There was no bento to write about yesterday as it was a National Holiday!
Instead we spent most of the day lazying about at home as it was simply too hot outside and visited a new (for the Missus!) sushi resstaurant in the evening!
The scales were ceratinly a pleasure to look at this morning!
Therefore back to healthy food and habits!
The Missus prepare “Maze Sushi/混ぜ鮨, or “mixed sushi” in English.
-“What did you put in it?” I asked most politely.
-“At least 10 ingredients! Why don’t you try and discover them?”
Avocado, ham, cheese, black olive, tomato, sansho/Japanese pepper (pickled), …. that does make 10! I’m in for a beating tonight.
The “salad” was certainly colouful once again (and tasty, an healthy!)!
Cut Renaissance tomatoes grown in Kakegawa City (I buy them regularly at Kakegawa Station on my way back from university), cornichons, lettuce, carrot tagliatelle saled with walnuts, and semi-boiled egg topped with black olive. East meets West!
Alright, I loved it!
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10 thoughts on “Today’s Lunch Box/Bento (’10/53): Maze Sushi Bento”
If I had someone making me bentos like those, I wouldn’t even think of going out. You are a lucky man!
Well, I’m double lucky as I still go out!LOL
I don’t see any maize, Bob. The closest thing to corn in that bento is the cornichon.
That joke took you a long time to concoct but it was worth it! LOL (I’m amazed!)
Wonderfully colourful as usual!
Thanks dear Susan!
I’m trying hard to get the Missus to create more!LOL
This is called ‘happy meal’, full of vibrant colours and healthy too.
Cheers, I’ll tell the Missus!
Please tell your lovely Missus, “thank you”, from me. I completely forgot about maze sushi! What a wonderful idea as it’s colorful, nutritious and somewhat “easier” for me to assemble! “Doomo”!
I sure will, dear Debra!
Thank you so much!