Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Little Kitten Bento + Tutorial


Hey everyone! For people who have previously visited my blog regularly, please don't get shocked ;)! I am sure you have noticed that I recently changed the look of my blog ;). I just wanted a change, because I simply couldn't see that same, old blog skin anymore, and I also wanted to personalise my blog a bit more. Previously I used a free blogskin available online somewhere, but this time, everything is designed by yours truly ;). So, please don't be too harsh on me, I know that there are lots of rooms for improvement, especially because I don't have any knowledge in coding. I was thinking to use a different platform other than blogger, because it's going to give me more freedom in designing my blog. But then again, I've been using blogger for (wow!) a bit more than 4 years now, so I decided to stay here and be loyal to blogger ;). 

I will nevertheless add a new section to my blog, such as a gallery to improve audience experience - I am aware that my blog is not the easiest to navigate. If you think that there are other cool things I should add to my blog, please do let me know :). 

Anyway, back to the bento above - I actually made it ages ago, but haven't posted about it until today. It's pretty simple to make and you don't need god-mighty skills to make it as long as you own some cookie cutters and a nori punch. The kitties are made from fried spam, cheese, carrot and nori seaweed. The sides are a portion of boiled corn kernels, edamame beans and pan-fried scotch egg.


I will make a horse-themed bento within the next few days since it's my dad's year as well :). My dad is currently here, so it's going to be dedicated to him :). Stay tuned!

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14 comments:

  1. Love the recipe and the bento creation!

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  2. Great tutorial & love your new blog looked!!

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    1. Great that you like the new look, Karen :)!

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  3. Cute!!!

    Mimma
    www.myfashionsketchbook.com

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    1. Thanks for visiting, Mimma Carbone :)!

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  4. Great tutorial. You have a great blog!! Thank you for stopping by my blog and checking it out.

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  5. It looks absolutely fabulous!

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  6. So cute as ever. Thanks for tuto usefull for beginners. What is spam ?

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    1. Thanks zouzou lechat :)! Spam is canned meat: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spam_%28food%29

      It's pretty unhealthy, but you can always use a healthier alternative such as firm tofu or other things with similar texture :).

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  7. I love your step by step tutorial section! It makes us believe it's easier than we think! :)

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    1. Hehe, I hope it helps people who want to try doing charaben though :).

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