Little Reiko’s Moments: Bentos – refrain

I make bentos for myself and my hubby – almost every morning.

Almost.

Because it takes about an hour to put together and it’s gone in 60 seconds.

As per my post a while back, I’ve got this severe desire to have a home made bento for lunch, ever since I could remember. 

So here’s a collection of my bentos that I’ve made thus far.

One of my first bento endeavors

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Then my hubby got into posting it on his FB wall…..

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Obviously some days I couldn’t wait….

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Note the little flower salts in the rice. I did not make that. It came in a packet made for bentos. Coz we Japanese folks are crazy about cuteness that way.

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Now with a carrot sticks and hummus snack. 

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Taking my bento for a walk in the park. Shortly after taking this, the bento was wolfed down in two seconds and I went back to the office. It was 50 degrees and too cold.

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Now trying a new bento box my mom sent me. Also added fruit as a dessert. Obviously these portions are too small for me.

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Lunch at the park take two. This time it was accompanied by other side dishes from Hill Country 😀

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Couples bento.

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What you do not know is that I still cram the hell out of our bento boxes with food I can think of that my hubby will and can eat. 

They may look cute but they have weight to these.

On a good day it can be used as a weapon. 

My biggest fear is dropping a freshly made bento box before having a chance to consume it. 

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