Bento Box – Antipasto Style

Lyra was hungry again, so they bought hamburgers from a cart and ate them as they walked along, something else new to her.
“We always sit down to eat. I never seen people just walking along eating before,” she told him.
“His Dark Materials” by Philip Pullman

The Bento Box works well (see also: eating at work) — today was a day at the local university library (or rather, a long afternoon, I did sleep in) with a nice Bento Box of Antipasto:

Bento Box Antipasto

The boxes contained, among others:

  • Mozzarella
  • Olives (green and black ones)
  • Cherry Tomatoes
  • Champions
  • dried Tomatoes (taste a little bit like raisins)
  • Salami pieces
  • Serrano ham (folded together)
  • Tacos (broken into pieces)
  • Nuts (e.g., cashews, pines, wall nuts, and the like)
  • Salad

Hmm, very tasty … and a nice break from writing. Also, the boxes did turn out to have a nice color scheme … green and yellow on the right side, and (when some of the food was eaten) white and red on the left hand side. Looked really nice — and tasted even better.

Highly recommended. 🙂

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