I didn't make it to the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market today, but it is a great resource for bento supplies. If you are trying to eat healthier and include local foods in your diet, head to your local farmers market!
Saturday, July 24, 2010
Workin On a Saturday Bento
Actually, I work on Saturdays pretty often. When I have two days off in a row, it is a really big deal! I put this bento together in 10 minutes with bento stash (the biscuit) and some fresh veggies and fruit. In this bento: a biscuit filled with Fra'mani Rosemary Ham and Duqqah from The Handmade Pantry topped with a piece of provolone cheese cut into a floral shape, cherry tomatoes, cucumber slices, a hunk of Valley Ford Cheese Co cheese, steamed Romano green beans from Crescent Moon Farms, and some blueberries.
Posted by Sonoma Bento at 11:21 AM
Labels: bento, blueberries, cucumber, Fra'mani, green beans, Handmade Pantry, Santa Rosa Farmers Market, tomato, Valley Ford Cheese Co.
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I work from monday to saturday, and special for this week: I work for a full week T_T. I love to have simple snackie bento just like yours for my hectic day :DReplyDelete
Sorry you have to work so much! I hope you like your job. :) I think a little bento can bring a smile to your day, and the healthy food can give you a boost to make it through a bit more time at work. Have a good time at work today, tatabonita!ReplyDelete
Working in a school I get the summer off, but it's hard when the money isn't there like the rest of the time. We make our lunch often!ReplyDelete
I like your quick bento! The biscuits are great! I wasn't sure what duqqah was I had to look, Never seen it spelt that way before. I posted making this on my Tiny Skillet blog but I've spelled it dukkah! I love it! Made dukkah crusted chicken with it too.
Lovely summery fresh bento! The provolone accent is really adorable.ReplyDelete
I agree, visting one's farmer's market and falling in love with beautiful local produce grown nearby is a wonderful way to bento and eat!
Hi Lyndsey! My parents were teachers (now retired) and we loved having all summer long to play and hang out with them. I miss those days! And I am glad there is someone else who has tried Dukkah/Duqqah. Isn't it yummy?!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your nice comments, Bentobird! I think the cheese flower turned out pretty good adn bonus: it was super easy to make. :)ReplyDelete