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21st May '17 3:19:52 PM karstovich2
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* ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' is essentially food porn in every possible aspect. Besides lovingly-drawn, mouthwatering images of food (including fresh ingredients, completed dishes, and beautiful shots of in-progress cooking), the series also features almost-explicitly-sexual "foodgasms" (in which delicious food causes characters to lose their clothes and experience quasi-sexual ecstasy), along with descriptions of the ''why'' of cooking that can only be described as a culinary {{nerdgasm}}.

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* ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' is essentially food porn in every possible aspect. Besides On any given page/in any given episode, you will find lovingly-drawn, mouthwatering images of food (including fresh ingredients, completed dishes, and beautiful shots of in-progress cooking), cooking); the plate of Eggs Benedict in the top-right corner of the page image? That's this series. The series also features almost-explicitly-sexual "foodgasms" (in which delicious food causes characters to lose their clothes and experience quasi-sexual ecstasy), along with descriptions of the ''why'' of cooking that can only be described as a culinary {{nerdgasm}}.
21st May '17 3:15:01 PM karstovich2
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21st May '17 2:44:36 PM karstovich2
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* ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' is mainly about cooking, and features a lot of tasty looking food. And tons of "foodgasms".

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* ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' is mainly about cooking, essentially food porn in every possible aspect. Besides lovingly-drawn, mouthwatering images of food (including fresh ingredients, completed dishes, and beautiful shots of in-progress cooking), the series also features a lot almost-explicitly-sexual "foodgasms" (in which delicious food causes characters to lose their clothes and experience quasi-sexual ecstasy), along with descriptions of tasty looking food. And tons the ''why'' of "foodgasms".cooking that can only be described as a culinary {{nerdgasm}}.
20th May '17 6:30:42 AM Q4
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* Parodied in ''WebVideo/TheKateringShow'' episode "Food Porn" (naturally).
16th May '17 10:14:44 AM nombretomado
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* To a lesser degree in ''{{Tsukihime}}''. It's an AuthorAppeal, it would seem. The sexual descriptions tended to more food analogies than many readers [[{{Squick}} could comfortably stomach]].

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* To a lesser degree in ''{{Tsukihime}}''.''VisualNovel/{{Tsukihime}}''. It's an AuthorAppeal, it would seem. The sexual descriptions tended to more food analogies than many readers [[{{Squick}} could comfortably stomach]].
24th Apr '17 1:02:35 PM Golondrina
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* Verbal food porn would show up in some LaurelAndHardy movies - in "Pardon Us" they're in prison going on a hunger strike, when a guard lures them out of it by describing a sumptuous feast being served in the mess hall (which of course was a lie). In "Block-Heads", Ollie reunites with his long-lost Army buddy Stanley and invites him home to his wife's cooking that he lovingly describes. Naturally, his wife isn't keen on the idea (it being their anniversary is one reason).

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* Verbal food porn would show up in some LaurelAndHardy Creator/LaurelAndHardy movies - in "Pardon Us" they're in prison going on a hunger strike, when a guard lures them out of it by describing a sumptuous feast being served in the mess hall (which of course was a lie). In "Block-Heads", Ollie reunites with his long-lost Army buddy Stanley and invites him home to his wife's cooking that he lovingly describes. Naturally, his wife isn't keen on the idea (it being their anniversary is one reason).
23rd Apr '17 3:11:44 PM nombretomado
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* The TexAvery cartoon "What's Buzzin', Buzzard?" addresses its WWII-era audience enduring meat rationing with two hungry vultures, one of whom rhapsodizes about how he'd love a steak, going into descriptive detail while the screen shows a beauty shot of a steak - then a title card reading "5 Minute Intermission for Drooling"(which lasts about two seconds). Then, at the end of the cartoon an announcer breaks in with "Ladies and gentlemen, due to overwhelming popular demand, we're going to show the steak again!" and back to the beauty shot.

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* The TexAvery Creator/TexAvery cartoon "What's Buzzin', Buzzard?" addresses its WWII-era audience enduring meat rationing with two hungry vultures, one of whom rhapsodizes about how he'd love a steak, going into descriptive detail while the screen shows a beauty shot of a steak - then a title card reading "5 Minute Intermission for Drooling"(which lasts about two seconds). Then, at the end of the cartoon an announcer breaks in with "Ladies and gentlemen, due to overwhelming popular demand, we're going to show the steak again!" and back to the beauty shot.
23rd Apr '17 2:50:29 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' of games has food as healing items, each described in loving detail. If you have the materials and the recipes, you can whip up your own.

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* The ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' of games has food as healing items, each described in loving detail. If you have the materials and the recipes, you can whip up your own.
15th Apr '17 1:15:27 PM nombretomado
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* SMStirling fills his books with loving descriptions of food.

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* SMStirling Creator/SMStirling fills his books with loving descriptions of food.
7th Apr '17 10:47:45 AM PeppermintTwist
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* In ''VideoGame/PaperMarioColorSplash,'' there's a part where Mario must [[ItMakesSenseInContext cook a steak for a picky restaurant customer.]] The steak is one of the few objects in the game rendered realistically and not in the game's papercraft style. According to the developer commentary in the manual, their goal was to make the model as mouthwatering as possible so that everyone who played the game wanted to eat the steak. They even went so far as to buy a super-expensive piece of meat as a business expense and photograph it incrementally to capture it cooking, photos of which can be found in the manual. And yes, they say it was delicious.
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