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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Lego Bento: a loving lunch for my hubby

With our Lego shaped bento box, I planned to make fun bento lunches for my hubby to encourage myself to make his lunch everyday. Also, so he would have something cute and funny to show off to the other teachers at school (work). While working at a theme park (this is where it becomes very apparent where I worked), I could not resist buying this awesome Lego brick bento box while shopping after my shift. Hubby and I have been married for over a month now and he finally gets his first bento lunch! He loved his lunch and felt very loved by me ^_^

Lego Bento Lunch

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