A mother asked his boy "Do you like your lunchbox today?" The boy replied "Yes!".
As the boy grows older each day and becomes more vocal, he begins to ask "Can you make Lion, Panda, Dinosaur, Giraffe....etc??". Next, he just asks you to keep it simple or no cute stuff because he has already grown up......
I just love making sushi and this is my favourite one with crab stick and avocado. I have not been able to sucessfully put the edamame nicely onto the food pick without breaking it (like I did for the black grapes). That's more for me to learn about bento-ing!
These bumble bees look more like fish to me without the food picks. I inserted the bunny food picks into the tamagoyaki only showing its ears. It suppose to be the bumble bees' wings. Guess, they need a bigger wings! I fill the bento with some carrots, brocolli, cheery tomatoes, black seedles grapes and a salmon onigiri.
Haha, this was created out of my imagination. And my boy cannot decide whether it is a cat or a bunny. I wanted to make the little red fox, Eddy from the cartoon series named "Pororo the Little Penguin". Well, I definitely have to work a lot harder though.
Finally, I can post in my blog. I felt so helpless when the application is faulty.
Bento No. 5
This is the little piglet I made with hard-boiled egg last week. I immersed the hard-boiled egg in the beetroot soup which yield a not-so pinky color but orange beige. Before the preparation, I thought it would turn out pink but on the contrary, it does not. To make the bento has a feel of 'spring', I added some carrots in the shape of flower and edamame for its lime green color. At the bottom is a mix of macaronic and wholemeal spiral pasta. Yum, my boy finished his lunchbox indeed!
I used purple sweet potato to create the lilac colour of the elephant. An idea inspired by Kids Dream, Your Dream. To make the Smiling Panda, I mimicked the the fruit pick I bought from Daiso. Not too bad and the teachers at my son's school complimented his bento. Cute!