Definately wasn't designed to be a bento box... I think it's just supposed to be a container you keep your peppers in in the fridge. I've seen them for tomatoes and onions. This was the first pepper though. It's made by tupperware, and I only paid $5 for it! It also came in yellow. But I told myself I could only have one.
It was a bit interesting to pack... the lid is much deeper than I'm used to. But it holds plenty of food for my average lunch.
I packed some tamagoyaki, black pepper triscuits (in a silicone cup to keep them relatively not soggy), smoked gouda cubes (probably my favorite cheese... this week...), cucumber slices (in another silicone cup), two applicots, two radishes, two slices of starfruit, and two guava candies.
Starfruit... I like the flavor... I like the look... I don't like eating it like this. It has some tough membranes through the center that make it difficult to chow down on.
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Two days ago, I reached 5000 page views!
I find this rather awesome.
It's my second blogmark in a week. (And my third will be happening in the VERY near future!)
So this is how we're celebrating.
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