Before anyone asks, I'll go ahead and put up an ingredient list for this episode and some explanations to what bibimbap is:
Likewise this is you're one and only spoiler alert before reading ahead (I won't list results here ... but you can imagine the result of some of them after seeing the ingredients list).
Bibimbap is a Korean dish that in its most basic form is just rice with lots of different toppings: often vegetables, an egg, and a choice of meat. Served with a spicy sauce on the side. In this case, they use a heated stone bowl (Ishiyaki bibimbap) that heats the food and if done right will lightly burn the rice touching the bottom into a crispy crust.
1) Miyako Konbu and Konbu tea. Konbu is a type of seaweed. Miyako Konbu is a brand name for a snack for of dried konbu that's been flavored with dark vinegar.
2) "Breakfast bibimbap" with corn flakes, bananas, yogurt, and a salad.
Tanaka's first bibimbap has seasonal vegetables and an egg, while the second one does not.
1) "Monjayaki" bibimbap with Monjayaki battery, mentaiko (pollack roe), and baby star brand crispy noodles. Monjayaki is known as a runny version of okonomiyaki, which is a fried cabbage pancake.
2) Kinako: soybean flour.
Both are with vegetables and egg.
Endo (He has a summer theme):
1) "Beer and Snacks" bibimbap with asahi beer, edamame, mixed nuts, and ukon (tumeric).
2) Watermelon and salt.
Ditto to Tanaka.
1) Custard style pudding
2) Tapioca pearls and coconut milk.
Only the second one had vegetables and the egg.
1) Instant Coffee
2) Beef from a bunch of cup noodles (the meat in Japanese cup noodles are actually really good, they taste and have the texture of real beef, making them far better than their western counterparts).
Both had vegetables and egg.