For once, those two are for me!!! Yep, there's no sharing with a friend this time!! That's actually because I made those with the left-overs, and the only things remaining for me to eat this week (-_-')
In both: corn, veggies mix, and tabbouleh (some kind of north african dish), and "tako"-sausages.
There's a mix of japanese crackers, and a mochi in both.
Then, one has a chocolate pudding, the other one has some candies.
Those candies are from a well-known box. If you've seen "Graves of fireflies" you'll understand (^_^)
And finally, rice with sliced nori and sesame seeds.
Following the previous post, here are the bento we made with a friend for Japan Expo.
As I said it's really crowded, so to get to eat at any food stand, you'll have to wait and wait and wait and wait... so it's easier sometimes to bring your own food. (even though there's no place to sit...)
So like everybody else, you go sit on the floor at the end of the exhibit, and eat.
Here we had a little cup with japanese crackers, 2 heart-shaped onigiri, sausages, carots, tomatoes... and cakes, cookies and pineapples for dessert.
For those who don't know what it is, it is a HUGE convention, lasting for 4 days, with a lot of artists' exposition, concerts, signing sessions from artists, show cases, cosplay competition, a lot to see and to buy too! (^_^)
The place is actually crowded (especially on the saturday) but this is really fun!
There you can all kind of things you can't in your hometown, and buy things you sometimes even can't find on the internet.
This is a big display of the japanese culture and really entertaining for anyone, japan-lovers or not!
As I announced a few posts ago, I ordered new tools for my kitchen.
My collection has considerably grown since the last time I checked...
Today, I tried the onigiri push! It is way easier than making it by hand of course, but to me, it is also a good way to have several onigiri with the same size
(which I have never been able to do by hand)
Also, you will spot a little cup together with the dessert.
This contains mayo to go with the carrots.
Tomorrow's a special day: last school day before finals!!
As the weather is great lately, it feels good eating outside!
Actually, today I had my last bento (on the previous post). We all ate outside with my friends and they would look at me with the kind of look saying "What the crap is that?! Why can't she get a sandwich like anybody else?!"
It was kind of funny, and I will do it again tomorrow with the following bento:
That one is a bit special for me, as it's the first one without dessert!
But I'm still gonna get those looks for I'm being careful of what I eat, and with class!