Tuesday, August 16, 2011

A Bento idea

Posted By on Tue, Aug 16, 2011 at 7:43 AM

A BENTO SUGGESTION: For barbecue joints.
I sometimes come up with some really off-the-track thoughts, but this one might have a little merit.

After recommending Haru for lunch yesterday, the idea of Bento boxes got stuck in my head. So I came up with a list of types of cuisine and the foods you might find in a Bento box or equivalent for that sort of food. Yes, some of them are out there and might get you a good laugh.

Still, I think the idea has merit. I'm one of those sorts that craves variety but doesn't want to eat a whole lot (which a buffet might encourage) and the only really good way to get a little of everything in the Japanese-sort of way is to get one of those Bento boxes. See what you think, say what you think, share over at Tie Dye Travels.

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