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Friday, July 15, 2011

sunny yellow inspiration bento


Hi bento pals! Today's lunch features a bright yellow pepper filled with corn, crabmeat, scallions and Japanese roasted sesame dressing. Romaine leaves and edible nasturtium leaves and flowers also in the bento along with hidden green apple slices. Refreshing Sencha Shot green tea to drink...

The sunny yellow notebook was found at a great stationary shop in SF's Japantown, I really love its pure and happy color. "Heavenly Blue" morning glories have burst into bloom for the first time, such a lift to see them this morning:


Happy weekend!


6 comments:

Robin said...

It is so grey here in Seattle that I am envious of your lovely sunny posting. What a perfect way to stuff a yellow pepper Jenn, a bit of sunshine in a few bites.

Hope you have a great weekend!

Anonymous said...

What a great idea with the pepper! I think, i will copy that ;)
We have so much rain and dark weather over here. No summer... it's more like autumn. But there is hope for august, so we will see.

Greetings from cold germany

Anja

Bentobird said...

Hi Robin! Interested to hear more about Seattle, where hopefully the sun will emerge on your visit?

Bentobird said...

Greetings Anja! Wow, that does sound more like October than August. I'm glad you stopped by...

Bobo said...

I miss your pretty bento and pictures..
and this sunny bento makes my day.. :)

Bentobird said...

Hi Bobo! Thanks for stopping by and sharing your warm words. So impressed with your latest nursery rhyme bento, sooo creative!