Roasted bok choy, yes...roasted then dipped in sweet sesame glaze. Goes well with the miso chicken.
Shoyu tamago (Japanese soy sauce eggs) are wonderful as snacks or as an addition to a bento.
Christmas tree bento and kiwi-raspberry holly wreath.
Can you guess the Christmas theme of this bento?
The sandwich alternative : what a modern lunchbox should have, the onigiri
Comfy cozy quiche bento box
Snowman bento for my first grader's school lunch.
Vegan tofurky steamed with broccolini makes for quick and easy holiday bento box assembly.
Make a Santa bento for your kids before winter break begins!
Chinese 5 Spice Roasted Chicken! Cook extra for your next day's lunch...you'll thank yourself!
Mochiko Chicken and Roasted Brussels Sprouts Bento
Basket weave omelet for veggie fried rice.
Eggplant with pork bento
Fried rice and other tasty sides make for a yummy and filling school lunch bento.
This gingerbread man is made out of healthy brown rice.
Ninja In The Fruit Bento
Three purple potato flowers make the first-grader's school bento look extra pretty.
Bunny Pancakes Bento
Tiger Ravioli Bento
Vegetarian nimono. A traditional Japanese comfort food made without meat or fish. Recipe is provided.
Kimono Girl Sweet Pepper Bento
A gallery depicting the edible art of the Japanese bento box.
[recipe] Seitan mushroom bulgogi.
Audrey Jr. insalata caprese. Eat or be eaten!
and there you have it: the answer to the age old Japanese question, “Can Jack in the Box become fancy by replacing the box for a bento?”
Hijiki and Carrot Salad
Turkey & Cheese Sandwich, Carrot Sticks and Plum Tomato Caterpillar
Flower shaped sweet potato slices for bento box filler.
Take a look at two easy-to-make bento lunches featuring Beef Sukiyaki and Salt Grilled Chicken.
My sushi experience
Karaage is Japanese fried chicken that's marinated in ginger, garlic and soy sauce then coated in cornstarch before being fried to a crisp golden brown.
'Sorta' Seattle rolls: smoked salmon, cukes and cream cheese, with cute instructions for your kiddies.
Purple onigiri (rice balls) made with salted kelp and green beans. Weird, but deeeelicious.