Wednesday, 22 June 2011

Moo-Cow Rilakkuma Bento



I have to admit, I didn't make this bento to eat it. I made it for fun, that's why the lack of 'yummy' ingredients. Just eggs and rice, they don't look so appetising, do they? To be honest, I am still very busy, so to get away from my pile of work, I sneaked into the kitchen and made bento instead *uuppss* ;). So for the time being Rilakkuma has to stay overnight in the fridge and I'll probably eat him tomorrow for lunch with a side dish - Wow, I do sound quite brutal, don't I...;)!



Rilakkuma's face is made out of soy-sauce tinted hard-boiled egg and the cow suit of rice and nori. The two little chicks are quail eggs, tinted with turmeric and the facial features are from nori.


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28 comments:

  1. Cooking this sooooo beauty to eat, is sooo cute,xxgloria

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  2. Ahaha so cute in cow suit! =) Thanks for sharing this cute bento - I know you are busy. :-)

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  3. What a cute beautiful cow!! I just can't help smiling :D I don't think I would want to eat it if I have that...too pretty to spoil it. You are just SOOOOO creative!

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  4. The moo-cow rilakkuma is adorable, but I am particularly impressed by the feet of the chicks! How can you cut them so well? Do you need a special cutter or can you use scissors?

    ciao and thank you
    Alessandra

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  5. looks awesome dear..lovely recipe.

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  6. Oh! Your moo bento looks so cute...you are very creative and always amazes me.
    Hope you are having a great week :-)

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  7. Ever so creative & cute! Really hats off to your patience too. 

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  8. I am always amazed at your talent. Great photo as usual.

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  9. hyakakakakakaka i love how it's totol totol...

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  10. Wow! He looks too good to eat. Poor cow :-)

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  11. Haha CG how do you come up with all of these brilliant ideas? :D

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  12. I am always in awe by your creativity! This looks simply stunning!

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  13. so kawaï !!! i like it !!

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  14. too cute to eat indeed, but rice and eggs, why not, simple and nutritious ;-) i love it!

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  15. I also tend to go to the kitchen when I want to have a break from my work... but I don't end up with such complicated and beautiful creations!

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  16. ahhh this cutie reminds me of kung fu panda. just saw that movie! adorable~~ :)

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  17. I can relate very well to this kind of procrastinating - I usually use my piano or blogging to keep me from working. ;) The bento is very cute, as always!

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  18. @ Alessandra - I used a nori puncher (for quail eggs) to make the feet (and also eyes, hair, nose) - a lifesafer when you make something tiny :).

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  19. Love the cow suit. Very posh ;)

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  20. Oh I love the cute lil hair of the 2 quail egg chicks! So cute! ^.^

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  21. This is so cute! I really love how you prepare all your bentos - it shows your creativity and passion for it!

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  22. I want a nori puncher too lol!!!

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  23. i think the way you made him looks so cute..i'm sure he;s a happy cow with his two chick friends on his side!

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