buggy garden bento lunch

Buggy Garden Bento

My next installment in this late night bento series is a buggy garden bento inspired by several pins on my “Eat – Bento and Food Art” pin board.

buggy garden bento lunch

I used Pins of these links:

Hubb’s lunch consisted of:

  • last night’s lasagna (right, underneath everything)
  • seaweed (under everything on the left)
  • a bed of lettuce (left, you can’t see it under the seaweed, but it raises add volume)
  • apple – 2 disk shape slices
  • peanut butter
  • one celery stick
  • 2 radishes
  • 1 slice sandwich bread for one flower shape sandwich
    • peanut butter and jelly

Tools I used:

  • Lego bento box
  • small paring knife – celery and radishes
  • small/medium serrated knife – apple
  • Pop Chef flower shape cutter – peanut butter & jelly sandwich
  • large bubble tea straw – hole in middle of sandwich
  • a Ziploc bag with a hole in the corner – to squeeze out peanut butter
  • the power of imagination
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