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Yum-Yum Bento Box

Fresh Recipes for Adorable Lunches

Crystal Watanabe, Maki Ogawa

Paperback

List Price: 16.95*
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Description

This book makes creating colorful, cute, and tasty Japanese-style lunches easy and fun!

Learn how to craft your favorite foods into a variety of shapes—from caterpillars, cars, and puppy dogs to pretty flowers, princesses, and kitty cats to make the yummy, healthy lunches that are all the rage in Japan. Featuring chapters on Cuties & Critters, Fairy-Tale Friends, and Special Day Treats, plus a handy shopping guide, easy recipes for mini snacks, general tips and tricks, and so much more, Yum-Yum Bento Box is the perfect guide for beginner bento makers and expert chefs alike. Stop wasting money on pre-packaged lunches—and start making beautiful, healthy bentos!
 
Includes:
· An introduction to Japanese Lunches
· Packing a Bento Box
· Bento Boxes, Tools, And Accessories
· Ingredients
· Cuties & Critters
· Fairy-Tale Friends
· Special-Day Treats


Praise For Yum-Yum Bento Box: Fresh Recipes for Adorable Lunches

“Move over, brown bags. Bento box lunches are prettier, eco-friendly and just plain fun.”—Working Mother

“Jazz up your child's lunch box with cute little bento that are easier to make than you think.”—Mother Nature Network

Yum-Yum Bento Box is too cute for words.”—Modesto Bee

Quirk Books, 9781594744471, 144pp.

Publication Date: July 1, 2010



About the Author

Crystal Watanabe (a.k.a. Pikko) started making bento boxes for herself as a way to eat small, healthy portions, and she enjoyed it so much that she now shares her hobby with bento fans worldwide at her blog Adventures in Bentomaking (www.aibento.net). She lives in Hawaii with her husband and two children. Maki Ogawa (a.k.a. Luckysundae) is a Japanese mom who loves to make cute bento boxes for her two young boys, her husband, and herself. She shares her creations on Flickr and at her blog, Cute Obento (www.cuteobento.com).