Peaceloving Pax, the doctor and amateur food artist created below super adroable riceball which probably no one want to actually eat them. Inspired by cute bento pictures on Instagram, Pax tried to create some cute food herself. Started with panda family rice balls and curry lunch box, Pax fell in love with making thoes food hence her continued this hobby and collected the pictures of her creations. From Totoro to Star War, you can find a lot cute and nerdy charcters in her creation. Here are some of our favorite and you can go ther her instagram page for more.
Also, if you are interested in these kind of food creation, do check our posts about “edible art“.
If I am child of Samantha Lee, I will be really expect for my lunch everyday since Samantha always create something adorable to look and delicious to eat for her kids. Started to do this meal thing since 2008 and now Samantha is definitely a marster in this area. Her creative and unique ways of approaching mealtimes has garnered her international attention and have over half a million followers. Here are some of her newly meal creation and if you want to see her previous work, click here for more on our site.
When I was a kid, I ate whatever my mom gave me. While these days it just seem parents really put a lot of effort to get their kids to eat. As a father, David Laferriere has been drawing all kinds of illustrations on his kids’ sandwich bag. And today, we have Samantha Lee, a mother of two daughters, makes adorable lunch meals to encourage her elder daughter to eat independently. Characters from comic books, movies and cartoons are sculpted out of rice, pancakes, cookie, vegetables and fruits. It was said that each dish takes an hour and a half to create. Can’t imagine preparing every meal like that for kids. But guess it will be a good family activity to creat those things with kids once a while. If you are interested in how to make those meals, check how-to’s on her blog EatzyBitzy.
Japan is an interesting country to me. They have some really good products, creative ideas and pay lots of attention to detail. You can find those examples in their daily life, for instance, how they prepare their lunch.
Bentō (べんとう ) is a single-portion takeout or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. Although Bentō is readily available in many places throughout Japan, including convenience stores, Bentō shops, train stations, and department stores, it is still common for Japanese homemakers to spend considerable time and energy producing an appealing boxed lunch.