I called today’s bento Cereal Rice Bento because the Missus steamed the rice with a special mix of 15 different cereals!
I had been busy all day yesterday being driven for 6 hours through Shizuoka Prefecture. I’m still pretty tired today, what with all the translation work I have to do for Agrigraph Japan, and I needed a solid bento!
As I said the rice was steamed with the addition of a special mix of 15 cereals including corn and many grains. It certainly made for staple!
The Missus added her speciality, soft-boiled egg sprinkled with black sesame and a salad of boiled string beas, red pimentoes, and a dressing containing burdock root chips.
The garnish box was also plentiful!
Spagheti in peperone stle with brocoli, lettuce, prawns fritters and lime for extra taste and zest.
For dessert, imported grapes and local strawberries (the season has just atrted for the latter!)
Plenty for the day and tasty!
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