Hey there! How are you doing up? Actually I've made few bentos lately because I've been busy. Plus It seems like I've been out of luck! I dropped a heavy pan on my toe the other day. The kitchen drain pipe overflowed and the floor was flooded about a week ago. And I fell over in front of the house holding laundry a couple of days ago. My right toe and ribs still a bit hurt. Aaahh poor me! What unfortunate days... I'm still alive though hehe!
In the meantime I feel so sorry for the losses by the tornado that struck Joplin, MO. That really reminds me of the sights of Tohoku, Japan (hit by the hugest tsunami). So I feel so sad. It's our turn to pray for them. I've heard a lot of sad news recently... But looking at everyone's bentos always makes me feel good! I really love and enjoy seeing bentos my buddies made even if I don't have time to leave a comment to them. Thank you all!
So I thought I had to post something so that I would pick myself up even more. Post something? Yes of course I do bento!! Today I assembled scraps and made a quick kima curry, seasoned it with a piece of Japanese curry cube, tomato puree, syoyu, usuta sauce, garam masala, and salt. This bento also has turmeric rice, a syoyu tamago, purple potato salad, pickled turnip, turnip leaf stir-fry, and a cup of orange yogurt for a perfect-curry-dessert. I'll write my simple syoyu tamago recipe next time! Oh I forgot to say that this one was the store-bought-looking bento series part 3!! Or I should call it *deli style bento series*?... I guess.
This one is a yakiudon bento, consists of udon, pork slices, shrimps, cabbage, seasoned with yakisoba sauce. I put an aonori omelet on it. Omelet goes great with yakiudon and yakisoba. Apple/dekopon yogurt for dessert.
Late-blossoming sakura are still bursting around my area. Since they are double-flowered the petals look fluffy, and the color is so pretty pink!
Have a happy Thursdee!!