2 Little Chicks Bento

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Just a short post... I managed to make this bento last Sunday, just directly after I made the Rilakkuma Picnic Bento. It didn't take long to fill in this bento box, probably around 5 minutes, because it's super tiny. I used the bottom tier of my Hanako Kokeshi bento box. Please see the red bento box below, if you want to know which one is the Hanako Kokeshi bento box..



I couldn't put much variety in the box because there's really not much space at all. If you own a Kokeshi bento box, I am sure you know what I am talking about. The diameter of the bento box is just around 8 cm. The bento box is filled with Fried Wild Rice with Seafood and XO sauce, blanched green beans, 2 Chick-eggs, 2 surimi/ham rolls, red currant and a broccoli.

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35 comments:

  1. OMG, I can see it's very small... (way smaller than mine). Btw, hey... we are connected, I posted two chicks bento too hehe :D

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  2. Those chick eggs look delicious! Great craftsmanship!

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  3. This looks amazing, as usual! You are a genius!

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  4. Love those little chickie bentos. The idea is so simple yet adorable. Where do you come up with all these ideas? Too cute!

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  5. I love your bentos! look really cute. I love the two chicks are adorable, huggs, gloria

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  6. Oh, dear me! I never would think to make boiled eggs look like that! How beautiful! :)

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  7. This looks amazing, as usual! You are a genius!

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  8. It might be little but it's adorable! I love it, what cute bento boxes. You still have all the color.

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  9. I love the little chicks! So cute and super nice idea! 

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  10. Pretty tiny bento...but still super yummy I'm sure. Saw you over in the Top 9 on Foodbuzz. Well done!

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  11. The chicks are so cute! I love their little feet sticking out :) Well thought out detail!

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  12. Love the idea of the bento box. In fact, we have a new restaurant in Chicago called The Bento. I'm anxious to try it.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  13. I absolutely looooove the chicks!!! so cute!

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  14. cute,adorable,many colors,many vitamines

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  15. That's so creative using the eggs like that! You are an artistic food genius! I have so much fun looking at your photos, they always inspire me to be more creative in the kitchen :)

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  16. oh my, those lil chicks are so cute!
    your small bento equally cute as your big bentos.. :)

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  17. Love your bentos!! So colourful and vibrant!

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  18. wow...the 2 little chicks are sooo cute, love their corrot feet..hehe. You are so creative, as always. :)

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  19. But this super tiny little box contains enough cheers : ).

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  20. Oh how cute! Both the chicks and the bento box!

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  21. OMG those chicks are super cute! You are on a roll with these bento boxes. Really well done :)

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  22. hey wait...I could make this one@ Love it, cute and adorable.

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  23. Oh my gosh that looks too cute! Your creations always put me on a good mood :-)

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  24. Gorgeous bento. These bento arts never failed to amaze me. Love the "chicken egg" or should I say "Egg Chicken"?

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  25. Whoah..a bento with balanced nutrients!! =) Plus it's cute.I think you are very good at art!

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  26. The egg chicks look so pretty!

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  27. I think I might just be able to do those cute little chicks... adorable. Tres cool!

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  28. simple but still looks very beautiful..have a nice weekend, cg!

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  29. Adorable! Such creativity and so fun! I have perused many of your posts and loved each one! So nice stopping by to visit with you!

    Kindly, Lorraine

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  30. looks amazingly mouthwatering..tempting n yummy..amazed by ur creativity...a visual treat indeed
    First time here..u hv a wonderful space..visit mine as time permits..
    Sanyukta
    http://creativesanyukta.blogspot.com/

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  31. I bought the 'Yum-Yum Bento Box' today, was inspired to make them by your blog :) Even if it's small, this bento box looks amazing!

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  32. Is it Eastern already??? Love the bunnies, and love the cute egg presentation!! they make me smile!

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