だし Kobu-dashi?)
    • Skipjack Soup (かつおだし Katsuo-dashi?)
    • Chicken Soup (鶏がらスープ Niwatori-gara sūpu?)[6]

Gallery

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Luffy's meat as depicted in the food book.
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Nami's paille as depicted in the foodbook.

References

  1. Anime News Network: Shueisha Releases One Piece Cookbook With 41 Recipes. Retrieved November 12, 2012.
  2. 2.0 2.1 One Piece Pirate Recipes (Limited Edition): Shueisha
  3. 3.0 3.1 One Piece Pirate Recipes (Regular Edition): Shueisha
  4. One Piece Pirate Recipes: Barnes & Noble
  5. "Paille" literally means "straw" in French, but in this context indicates a dish similar to French fries.
  6. Chicken soup is considered a foreign dish in Japan, hence "soup" being written in katakana.

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