Thursday, January 17, 2008

Bento #56

Packed this for #2 and #3 on Monday. You can see the varying taste buds. On the top left, you can see the cheese sandwich with some salad and at the bottom, some left over spaghetti to be eaten with some simmered mushrooms and crabsticks - that's for #2.

The top right box has fried rice and at the bottom some plain cheese sandwich for #3. Obviously, breakfast was just as varied!!


jane said...

hiii! ur finally back blogging.... ur bentos make me drool again.. as always.. :)

btw can i plsssssssssss have ur choc chip cookie recipe?? plssssssss?? been hunting for a good one. tried three recipes and none satisfied my tastebuds! looking for sth near to famous amos! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi, Terri introduced me to your blog cos she knows I like Japanese food. I have tried a few of your recipes. Can u advise how to make dashi? I have bought the dried tuna flakes. thanks


Judy said...

You are fantastic. You go through all the trouble of making each one of them their request.

Looks inviting.

InspiredMumof2 said...

Wow, now your bento makes me hungry. I like the combination. Yum!

Anonymous said...

Can you tell me where is 100yen shop ? Also is there a shop in KL or near by area for bento things? I am having a hrad time finding bento stuff .
I will check back.

Elisa said...

=) thanks for the welcome! i just started bento-ing a couple weeks ago and am addicted to reading other blogs for inspiration. feel free to pass over some helpful hints! =D

Nightwing said...


An early CNY greeting.

Wealth can melt;
pleasure is unsure;
power is not forever;

but friends who remember each
other will always stay together.

Therefore i wanna wish you and your family a very Happy Chinese New Year 2008.

JO-N said...

Happy CNY to you and your family.

mommibee said...

cupcakes are beautiful.
pineapple tarts look so yummy.
love looking at ur bentos.
the dollar shops in Syd hv a section selling plasticwares from Japan. I saw some really cute containers suitable for bentos :)


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