Like with Yakitate! Japan, the recipes in the manga are supervised by an actual professional, in this case, chef Yuki Morisaki.
As for the cooking techniques you mentioned, the crushed "something" breading for fish is "kaki no tane" (柿の種), essentially soy-flavored rice crisps made to resemble Japanese persimmon seeds. When crushed there are more or less ...
As Krazer said, the recipes can be found on the Japanese tankobon versions as extras. The English version, however, also have the same recipes. At the time of this writing, 6 volumes have been released in English and this Imgur album contains the English version of the recipes up to the 6th volume. It doesn't contain all of the recipes, as you guessed ...
Googled "Shun Saeki" wouldn't get any satisfying result, so I tried "Saeki Shun" and found out that he really is a hentai artist under the name Tosh on circle Hikakuteki Simple na Panty.
This is one of his other manga titled Yuukai Trouble
Almost all of his work have explicit content
According to Japanese Wikipedia, the 3rd season has 2 cours which cover chapter 120-217(?).
The first cour (The Third Plate) covers chapter 120-166:
Chapter 148-149, 151-155
From last page of chapter 150, "Board Game", Erina overheard Souma revealed that Jouichiro is his father.
After that, on chapter 151, "The Outbreak of War", Erina saw a picture of Souma and his father.
I have not read the entire manga, but I read that Soma's father was formerly known as Saiba Jōichirō. It is not the same last name as Yukihira Soma, so this may be a reason why people don't know that they are father and son.
Source: Jōichirō Yukihira on Shokugeki no Souma wiki.
If I'm not mistaken he's not quite talking about "enjoying" the food as much as he is talking about "understanding" the food. I say this because of two pages in particular. (I believe one is the one that you quoted from.)
Firstly, in Chapter 133 page 12 he states that "True Gourmet Food, It greatly resembles excellent paintings, sculptures, and music." Then ...
As someone who is from Tamil Nadu, I'd say it's very evident that he really is from South India. Was extremely surprised to see Kozhi Varutha Curry as one of his dishes because it's a purely Tamil-based dish.
Even in one of the pages in the manga where they show him living in the slums, I could see a board at the edge of the panel that had Tamil writing, I ...
A few possible reasons:
Joichiro ran a small shop for years, and faded away from public eye, and especially the younger generation may no longer know about him. The older generation may not care, or they just want to know what is going to happen.
People share names - they may just think it's a coincidence, especially as Soma is a bit troublesome
In the series it hasn't been stated that she knows who his father is. In an earlyish arc (40's i think) his dorm mates were surprised to find out they were related, whether this knowledge spread isn't known.
Besides all the info already mentioned by the top answer and comments, someone tried the kaki no tane breading here:
and basically said throw out your old breading.They used it on chicken though, and got the idea from the ...
In addition to the extras in the tankobon mentioned in Frosteeze's answer, there's also an official recipe book titled Tōtsuki Academy Challenge Plate: Shokugeki no Soma Official Recipe Book which is currently only available in Japanese.
According to Wikia, it contains 27 recipes from
the manga as well as new ones that were either featured in JUMP ...
In ch 85, pg 6- Taki says that,
"The headband guy comes from a special-of-the-day downtown family restaurant. Moreover, he's only transferred here for only half a year. That's no good"
Soma overhears this and replies in the next chapter that, "I'll listen to your complaints after I finish serving my dish"
Each side must lay out their "compensation", or something they must give up if they were to lose the challenge. Both sides must agree that the compensation of the duel equate with each other.
I guess the battle will only save the polar star dorm. Originally, whatever they bet before the Shokugeki is what they'...
He cooks quite a few south Indian dishes, specifically dishes native to the states of Tamil Nadu (kozhi varutha curry) and Kerala, and I haven't noticed any of these dishes being very popular or even well known outside of India, so..... I'd say he's Indian, probably from South Indian.
Comparing to the synopsis of the anime episode on Wikipedia, Erina found out about Soma's dad on season 3 episode 12 (episode 49), "The One Who Aims for the Summit".
[...]. Soma then tells Azami that Joichiro is his father, right as Erina walks in on the conversation, shocking both of them. [...]
Shokugeki rules elicit that the conditions of winning and losing should be set beforehand. Souma Passes if he wins, gets expelled if he loses. Hayama gets nothing if he wins/loses. Though he had a deal with Azami to be expelled.
So, No. Souma is NOT a member of Elite 10.
As discussed in the related question,
Each side must lay out their "compensation", ...
It's because Joichiro is like an influence to Erina and he is really dear to her and also he agreed to taste her cooking when she becomes a good chef. And also no, Yukihira Soma and Erina Nakiri are not relatives.
In the most recent chapter,
Soma's relationship to Jōichirō is inadvertently revealed to her when she walks in on a conversation between her father and Sōma. At first she was in disbelief, but realized it was true after seeing the two next to each other in a recent photo. She became greatly shocked after realizing that she had been hostile towards the son ...
The manga is normally published in the Shonen Jump magazine in black and white format, like the others, but the magazine has a new website called Shonen Jump+ where you can buy the official color chapter to view online.
Only One Piece and Naruto eventually also have chapters in color on the web, and it's because Shokugeki no Souma is quite popular and as an ...
I also want to cook the recipes, as I have cooking as one of my hobbies that I would like to get decent at.
What I do is I go to the wikia and find the EXACT list of all ingredients for most recipes, and then for specific directions I try to adapt with both my knowledge and the food descriptions. Example: I cooked the Hachis Parmentier they did on the train ...