Daisies Spaghetti Bento

by - Monday, October 04, 2010

Daisies Spaghetti Bento 1

Eek??? Has not been updated for two weeks? Finally, finally… So happy to be able to update my blog that is starting to be dusty for I have abandoned it for a long time *what a pity :D*. I got ten extra credits to teach this semester where most of my teaching schedules accumulate on Monday, Tuesday, and Friday that make me stay in the class and office from seven to seven (very bad schedule!). Not to mention, I teach from Monday to Saturday, hohohoho. Now I know when some people say “I hate Monday!” – yes, me too! I hate Monday, Tuesday, and Friday (in my case :P). Due to my tight teaching schedules, I only have limited time to do bentoing in the morning nowadays. When I back from work? Not much energy left to do blogging heeheehee. Sunday is for washing the clothes but I sometimes still spend my time for cooking and watching movie :D. It’s funny sometimes when I tell myself: “Now you’re an ant – a big ant!”.

Okay, let me use my lunch time to update my blog before I teach again for evening class. Well, little bit get bored to post my Jadul Bentos (my old bentos), so for today’s post I decide to come across with my yummy non-charaben for my lunch about two weeks ago. I really love these round metal boxes, but they’re not mine – they belong to my friend, A, but I often “steal” them from her :P. This Daisies Spaghetti bento was inspired by Pikko’s. The first box: spaghetti with hot sarden sauce and cute daisies flowers made from cheese whose yellow round centers I made from Adobe PS CS (yes, they’re fake! I didn’t have yellow cheese ;D). The second box: red tomato, boiled broccoli, sweet corn, and carrot, and spicy lemon chicken and shrimp. The third box: orange slices, grapes, and lychees.

Daisies Spaghetti Bento 2

That’s my short post for today. Have a happy Monday, dear friends! :D

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23 comments

  1. reading and looking at your blog makes me feel happy and cheerful and HEALTHY! ehhehe....

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  2. Mjam, your shrimps look really delicious! :f:
    I would love to have this for my lunch *nod*
    But poor me must eat in kindergarten with the children. And the food there is not the best *cough*

    You poor one. Being a teacher is not easy, hm? I wish you the best for your work. A lot of nice weather, good mood and smiles for you! :d:

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  3. Hi there! Thanks for brightening a cool and rainy Monday afternoon with your cheerful and carefully crafted bento art! I'm in love with the fresh little white daisies :)

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  4. Love the daisies and you did a good job with the fake yellow cheese! They look so out standing from the noodle! :D

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  5. @Lily Riani: It's definitely my great pleasure if my post brings you that positive things, thanks a lot! :D

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  6. @Lil'chan: Hi, Lil'chan! So happy to have you back again in blogging :D. Yeah, I know... I think I need more time to love my job with all my heart, let me learn first :D. For me, eating with kindergarten students is a lot of fun hehehe, do we need to switch?

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  7. @bentobird: Hi, Jenn! So glad that the daisies have brightened up your day :D. Thanks a lot! :D

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  8. @Kids Dream Work: Heehehe, I think I'm a fake-thing-master-maker-to-be :D. Thanks a lot Ai Ping for the sweet comments :D

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  9. Ibu guru Tata so busy lately. Naughty students need to be disciplined? hahaha ... Beautiful bento Ta, and yummy too :)

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  10. Wah... look at all those yummy food!!!! *slurp* :h:

    Photoshop can do lots of wonder heh? :b:

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  11. nice work ta! as soon as i saw it it reminded me of pikko's bento from this past spring, but you definitely put your own spin/touches on it -- the shrimp look especially delicious! very cool three-layer metal box, too :-)

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  12. Your bentos are always so delicious yummylicious (is there such a word?) looking!

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  13. Wow this looks amazing. All the colors are wonderful and everything looks very fresh. Delish!

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  14. So pretty and your food always looks so delicious!

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  15. Hi Tata,

    Your blog is so cute. You blog made me hungry and happy in the same time. Hope you do mind if I write about your website and show some of your designs on my blog (www.amo-i.com). please contact me at contact(at)amo-i.com :D
    I'm looking forward to your mail. ^^

    Thanks
    Am

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  16. @Lia Chen: Emberrrr... Bu Guru lagi soksi bgt dweh skrg hihihihi. Tee hee! Luckily no naughty students since I'm a kind and cheerful teacher eheeheeheee :D

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  17. @Angeleyes: Thanks a lot Alice! Yes, it is a wonder maker. So, no wonder that I could spend hours to have fun with it :D

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  18. @megan: Tee hee, thanks a lot dear pal :D. The shrimp was definitely my favorite and the photos don't lie about the taste :))

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  19. @anna2003: Ahaha, many thanks Karen for your sweet fun comment, really appreciate it, dear :D

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  20. @Mommyof2girlz: Thanks a bunch Stephanie :D. Yes, it is delicious indeed, one of my most favorite non-charabens :D

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  21. @Susan Yuen: Thanks a lot dear Susan (^3^)

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  22. @Miruneena: Hi, Miruneena! It's my great pleasure to have your visit here. Of course I'm very happy that you feature about my blog on yours, many thanks to you! :D

    Btw, I've tried to visit the link you gave but it didn't work, something wrong with the link :(

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  23. @Miruneena: I've revisited your website. Wow, you post a lot of cuteness! I love it :D

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