Bento Fun #39

Finally the new Bento box I purchased from Chooi Peng arrived. At least now I have more Bento boxes to use with different colors and shapes too. This was the Bento I did for Darrius’s dinner on Thursday.

Left with the last few quail eggs, I decided to use them to top off my very uninteresting dinner… 😛  We had vegetable combo… yeah one of those everything in one pot kinda dish.



Boiled quail eggs sitting on a bed stir fried pork strips on white rice decorated with stir fried broccoli, carrot flowers, snow peas and nori flakes


This car shaped box is slightly bigger than the Pooh Bear box that I have so can put in more items but I need some time to think of the ingredients to put in that can make it look more interesting.

Well, hope this Bento give you some ideas… and happy Bento-ing folks!


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0 Responses to Bento Fun #39

  1. anony-mouse says:

    Very pretty. Took lots of time designing and assembling it, I’m sure. Very fun too, appealing to the eyes and makes the idea of food/meals more exciting to the kid too.
    How often do you do this, I wonder.

    What happens if a kid (not specifically referring to Darrius, but generally speaking) becomes so accustomed to meals served this way, that they reject food not served bento- pretty style? Eg: when mom is unwell or haven’t the time to prep this for eating out?

  2. whoisbaby says:

    i like the very nice decorated eggs!

    whoisbabys last blog post..Last One Standing

  3. chooi peng says:

    yeah, i like the quail egg too!!

  4. khongfamily says:

    You always serve interesting and pretty bento for Darrius. I can see that you use a lot of veges like broccolis and carrots in your bento – does Darrius finish all those? Isn’t the rice a bit dry with just veges and stir fry pork strips in it without any sauce or soup?

  5. i still haven’t gotten around buying sesame seeds yet. (for the eyes, I mean)

    this is a really cute bento !! the little chickies are absolutely adorable in their little backyard.

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