I know what you need nubguy: Your own website. This would make perfect material, and you can easily expand your "brand" to other Anime topics. Use gandi.net as your host though; most excellent, if I do say so myself..
Also, do this now… archive your posts. You don't want to lose them because they stored on these forums. You can either cut/paste from the edit function (to preserve img links/BB Code; paste into a .txt/.rtf file) or do it directly (using "printable version"; under "Thread Options)... but don't lose your posts! Also, you can reformat into a PDF file for easy publication as well.
Perhaps, you could petition FUNIStaff to make it into an official blog post series. I am surprised they haven't picked up on it already, in either case (normally they would have to pay $$$ for someone to write what you did for free, nub).
If you are hardcore, I suppose you could even make your own Wikipedia entries. You would have to rewrite most of the stuff into "boring" context, however. Alternatively, you can use the private-server "Wikia" for this series, which you probably can get away with no editing.
If you were super hardcore, you would find a way to translate your posts into Japanese. I am sure the market for such would be much bigger if so. However, this is far easier said then done of course.
Anyways, whatever you do just make sure to have it saved on your computer. By cut/paste from the edit post page, you can preserve all the links (especially YOUTUBE ones) for future reference. You can always figure out "what to do later", as it were.
BTW if you need help with that, I may be able provide some assistance therefore; as I "archive" my own "EPIX THREADZ" from time to time. Nevertheless, I think you can figure it out :)
I'm very tempted to try to buy all the food that's in the episodes each week. lol is this the kind of stuff that could be purchased in America?
Well, the ramen can be found at stores. That much I know. also that powdery stick thing reminds me of churros. All that cinnamon sugar that crumbles away as you eat… talk about a waste. But I do know what you mean. I wanna try the stuff myself. Though if it shows pocky, I'm not going to be too shocked since that's a Japanese product that can be found in and american market... or at least some of the ones I've been to.