Here is my entry: a drumstick that I baked and then coated in a spicy (perhaps a wee bit too spicy) sauce, orange cherry tomatoes from the Oakmont Tuesday Night Farmers Market, fresh mozzarella balls, a sprig of basil from the garden where I am house sitting, slices of armenian cucumber from Redwood Empire Farms, and red grapes. The bento box I am using is from the house where I am bunny sitting/house sitting this week. It's not really even a bento box, just a glass container with a locking lid! Think outside the bento box. :)
Sorry I have been MIA, bunny sitting does not make for easy bentoing. I also included this bento in Shannon's What's For Lunch Wednesday. Check it out for great lunch ideas.
And.... I have a new blog! It's called Sonoma Nail Art. I figured that since I have got a bit of practice under my belt and better nail art tools, I would start a blog just for my nail art. Take a look, and let me know if you have any suggestions for designs. Have a great week bento pals!
Two words: Yum Meeeee!ReplyDelete
Bunny sitting sounds like a wonderfully relaxing thing to do. How lovely for you. I have that glass box, and I'm waiting for the day when I can trust my kiddos not to shatter it because I love the transparent quality.
Congrats on the nail blog! I love it!
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Thanks Sheri! I get to babysit this bunny about twice a year. This was a fun bento box to use but I understand how you would be nervous around your kids. Thanks for checking out my new blog!ReplyDelete
Thank you ismail123! Yes, if I ate like this every day, I would be much healthier. Sadly, sometimes life gets too busy for bento.ReplyDelete