Lunch in a Box

Speed bento technique: Freezing sandwiches
Some mothers are better than others, I mean, when the issue is kids’ lunch box. Biggie, from Lunch in a Box: Building a Better Bento, is one of those dedicated, talented and with a lot patience, mothers and wives, in her case. She makes those adorable lunch boxes in bento style, and shares recipes, tips and techniques of their preparation. She’s also a proud creator and admin of those Flickr groups: Lunchbox Recipes and Kid Eats.
Salmon cake lunches & mini mandoline
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One Response to Lunch in a Box

  1. Wow, thank you for stopping by Lunch in a Box! I’m not so sure how much patience I have, though — that’s why I make only speed bentos and don’t spend a lot of time creating food art. I’m right in the middle of the spectrum at my son’s Japanese immersion preschool — lazier than food art, more than a sandwich in a baggie.

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