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New Year's Bento 
12th-Jan-2013 12:55 pm
alice
New Year's Bento:




In Japan, soba (buckwheat noodles) symbolize longevity and are traditionally eaten on New Year‘s eve. I’m nine days too late but I thought it was time again so I combined the soba with stir-fried gobō (burdock root.. I LOVE this vegetable!) and carrots in mirin and soy sauce and it turned out delicious.
Website: nekoblog.ch
Comments 
12th-Jan-2013 03:54 pm (UTC)
This looks like a nice tasty bento! :3 I don't have easy access to gobo, but I can see myself making everything else here at some point. Mmm, stir-fry.

That has to be the coolest broccoli I've seen, too. I'm going to have to look that stuff up. Does it taste like regular broccoli, or is it different?
15th-Jan-2013 01:12 pm (UTC)
Thank you! :) It's luck that I got the gobo hehe
the romanesco broccoli's taste is a mix of cauliflower and broccoli :)
20th-Jan-2013 06:54 pm (UTC)
Wow, this is an absolutely gorgeous bento arrangement. I love how the contrasting colours pop against the black background of the bento box. Plus your description is making me hungry... gobō os sooo tasty! (BTW my tea-ceremony group just celebrated Hatsugama so we got to enjoy a little gobō along with all the other 'red-and-whites' :-)
21st-Jan-2013 08:09 pm (UTC)
the patterns are amazing! really great! thanks for sharring! :)
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