Lacey tells me that the Japanese people don’t exactly like to eat the crusts on their bread, hence the invention of things like Sando de Panda, a sandwich-maker that doesn’t need plugging in or toasting. This guy’s diet doesn’t seem to be very healthy, but he sure seems to be having a fun time making his food!
I must admit, I’ve always been enamoured of the Japanese bento boxes that I see on television. They just look so fun and appetising, with all the sausages cut into octopuses, cherry tomatoes sitting cutely in lettuce leaves and bright and colourful rice balls. I expect that it takes a vast amount of time to get food to look that delicious, although I’m sure that tools help.
I mean look at this adorable panda sandwich! It’s so, so cute. I mean, I’d never use one myself, owing to the fact that it seems a bit of a waste to throw away those breadcrusts and I don’t have enough storage space for these sorts of things, but look how adorable it is!
Do J and Little E enjoy things like this? Do you bother making their lunchboxes fun and cute?