Exploring the flavors, seasons and food cultures of my Sonoma County habitat (and beyond)...
How simple and fresh.What a lovely way to spend the midday meal...
simple and pretty, Jenn
Lovely comment, thank you Sheri!
Smiles...thanks Yenny dear!
Its so beautiful and fresh looking! ^^ I love looking at your bentos!
Hello there AikoVenus! Really appreciate your sunny comments, thanks SO much! ^^ Have a great day!
Simple, flavorful and fresh. All great aspects of a wonderful bento Jenn! Beautiful sparkle on winter grass, I can imagine the slight rustle with the breeze as it passes through.
Helloooo Robin! Thanks so much for your comments. I did love the play of light amid the delicate forms of the grasses.Wishing you a really good weekend, friend!u
I love how even in the simplest of bentos you have such an artistic touch. Love the play of colors, and your broccoli is so green!! Actually it's lunchtime right now and it's been awhile since I've had sushi...any left? :)The grasses are still so interesting even when they are brown! And pretty! Wishing you and Jamison a wonderful weekend!
Hi sweet Lynds,Thanks for a comment that really brightened my evening!! I just was in the mood for a really simple and traditional bento. I'm not sure what these grasses are called but I do love them :)Wishing you guys a great weekend, too! At least on Saturday, warmer than usual temps here, and sunny! "See" you soon, buddy!
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