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The tips you need to navigate another year of packed lunches

This July 9, 2012 photo shows a Japanese bento box and Indian Tiffin that offer a multinational version of the traditional brown bag lunch in Concord N.H. Today’s lunch “systems†are dominated by bento-style gear, which originated in Japan and 

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is half-Japanese and was raised in New Jersey) hand-craft and deliver each weekday these farm-to-table takes on bento. Their company, Gorumando, is an homage to ekiben boxes — a particular kind of lunch box served in train stations across Japan.

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Ojai O Japanese Restaurant, 11400 N. Ventura Ave., Suite 8, Ojai. 613-3048: The restaurant in the Mira Monte area was previously the site of Sakura, now in downtown Ojai. With a wide choice of sushi and special rolls, bento box options and select

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There was a time when a lunch box was just that, a box into which your parents packed your lunch. For many years they were metal and came emblazoned with your favorite cartoon or movie characters, as well as a matching thermos. By the '80s, metal was passe, making way for plastic. Then you graduated to paper bags or ditched packed lunches entirely for some atrocious pizza-chicken-cheese-nugget-potato thing from the cafeteria. Lunch gear has come a long way since those days. Today's lunch "systems" are dominated by bento-style gear, which originated in Japan and involve multiple compartments and containers to hold a variety of foods. And that makes sense for modern kids, who are as likely to be toting sushi and DIY taco kits as they are the classic PB&J. The gear also is far more high-tech. Today, everything from the bag to the water bottle is super-insulated and rated so you know how long your darling child's pasta carbonara will stay warm and how long the organic juice will remain chilled. Which isn't to say all modern lunch gear is the same. So I've assembled a few pointers to help you make the best choices as you brace for another year in the lunch-packing trenches. Bento-style containers rule. Having lots of little compartments to fill may sound intimidating, but it's easy. Toss leftovers from last night's roasted chicken in a fourth and before you know it lunch is packed in all of about 5 minutes. That's the power of bento. And faster than you expected, you've assembled a complete meal. For preschool and other young kids, consider a kit such as Laptop Lunches ( LaptopLunches. com ), which packs multiple containers inside an easy-to-open clamshell box. They also come with their own insulated carrying bag and some of the containers are watertight. Older kids require more food and flexibility. For them, LunchBots ( LunchBots. These stainless steel containers are available in numerous configurations that can be combined in endless ways depending on what you feel like packing. They can be pricy, but will last forever (think fourth grade through grad school). Check out the disposable food-storage containers at the grocer (usually alongside the plastic wrap and foil). Many companies now offer bento-like containers you can easily mix and match for lunch duty. Bonus: When Junior loses them, you don't lose a mint. IT'S IN THE BAG. Insulated lunch bags are where it's at. Some lunch kits, such as Laptop Lunches, come with custom bags. But if you're assembling your own container collection, you'll need to shop around. For younger children, a basic insulated bag with a zipper closure should be fine. Combined with an ice pack, these are good for keeping yogurts and other perishables cool. For older kids, you may need to dig a little deeper. When my son transformed from a peckish preschooler to a voracious middle schooler, I needed a serious upgrade in packing space. I searched online for hours before settling on a "picnic bag" that would allow me to pack a sufficient amount of food. Whatever your needs, it's wise to go with a bag that offers two compartments (often divided as bottom and "lid"). This allows you to separate warm and cold items (such as a chilled yogurt cup and a warm soup), as well as segregate easily bruised fruits from hard containers. Lunch liquids generally take two forms — drinks and soups/stews/chili. You'll need gear for both. com ), which offers a line of insulated water bottles so good they are almost scary. As in, I've left an ice water-filled bottle in the blazing sun on my driveway for six hours and it still had ice floating in it. Looking to pack milk or juice and make sure it stays safely chilled. They are rated to keep liquids cold for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours. For soups and chili, I'm a fan of Thermos brand's Foogo food jars ( Thermos. They are a great size for kids (available in 7- and 10-ounce versions), affordable, easy to open and keep foods hot for five hours. Packed lunches are great. Food poisoning isn't. Making sure the former doesn't trigger the latter is just a matter of knowing your numbers. Cold food needs to stay below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Hot food needs to stay above 140 degrees Fahrenheit. Once food falls outside those ranges, it's safe to eat for another two hours. So when you shop for lunch gear — insulated lunch bags, thermoses, water bottles, etc.

