Dragonfly Bento

by - Friday, March 18, 2011

Dragonfly Bento
Pink theme is back! So happy: it's Friday evening - means tomorrow no teaching, yeayyy!!! :D. Having fourteen classes in a week is definitely exhausting and less time for blogging ^o^. Well, this Dragonfly Bento is very simple. I made the dragonfly from carrot and pea pods and eyes from cheese and nori cutouts. I got the dragonfly idea from a Japanese bento blog, but so sorry I forget the name ^^v. Dragonfly's buddies: broccoli, fish cake 'orange', fried mini tuna cake, fried oyster mushroom with seasoned flour, and boiled beef sausage. For this bento photo, I used my craft magazine as the background ^^

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20 comments

  1. halo Ta.. hehe. ta, itu klo bikin bento semua lauknya km siapin sendiri yaa? rajin banget.. hihi. fried mini tuna cake itu apaa?

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  2. @Momon: Hai Mon, hehe ya iyalaaah... Kalo yang frozen tinggal masak lagi :D. Itu dari ikan tuna atau tongkol yang dagingnya kuhancurin trus dikasih bumbu, tepung dkk lah, trus kubentuk bulat kecil kayak perkedel kentang trus digoreng. Kalo dibawa ke kantor, lauk ini favorit temen2 ^^

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  3. Imut2, Ta...! Simple tapi cute bgt, good job :D)! Besok aku mgkn mau buat bento lagi, hr ini rasanya capek aja abis pulang kerja, jadinya malah makan indomie terus tidur, huahahaha...!!

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  4. Ta, I love it! I think I could even do this dragonfly! I love the craftbook background too. You are so clever! :D

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  5. @CG: Hehehe, makasiiiiiih :D. Loh kok sama kayak aku, kalo dah malam pulang kerja trus kelaperan trus penjual nasgor andalan deket kos gak jualan, sasarannya pasti Indomie rebossss hihihihihi ^^

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  6. @Lyndsey: Hi Lyndsey! How I miss you :D. Yes of course you can... Even for those who are totally newbies in bento making can make this dragonfly :D. Thanks Lyndsey, I just love to employ things around me as my food photo props ^^

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  7. Love this dragonfly. Too pretty to eat!

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  8. @Anncoo: Thanks a lot Ann :D. Hey, never see a dragonfly on your baking creation, one sounds a great idea ;D

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  9. @Journal Mommy Yenny: Thanks a lot Mbak Yen ;D

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  10. @Bobo: Many thanks Bobo ^^. Hey, it's deadly easy to make :D

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  11. @KASKUS: Terimakasiiiiihhh, semoga senang berkunjung disini :D

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  12. Sigh, this bento sparkles with a dragonfly's radiance. Love this bento theme, I'd love to try it some summery day!

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  13. @Bentobird: Thanks dear buddy :D. Yes, don't forget to let me know then :D

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  14. Hello, Rahmasari. I love the figures that you made for bento. Could you tell me what ingredients you made to make the figures of the tone and the pink flower from? Thank you :)

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  15. @Vicky Laurentina: Hello Mbak Vicky :D. Just call me "Tata" please ^^. Thanks a lot for coming here and your sweet comments. Do you mean pink flower and yellow note in this post? They are plastic food picks for bento accessories, they're reusable and you can buy them in online bento store :D

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  16. Salam kenal mba Tata.. Your blog is so gorgeous! Bentonya cantik-cantiik, potonya keren-kereen.. Tampilannya pun ga pasaran. Thanks for being so inspiring ^^ Seneng bgt nemu blog ini

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  17. @Mama Aisyah: Salam kenal juga Mama Aisyah yang baik hati ^^
    Alhamdulillah mbak terimakasih supportnya. Doain supaya bisa selalu berkarya yaaa *hugs ^^

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