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I’m not superstitious and I don’t believe Friday the 13th means bad luck. Hey, on Fridays it’s almost W.E.E.K.E.N.D.! But Monday the 13th… Yaiks, that’s something else indeed! I don’t like Mondays… And now both July and August bring us that black day :(
Today I hoped to balance things out a bit by bringing bento #61 to work: 6 + 1 = lucky number 7! :)
- bed of romaine lettuce
- pesto egg with sundried tomato
- hot pepper (from the balcony) with houmous
- slice of cucumber
- cauliflower florets
- black olives
- pine nuts
I also added some walnut after making the picture.
- mexican nut mix (‘pepita mix‘)
- carrot sticks
- seedless grapes
- pasta salad (corn, hot pepper, (fresh & sundried) tomato, pine nuts, pesto, basil, red tofu)
This bento really helped me get through my busy day! :)
Of course macaroni rigate is a bit too large for a real pasta salad but I am not small-minded when it comes to using leftovers!
BTW: did you spot the 3 song titles in this post??? Answers behind the cut :)
I present to you: Thursday 9th of July’s bento (#60).
- quiche wedge (rocket salad*, potato*, pine nuts, cheese, egg*)
- seedless grapes
- red & black currants*
- homegrown bean sprouts*
- emmental La vache qui rit cheese
- homegrown garden cress*
- beet* salad on romaine leaves* (go to bento #59 for ingredients)
All ingredients marked with ‘*’ were organic. We got some new garden beet in our veggie bag this week. What shall we prepare with them this time? Their leaves, which are almost the same as (Swiss) chard and can be processed like spinach, we already ate in a Italian pasta sauce.
Veggiebag week 28-2009
I decided I would like to be able to look up what came in our weekly Aardvlo bag of organic vegetables. At the end of each year there’s a questionnaire about what you would love to get more often — or what you didn’t like so much. A question that’s easier to answer when you can remember what you got! :-o
So, week 28 of 2009 brought us: a whole bag of basil (we made some fresh pesto sauce and used that on bruschettas, in a salad dressing and for a pasta salad), a head of lettuce, leeks (we had some oven steamed with cheese; there’s one stalk left which we will probable eat with nasi goreng), tomatoes, red beet with leaves, red and black berries.
Are you all really jealous now? ;)
No picture of bento 28 but a nice picture of grapes that we took with our new camera on our holiday in Cappadocia (Turkey). You see, our old photo camera broke just two days before our vacation! I discovered that while making photos of bento #28, the last bento I took to work.
Of course this bento contained some green grapes. Along side iceberg salad, wild tomatoes, cream cheese with herbs (Boursin), small crackers, green olives, some carrot, Italian nibbles (Genoa’s) and a vegetarian sausage. On the side I took an apple and some forest fruit yoghurt.