In this bento: corn from the Santa Rosa Original Certified Farmers Market, bbq pork from G&G Supermarket in Santa Rosa, slices of armenian cucumber from Redwood Empire Farms, the crazy strawberry shaped watermelon radish slice (from Orchard Farms), tamagoyaki omelette made with an egg from Hector's Honey, a bit of Violet Queen Broccoli (so pretty and tasty) from Orchard Farms, and lightly steamed green beans from The Patch. Super local bento!
And here's a look back at the bento I made a year ago today. Quite fun, it's got an ant made from olives and nori, plus teeny tiny deviled eggs made from hard boiled quail eggs. Tee hee!
Sorry I am not posting so much right now. I am covering the morning show again for coworkers, so my bento making is not happening as often (if I tried to make bento at 4am when I have to get up, they would be very ANGRY bentos), and when I do make them, it's mostly leftovers. Not so inspiring. Only 3 more weeks of covering the morning show! Zzzzzzzz....
Cute! I love the ant and the cute little pickles! They look so tasty. ^^ Don't you just love using the fresh fruits and vegetables from a farmer's market in the summer?ReplyDelete
Nice..looking cute.nice dish..i love this favor of these. thanks for sharing here with us,ReplyDelete
The ant looks so real.. hehe..ReplyDelete
super local bento!ReplyDelete
Love the vibrant colour of the fist bento, and totally agreed with Bobo, the ant look so real!!ReplyDelete
I loove your bentos :) I could eat that every day.ReplyDelete