Edited: The giveaway is now closed. I will notify the winner.
Unbelievable but it is my 6 year blogiversary! I am celebrating with a giveaway in appreciation for my readers. I have one large prize (all of the items in these photos will go to one person!) this year for a person with an United States of America address. A majority of these items were purchased in January when I was in Japan.
Assorted bento boxes, egg molds, rice mold, and small mayo cup.
Assorted silicone cups and silicone baran (food divider).
Assorted bento food picks.
Assorted cookie cutters.
Assorted Disney themed bento food picks.
How to Enter:
- Please submit a comment (if you have an U.S.A. address).
- Make sure that I have your email address with your comment.
- For an additional entry please subscribe to my blog by email (top right of the page between the header and the social media buttons) and tell me in your comment that you subscribed.
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Prizes cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes. Winner will be randomly selected by a random number generator and notified by the email submitted with your comment. Entries that do not fulfill the mandatory requirements will be deleted. Winner will have 48 hours to respond before a new winner is selected. Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest are in no way associated with this giveaway. If you’ve chosen to subscribe by email for an additional entry, you must still be doing so at the time of the drawing or you will be disqualified, and I will draw again. I do not share or sell information and will use any information only for the purpose of contacting the winner. This giveaway ends Friday, July 21, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. EDT. (Edited: The giveaway is now closed.)
I made this fun lunch for myself.
Container: U Konserve
Contents: Kermit – cheese and broccoli mashed potatoes, cheese details with food coloring, edamame, pineapple, grapes, watermelon, cantaloupe
I made this simple meal for myself. The elephant rice was easy to shape using this mold.
Container: Book Bento Box
Contents: Elephants (cooked Nishiki rice shaped using plastic rice mold), spinach details, carrots, broccoli, toasted sliced almonds
Last month I needed to make a morning sweet to go along with coffee for a crowd. I wanted something easy since I was adjusting to a new job and did not have most of my kitchen supplies yet. My niece suggested that I make coffee cake. I borrowed 2 pans and creamed the butter and sugar by hand since I did not have my mixer yet. I baked one the night before and the other was prepped the night before and baked in the morning. I cut them into small pieces.
I made Blueberry Coffee Cake and Make Ahead Coffee Cake (without the icing). The Make Ahead Coffee Cake is very convenient and delicious and I have made it twice now (also for a bring and share food day at work). My co-workers said that I can make coffee cake anytime.
I made this sheep themed salad for myself on a day that my niece and I went furniture shopping. We ate our lunches in my car. I used “daikon“, (Japanese radish) for the sheep. It is larger than typical radish and great for using small cookie cutters.
Left Side: Sheep – daikon (cut with cookie cutter), cheddar cheese, pistachio nuts, mixed lettuce
Top Right: Raspberries
Bottom Right: Triscuit crackers
I made this salad for my niece on a day that she helped me go furniture shopping. We ate our bentos in the car between furniture stores.
Left Side: Butterflies – melon (cut with cookie cutters), raspberries, pistachio nuts, mixed lettuce
Top Right: Butterfly crackers
Bottom Right: Butterflies – carrots (cut with tiny cutter), celery with peanut butter
I made this dog themed bread lunch for my nephew to bring to school. He loves my homemade rolls and requested them for lunch. I enjoy making shaped bread.
Left Side: Dog shaped bread (used this recipe), added chocolate chips after the bread was cooled, bone shaped cheddar cheese (cookie cutter)
Top Right: Carrots
Bottom Right: Raspberries