Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Back Home Bentos!

And we're back in Texas!!!

We made a quick stop to SuperTarget once we got close to Dallas to pick up a little bit of fruit, some milk, and other necessities. This, of course, gave me a chance to actually feed the kids today, rather than relying on our friendly neighborhood drive-thru.



Ben had skull & crossbone shaped quesadillas with chicken & cheese inside. I kind of forgot to defrost bread until this morning, and the tortillas weren't frozen. With that, he has some grapes, some watermelon, some yellow plums, and some cucumbers.

I still need to do more grocery shopping but thought that was a good start at least!

11 comments:

  1. I love it! Where did you get a skull & crossbones cutter??

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  2. Canada. I think the store is called "Bulk Barn".

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  3. I am trying to get into doing bento lunches for this school year. I know that there are lots of places to get bento boxes and accessories online, and I know you can use rubbermaid and other containers for bento. However I am from the DFW area (McKinney)too, and am wondering if there are any actual stores in the area where you've found bento kits/accessories etc.

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  4. Try Shop Minoya in Plano! NW corner of Independence & Parker, next to USToy. They usually have a good selection.

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  5. Thank you!!! I will.

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  6. Isn't it nice to be back home? Love the skull and crossbones cutter. Arrrrg! :-)

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  7. The skull & crossbones quesadillas is welcoming you home! So cute! :)

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  8. Very cute skull & crossbones quesadillas, love the eyes! Home sweet home ... Always nice to be back at home after holiday trip but not a cleaning part though hehehe :D

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  9. That skull and cross bones quesadilla is so cute. I'd like to say that I've been totally inspired by your blog to go all out on lunches. I actually enjoy packing them now. I've also recently purchased a moose and hedge hog cutter.

    Thanks for the inspiration <3

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  10. Looks good enough to eat. What did you make the eyes out of?

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  11. They are for cookie/candy decorating, I think they are called sugar eyes? Amazon stocks them, they look so cute and the kids love the little sweet part.

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