Saturday, March 21, 2009


Yesterday, I browsed Pikkopots post on her 330th post on Goldilocks and the Three bears Bento. She's challenged bento packers to pledge a change, I quote - "Simply post a comment here with a pledge to replace one of the plastic items you use". You stand a chance to win a similar box which she used in her same post.

I left a comment on her blog and made a pledge,
to add at least one non-plastic bento box before my 200th bento post!

I rummaged my store and found this shinning baby which has been sitting on the shelf for years waiting to be discovered! Finally thanks to Pikkopots and Life Without Plastic it will soon be filled with bento styled food.

This is a 700 ml box.

I was surprised when I saw the insert. It measured 200 ml. I thought that the box was empty! What a pleasant surprise.

It's only during the holidays that I have a chance to enjoy my garden. I saw this bloom and wanted to share it with you. I bought this plant at a Church jumble sale.

Another 3 blooms!

Isn't this just lovely?

#2 and I are making Ravioli from her "Recipe Keeper". Look out for my next post on Ravioli!


Diana said...

We call this flower a datura, but in France we only have a chance to see these flowers for a short while at the end of the summer, you're lucky to have them in your garden !! Very nice photos !! Hope to see your new bento box filled soon ;-)

3lilangels said...

What a find! Your store must be filled with lots of treasures.

Looking forward to your Ravioli.

Bento Pet said...

Diana: Thank you for the information! I have no idea what this flower is actually. Been really busy and a little under the weather. Take care.

Bento Pet said...

3lilangels: Aiyoh! Malu only lah! Actually there are so many tupperware containers and boxes which I don't dare to rummage out coz got no space in the kitchen!

Ravioli updated!


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