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Beautiful Art of Lunch Box Food

Beautiful Art of Lunch Box Food

Mozart. Bento Beautiful Art of Lunch Box Food

Beautiful Art of Lunch Box Food

In fact, the Japanese have made an art out of preparing a nutritious lunch for their kids and husbands. They are not just healthy but look great too.
Meanwhile, this is a story about “Bento” (Lunch Box Food) and some of the Babes that make them. The food, typically housed in a wooden, aluminum or plastic box with individual compartments separating the different types of edibles. Bento regained its popularity in the 1980s, with the help of the microwave oven and the proliferation of convenience stores. In addition, inexpensive, disposable polystyrene boxes have replaced the expensive wood and metal boxes in most bento shops. However, even handmade bento have made a comeback, and they are once again a common, although not universal, sight at Japanese schools. Besides, workers still use Bento as a packed lunch, and families on day trips, for school picnics and sports days etc. And the bento, made at home, wrapped in a furoshiki cloth, acts as both bag and table mat.

Mona Liza. Bento Art

Mona Liza. Art of Lunch Box Food

Also, Bento is popular in Taiwan. Bendong made its way to Taiwan in the first half of the 20th century from Japan, where it remains very popular to the present day. The term is a loan word from the Japanese word in Taiwanese Hokkien and Mandarin Chinese.

Airports also offer an analogous version of the ekiben: bento filled with local cuisine, which people eat while waiting for an airplane or during the flight.

Beautiful Art of Lunch Box Food

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