bentos

Flower Lunches for the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers

June 29, 2015

Last Wednesday, the kids and I set out on a field trip to the Conservatory of Flowers in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park. I’ve been to the Conservatory several times and it’s one of those special San Francisco places I adore. The kids have never been — not really. We did take Wyatt once when […]

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The Week in Bentos: Day Camp 2015

June 19, 2015

My boys have been in day camp this week and it’s one of the few times this summer I’ll be consistently packing them lunches, so I thought it would be fun to go back to my roots and post a summary of what they had. Yep — The Week in Bentos is back for one […]

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7 Packing Tips for Day Camp Lunches and Snacks

June 16, 2015

Summer is here and that means lots of kids are headed off to day camp! Yay! They are playing games, crafting, learning new skills and … eating lunch with new friends. RRRRRRRRRRK! [That is supposed to be the sound of a record scratching to a halt. Remember records? Those kids you are sending off to […]

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Crescent Roll-Ups Four Ways

May 28, 2015

A few months ago I started making ham and cheese crescent rolls for the boys’ lunches (and many, many after school snacks). Whenever I post a lunch with one of these rolls in it, I get a few questions about how I make them. They are ridiculously easy! So easy, in fact, that I decided […]

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The Year in Bentos (so far)

May 12, 2015

When I decided to stop posting my weekly bento round-ups at the beginning of the year I had the best intentions. I was still going to post round-ups but they would be themed and extra informative. They were going to be the BEST BENTO ROUND-UPS EVER!! But here we are — in the middle of […]

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Cute Stuff I Bought at Daiso

April 16, 2015

Last week I stopped by one of my favorite stores in the world: Daiso Japan. Daiso is a Japanese “100 Yen” store where nearly everything costs $1.50. It is jam-packed with lots of cute and practical Japanese items and when I go into one it takes just about all of my will power to stop […]

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