I see double Bento

I see double Bento
Hello Readers & Followers :nekopaw:
I’m so sorry I haven’t written for over a week but I had different things going on and next week doesnt looks any better. I’m stuck with exams every week (history and calligraphy) and crazy amounts of reading stuff… I still have to find a new blogging pace!
But since I promised to post the Bento I made for uni over two weeks ago, I couldn’t go one more day without blogging so here we go. I wanted to post both but the lighting in the pictures is so different that I decided to post them apart.

The big one is for Silvankun and the small one for me. There’s rice with a pickled plum (umeboshi), dumplings (gyoza), Brussels sprouts cooked and pan fried with honey and soy sauce, potato salad with sausage octopus and taromochi with nectarine as dessert. The Bento was easy and quickly done but tasty! I wouldn’t use Brussels sprouts anymore though because they smelled a little strong in the class room and there are definitely more pleasant smells than the smell of cooked cabbage. Do you think its gross when people eat in class? or does it depend on what the food is? I don’t like the smell of food in public transport but it doesn’t bother me when someone eats in the class room. The cabbage smell was really embarrassing though.. :jupp:

There’s so many things I wish to blog about but only little time. I went on a shopping spree, had a crazy shooting on a boat with my bff C. and her friend from scenography school, ate the best burger in town and made my first successful cupcakes! I really want to blog about all this soon because it’s not so much fun writing about events that happened a long time ago. Can’t say what’s going to be next but depending on how much time I have, I would like to show you some of the pictures I took at the Japan Matsuri in Geneva two weeks ago! Stay tuned Pumpkins :bling:


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9 Responses »

  1. Wie viel Liebe du in deine Bentos hineinsteckst ist einfach toll! :oh: <3 Sieht wieder einmal so was von HAMMER aus! *_* Freue mich schon auf deine weiteren Posts! :nyanyan:

  2. I had the same problem of smell of food in class as I made some sandwiches with chives. They were really good, but had a strong smell °///° I felt much better avoiding them the next time.
    I love the smell of food nearly everywere, but I don’t like the strong smell of fish or onion. It’s not a question of place, but a question of strongness and smell quality.
    Your bento looks awesome, are you able to make gyoza? *_*

  3. wow your obentou looks delicious! I always felt embarrassed about bringing onigiri to school in the states since everyone was scared of the black seaweed. :( but my friends stuck around me and protected me :) hehe


  4. OOo the bentos you made look delicious!! Ahahahahaha i totally get what you mean about being embarrassed about the smell of the brussel sprouts. Daikon also does NOT smell good, and gyoza that contain nappa cabbage also do not smell good. People eating strong smelling food in small places really bothers me so I try not to do it as well for the sake of others!

  5. Omg…this お弁当 looks so yum! and so pretty looking at the same time! You did an amazing job as always and your bf is such a lucky guy! I have a question. Is it easy to get those japanese ingredients there, like Umeboshi? Hope all will be great with you ねこちゃん! xo akiko
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  6. Wow, I’m so envious of your bento skills…how often do you make them? It seems expensive to buy such a wide range of ingredients every week, which is why I only make bento occasionally :X

  7. :hionigiri: awwww I wish I go to school with you… you always made the best bento!!! And no i don’t think people will be bother by you eating in class because you bento is so beautiful and delicious. I think they will more likely come over to you and ask for a piece :) best of luck with school and everything!

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