Sunday, August 19, 2012

Biscuits and Meatballs Bento

Here's a bento that I made a while ago.
On the left, we have some sliced up leftover biscuits. On the right, separated by several pieces of reusable silicone baran, we have some meatballs, bell pepper slices, and cucumber slices. Almonds also appear in this simple bento, filling the gaps between meatballs.

If you take a closer look at the cucumbers, you'll notice that they are sliced in an odd way. I used this crinkle-cutting tool to achieve that effect. The crinkle-cutting tool is very easy to use, and feels very sturdy.


  1. I like that you used real food to make an attractive meal. In other words, a real meal that looks nice, and not just art made with food. I see too many people post bento pictures of things that no one could ever consider a meal, and yours is a refreshing change.

  2. Thanks! I like to let the food speak for itself. I think that pretty much all food is naturally attractive, if presented so that it can look its best. Of course, every once in a while, I do enjoy making a cuter lunch, but that is the exception rather than the rule with me. :)