Thursday, 4 October 2012

World Animal Day Bento Hop

It's World Animal Day today and I'm joining my fellow Bento Bloggers in a bento hop. In celebration of World Animal Day, each of us have chose a different animal in our bento , so you are going to get ideas for 38 different animals after you compete the hop. Please click on the link at the end of the post and have a fun Zoo visit at the comfort of your home. :)

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I chose chicken for my bentos today. Here's my onigiri chicken family. The little chick is made using Tamago. :)

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The boys also had grilled chicken, golden kiwis and strawberries for this lunch bento.

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Ham and Cheese pocket sandwich for the boys' snack time in School. I packed some grapes under the green leaf baran.

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Features of the chick are done with carrots, ham and a heart shaped bento pick. :)

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Beef noodles for my dinner last night. :)

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Kept the beef noodles from last night for my lunch today. :P I'm not making any bentos tomorrow, there's no School and we are going shopping. :P I'll post our picnic bentos over the weekends. :)

Now, please click on the image above to go to Bentobloggy and check out Emily's awesome creation in celebration of World Animal Day. :)

Where to get same or similar items seen in today's bentos:

73 comments:

  1. LOVE your chickens! I die! everything you do is incredible!

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    1. Totally agree!!! you are sooo awesome and creative

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    2. Awwww, Tk u, Michelle n JeeJee. :)

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  2. So sweet! and I love that the snack also matches the theme!

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  3. So, so so cute! I love that the snacks keep with your theme!

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  4. Super cute and I love how you created the beak on the onigiri!:)

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  5. Everything is Amazing! I especially like the pocket sandwich chick -- what a great idea!

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  6. Ming, these are so so adorable! Your lunches are always amazing, and inspiring. XO

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  7. I always look forward to seeing what you make - I love your lunches and snacks!!! don't be surprised if I attempt to copy these chickens sometime - they are so cute!

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    1. Tk u, Kristie. Look forward to see yours. :)

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  8. I can't pick a favorite because they are all so fun!!! Ming, you are SO talented!!!

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  9. Outstanding as usual!!!! I always love looking at your lunches!

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  10. I agree with everyone, you're a special talent Ming! Enjoy your lovely family on a shopping free day out!

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    1. Tk u, Keisha, we did, bought some bento stuff, yay! :)

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  11. You are such an incredible artist! I LoVE the wooden boxes!

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  12. These are just amazing! I love every bit of them... especially the sandwiches! Those are adorable!

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  13. What more can I say? This is amazing. You are such a great artist and the best bento inspiration I could have. Love!

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  14. WOW! Fantastic job! Love the little chick in the sandwich!

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  15. oh my gosh! Ming, this is so cute!

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  16. Love the chicken onigiri family, so sweet. But the sandwiches are amazing! I will keep the idea in mind for Easter ;p

    Have a nice shopping day!

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    1. Tk u, Mayumi! We did, bought some bento stuff. :)

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  17. Amazing! Love both the chicken bentos. You are so inspiring!

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  18. Incredible as always. The pocket sandwiches are amazing!

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  19. I'm not worthy! I'm not worthy! This is too awesome.

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  20. What a wonderful lunch! The birds are so cute!

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  21. Wow you knock my socks off!

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  22. Okay.. seriously.. super cute! Those chicks in the pockets just sent me to the moon and back.. squee.. I have to know how you make the tomago though.. one of my favorites when I go out for sushi. Would love to create it at home!

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    1. Tk u, Sarah. :)) My tamago are not authentic, my boys dun like the usual sweet version, so these are just made with pinch of salt n mayo n cook tamago style.

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  23. Wow, these are amazing!! Love the sandwiches.

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  24. I just love your chickens. You did an amazing job. One of my favorites!

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  25. I love it all. But, those pocket sandwich chickens are so adorable!

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  26. Your chickens are so so adorable!! Great job :D

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  27. Ming, those chicken onigiri are so neat & cute!!
    I like the way u can make those rice balls look like the plastic food showcase outside Japanese restaurants :D
    Heee! Simply awesome & a piece of art!

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    1. Tk u very much for your kind comments!! :))

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  28. OMG. I bow down at your greatness. Your lunches are just awe-inspiring! Beautiful. :)

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  29. Ming!! Ur bread chick is awesome!!! Super like!!!
    Emily (ET)

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  30. Those peek-a-boo chicks are so cute :-D

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  31. Unbelievably beautiful and adorable lunch, as always :-) My son said 'Can I have that lunch for Christmas?' he loved it so much! Those pocket sandwiches are gorgeous too!

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  32. I always love your lunches! You are amazingly creative! :)

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