Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Wordless Wednesday {linky}: Family Obento Ideas - Green Tea Maccha Soba | Week 27


 What's in my obento this week? 
Green Tea Soba {抹茶そば} noodles.

One of Lil Pumpkin's fave dish! :)
I used my Sakura puncher for the seaweed & dolphin cookie cutter on the ham.
It's the CP Jumbo Bologna ham made of chicken meat. Like the Hello Kitty sausages, they came frozen but could easily be heated up in the microwave in their own microwavable packaging.
Convenient for a quick meal like this!

Obento {お弁当} is a home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine and doesn't always need to be complicated or time-consuming. I hope to inspire you to create delicious, everyday obento meals for your family with these simple ideas and tools.

These photos are part of the 52 Weeks Family Obento Ideas series.

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23 comments:

Emily @ Have A Laugh On Me said...

What an awesome idea, love the tiny flowers, cute idea with dolphins also!

stevebethere said...

Looks delicious and wonderfully presented as usual ;-)

Stephanie Jefferson said...

Soba for lunch, great idea!

Joyce Lansky said...

I love the dolphin and star shapes.

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Kristin Aquariann said...

What cute cut-outs! ^.^

alissa apel said...

The little shapes are so cute!

mail4rosey said...

The dolphin cut outs are cute!!

Dominique Goh said...

Soba is one of my kids favourite noodles.
Happy WW

Diana M. said...

I totally need to get one of those punchers. So cute!

Theresa Mahoney said...

I have never heard of these green tea noodles before. They do look really delicious though!

pixiedusk said...

Cute presentation as always and looks yummy too! #WW

Feed Me Dearly said...

How pretty! Those dolphins look so sweet! :)

Ai Sakura said...

I didn't use the punchers made just for food.. just new and clean craft punchers did the trick too! ;)

Masshole Mommy said...

The dolphins make it even better! They are so cute.

Stacy said...

I am officially impressed with the effort you put into your meal! I'd just dump into a box, DONE.

Anonymous said...

Em @ Agent Mystery Case

Wonderful post - very clever food-work! My friend's daughter's name is Haruka, by the by! Thanks so much for linking up for our Blog of the Month for June. Head to the blog on Thursday where we will announce our winner and open up entries for July!

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Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

Love the dolphin-shaped ham! :)

Anita Lim said...

Wow, that looks absolutely beautiful! I normally have noodles for my lunch, but it looks much more messy.
Happy Wordless Wednesday :)

Cathy Kennedy said...

What a cool idea! This makes meal time, a fun time for small ones. Love the inspiration. Happy WW!

Cathy Kennedy said...

One more thing, I added your Wordless Wed badge to my Wordless Wednesday hop page. Have a fototastic day! ;-)

Clairejustine oxox said...

Aww sweet lunch :)

Yummy too :)

indah nuria Savitri said...

Soba is nice..but I love udon better :)..cute dolphins btw :)..you always have a lovely bento :)..

Tami said...

I remember visiting your blog a long time ago...your little one was just a toddler. Now she's five! How times flies. I stopped blogging for awhile, but now I'm back and visiting all of my old hangouts. :)