Friday, 18 January 2013

Classic Pooh Bento

The boys saw it's A. A. Milne birthday on 18th of January in a mag last week. I told them we will make some Pooh and Piglet bentos this week to celebrate.

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I made these for their lunch yesterday, classic Pooh bento made from cheese and nori. It was fun making them the first time. I said the first time because I accidentally dropped one and had to make another. Felt a little frustrated making it another time. -_-

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I packed the box with rice, broccoli, ginger pork, grapes and strawberries. I will share the ginger pork recipe next Monday. I made a clasic Piglet bento that I will share together then as well. :)

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Packed the same ginger pork for my bento, added some greens and tomatoes as well. Now, how about sharing some of your past bentos related to the works of A. A. Milne? Read on to link up to a linky party hosted by Biting the Hand That Feeds You.

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31 comments:

  1. We love classic Pooh! I woul love to get your ginger pork recipe. It looks yummy!

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    1. Tk u, Crystal! Recipe is in today's post, hope u like it. :)

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  2. Your lunches look delicious!

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  3. Love this! The nori outline on Pooh turned out very well! I can so imagine it gets tedious working with those tiny nori details after a while. Good job!

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    1. Tk u, yah, it was frustrating doing it the 3rd time. -_-

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  4. Love the classic Pooh! Great job and amazing details!

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  5. Those are crazy good. Crazy amazing. Cramazing. You make amazing Pooh. ^.^

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  6. Awesome! I can't believe you cut the nori outline.

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    1. Tk u, Eileen, I used a fine tipped scissors which helped a lot! :)

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  7. I love your Classic Pooh bento, super cute! That is the first nursery theme my son had when he was a baby, lots of memories. Have a wonderful weekend! :)

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  8. Great theme! So bad that I didn't know about it and now it's gonna be a weekend. This classic Pooh looks really sweet and ginger pork seems delicious. Next great bento ^^.

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    1. Tk u, do link up if u hv an old pooh bento. :)

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  9. I LOVE your bentos...the nori details are wonderful! Such beautiful lunches. <3

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  10. wow! your classic pooh lunch looks great.

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  11. So cute! I love Classic Pooh :D

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  12. love ginger pork! yummms!

    the nori outlines is so much work, wonderful job as usual!

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    1. Tk u, Shirley! Enjoyable when I started out, but really frustrating when I had to re-do.

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  13. Oh...you are so talent in drawing! Love this Classic Pooh!

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    1. Lol, I've no talent in drawing, cut these fr nori.

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  14. So stinking adorable! I love it! You do such great work!

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  15. Very cute and elegant! Must be hard to cut the nori for the drawing.

    I love ginger pork, I have to share my recipe too as I was asked in the blog for it.

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    1. Tk u, Mayumi, a fine tipped scissors helped a lot. I've to check out urs too. :)

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  16. I LOVE this. Classic Pooh is the best! Fantastic job!

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