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Packing school lunches for fussy children can be a chore. Parents are bored of making the same old soggy sandwiches every day, and your picky eaters don't even show any appreciation when they return their lunchboxes with uneaten veggies and scrappy bits. What if you could entice your children to eat balanced lunches every day? Even better: how do you transform the routine of unoriginal packed lunches into a joy for yourself?Inspired by the Japanese tradition of the bento boxa home-packed meal served in a box with compartments containing different foodsYummy Kawaii Bento reinvents the concept of the stale packed lunch. Learn to make your very own creative bento boxes and turn the law of don't play with your food? on its head by reimagining dishes as colorful cartoon characters. Entice your children with: Teddy bear-shaped mini pizzasHot dog? bunsScrambled egg chicksPorky pastasPanda bamboo saladsand many more edible critters! With more than 160 step-by-step tutorials on how to assemble balanced bento boxes, create food art, and cook individual recipes that bridge the East and the West, Yummy Kawaii Bento turns food preparation into an art and makes eating fun again for both parent and child. Soon, your children will boast to their friends about their lunches, and your spouse might even ask for his or her own takeaway lunch! Lunchtime, or dinnertime, will never be the same again.


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Delicious, delightful, and super-cute. Yum-Yum Bento is back! These tasty, healthy lunches are all the rage in Japan, where mothers create them as expressions of love and kids can't wait to gobble them up. With 50 all-new seasonal-themed bento lunches, this follow-up to Quirk?s favorite Yum-Yum Bento Box is the book moms and kids have been asking for. The smile-inspiring meal plans include walrus pals in winter, a tulip trio in spring, smiling squirrels in autumn, and even holiday creations. The delectable art of bento is so much easier than you think, thanks to these easy-to-follow instructions. Yum yum!


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Bento - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bento (弁当, bentō ?) is a single-portion takeout or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. A traditional bento holds rice, fish or meat, with pickled or ...

Bento (Japanese Lunch Box) - About.com Food
In Japanese culture, bento commonly refers to a packed lunch which might include a combination of Japanese dishes such as rice, meat, fish, and vegetables. Other food ...

Obento and Built Space: Japanese Boxed Lunch and ...
Obento and Built Space: Japanese Boxed Lunch and Architecture examines the material and social culture of bento boxes and how they inspire architects and designers to ...

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Yum-Yum Bento Box
Yum-Yum Bento Box
Published by Quirk Books 2013
ISBN 9781594746505,1594746508
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Oh, boy—obento! These yummy, healthy lunches are all the rage in Japan, where mothers create them as expressions of love for their children. With Yum-Yum Bento Box, Crystal Watanabe and Maki Ogawa devote an entire cookbook to these delicious and adorable meals for all ages! Learn how to craft your favorite foods into a variety of shapes—from caterpillars, cars, and puppy dogs to pretty flowers, princesses, and kitty cats. Yum-Yum Bento Box features chapters on Cuties & Critters, Fairy-Tale Friends, and Special Day Treats, plus a handy shopping guide, easy recipes for mini snacks, general tips and tricks, and so much more. Stop wasting money on pre-packaged lunches—and start making beautiful, healthy bentos!



Fun and Delicious Bento Box Ideas for Kids Lunches
Fun and Delicious Bento Box Ideas for Kids Lunches
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Bento boxes are definitely not just for Japanese food and can be used to pack up lunches of any type. Their popularity can be explained because they’re convenient, and more fun than traditional lunch boxes due to the variety that can be included in each box. Plus they look neat and kids love them. There are many benefits of using bento boxes for your child’s lunch.



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Pointers to help you make the best choices as you brace for another year of packed lunches
07/07/15, via StarPhoenix

There was a time when a lunch box was just that, a box into which your parents ... Today’s lunch “systems” are dominated by bento-style gear, which originated in Japan and involve multiple compartments and containers to hold a variety of foods.

The tips you need to navigate another year of packed lunches
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There was a time when a lunch box was just that, a box into which your parents ... Today's lunch "systems" are dominated by bento-style gear, which originated in Japan and involve multiple compartments and containers to hold a variety of foods.

Cook Your Week: ‘Bento’ great for grazers
07/05/15, via San Francisco Chronicle

Each lunch or dinner comes in a compartmentalized bento box, with one entree and four sides ... Also, the bento designation can be confusing — it’s not necessarily Japanese food. It’s really more of an all-encompassing Asian box, with dim sum ...

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Lunch at Ra. Katsu chicken, just enough, I always leave most of the rice.

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Bento Box

2010/11/02: A fork in the road. Casting a ballot. Buying bread. Choices abound. Illustrate making a choice today with a photo today. #ds352

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my totoro bento bowl!

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