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Monday, January 23, 2012


Happy Chinese New Year- Dragon, Bento Lunch #227( 1-23)

Wishing you all a very HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS YEAR OF THE DRAGON! Also wishing everyone good health,joy and success all year long!! Gong Xi Fa Cai :D
We came home very late last night,tired,no inspiration and low on groceries. The dragon head is supposed to look like the small dragon head beside the bento box.

Happy Chinese New Year, Dragon, Bento School Lunch

  • Top tier- Chinese raisin bread,home made pak kwa(long yoke) cut out to be like a dragon head, strawberry slices.
  • Bottom tier- Yogurt covered raisins, Chinese cookies.
Here are the items or similar that I used to make this lunch.




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8 comments:

  1. Happy lunar new year, Rin...:)
    wish you and your family all the happiness and joy in this dragon year

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  2. Thanks Yenny. You are so sweet:)
    Hope that you are enjoying all the good foods,yum!

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  3. Happy New Year! I've done several CNY bentos...not sure what I am going to do tomorrow.

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  4. I have been admiring your CNY bentos and looking forward for more:)

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  5. Ur bak kwa looks awesome, n so creative of u to cut it into a dragon. :) Those Chinese cookies are my childhood favorites, we call them 小花饼. Can u read Chinese? :)

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    1. Haha, those are my favorite childhood cookies too and I told my hubby and Nick how much I loved it and excited to find them here! I can't read Chinese but can speak fluent Cantonese and o.k only with Mandarin, Hokkien,Hakka,Hainanese.
      Love eating those pak kwa no matter what shape:)Yum!

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    2. I'm surprised you can find them there! :) Wow, u are gd, I can understand simple teochew, hokkien n cantonese, but cant really speak. :) The Chinese words I typed means 'little flower biscuit'. :)

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  6. I found them at a Asian Grocery store here. Thanks for telling me the name, I forgot the name since have not had them for a long time :)
    Still taste good and brings back memories.

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