In this bento: quesadilla with refried beans, white cheddar cheese, and chicken meat. Also radishes, green onion, navel orange segments, a baby carrot, a dried mission fig, lime flavored cabbage slaw, and walnuts from the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market. Just for fun, here is the bento I made on Cinco de Mayo last year:
This one had tortillas from La Tortilla Factory, a great company in Sonoma County. I think this one was pretty cute, and I remember that it tasted good. :) Are you doing anything fun to celebrate Cinco de Mayo? Any special meal planned for today?
And remember, you still have time to enter my 1 Year Blogiversary contest, good luck!
Loved aged white cheddar; quesadillas sound delicioso, and I make lime cabbage slaw too, with cilantro and onions, heh. Olé!ReplyDelete
Thanks sheri! I would have added cilantro to my slaw, but I didn't have any on hand. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
Happy Cinco de Mayo, MichelleReplyDelete
Love the Mexican themed bento because I love Mexican foods :D!ReplyDelete
Lovely! Cinco de Mayo food is wonderful (that might be the Texan in me). We buy fresh tortillas at our grocery too, the lady who makes them always give samples off the grill(?) and the kids nosh on them around the store.ReplyDelete
Thanks Yenny! :)ReplyDelete
Hi Cooking Gallery! I love Mexican foods too, that was the hardest part about living overseas. Finding good Mexican cuisine in Europe is difficult.ReplyDelete
Hi Shannon! Wow, that sounds awesome. I will have to search out places in Northern California to get fresh made tortillas. :)ReplyDelete