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  • Broché: 80 pages
  • Editeur : Japan Publications Trading Company (1 septembre 2009)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 4889962603
  • ISBN-13: 978-4889962604
  • Dimensions du produit: 0,6 x 21 x 25,4 cm
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Par monica sur 30 octobre 2013
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Nice book, the recipes are simple and there are great ideas to make bento.
and the pictures are very nice too.
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1 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par lotusblanc sur 3 octobre 2010
Format: Broché
Bonnes idées de présentation. Mais malheureusement les ingrédients utilisés ne sont pas de grandes qualités. A nous de ré-interpréter.
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47 internautes sur 49 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A very good charaben and bento book, with some reservations 8 octobre 2009
Par cynical_reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I have been looking and looking for a good book in English that matches the quality of information in Japanese books about bento lunches and charaben (cute decorated bentos). This one comes the closest. No wonder really, since it is a translation of a popular Japanese bento book! The photos are really clear, and the directions are easy to follow. Anyone can start making their own bentos, decorative or not, from this book. I just took off one star because it does use a number of ingredients that may be unfamiliar to non-Japanese readers, and doesn't really describe them. (That's where bento blogs step in.) It's still practical to use for an American bento enthusiast.
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Use daily for my daughters' bento! 7 juin 2010
Par Christy - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I live in Japan so I can get all the ingredients listed which makes this book extremely convenient for me. My daughter pretty much took onigiri (rice balls) or some form of rice for lunch her entire first year in youchien (preschool). Now she's asking me for stuff she sees her friends bringing to school so I wanted to get a bento cook book in English. I am so happy I got this one! First of all, my two daughters look at this book daily to point out things they want to try or to determine the following day's menu. They've even put tabs of paper in each page that has something they want to eat (which means there is a tab on nearly every page). Granted a lot of this is Japanese style food and may be way to out of the ordinary for the average American. My daughter is an extremely picky eater and has stepped out of her comfort zone and eaten things she wouldn't normally since using this cookbook.
A word of caution, each recipe lists how long it will take to make but I find them to be off. It doesn't include time it takes to cook rice and other important steps. Also, if you are a novice like me it takes a lot longer to make some of the details. Second, it uses ingredients that aren't exactly common in America. Quail eggs are at all the stores here, but I can't think of ever seeing them in America.
I have included pictures of 5 different bentos I made last week with notes on the pictures. This will give you an idea of some of the recipes in the book. Also, I mix and match recipes based on what I have fresh in the kitchen. If you are thinking about moving away from the standard American lunch then I would definitely look into Kawaii Bento Boxes, everyone in this house loves it!
29 internautes sur 30 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Wonderful Surprise !!! 15 août 2009
Par Chao_Sweetie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I just received this book and I am very excited about it. I know some other Bento Books have been lacking when it comes to recipes, but this one is loaded with good ones. The recipes are a little quick and are pretty self explanatory. This is a good starter book for ideas, but some people who have never heard of some of the ingredients used will be lost. (That is what google is for) Overall, Its a great book with clear pictures and descriptions. The last few pages are color coded to the color food you want in your bento. If you want more yellow in your lunch, the recipe for curried cauliflower, more red.. shrimp in chili sauce.. etc etc.. Which is a good asset to avoid having a monochromatic bento lunch. I would also buy Hana Sushi for better sushi ideas.
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Okay, not great. 6 avril 2010
Par Kate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Let me start by saying that I love the format of this book. There are tons of photos and nothing looks too "perfect" (some of the cucumbers looked a little rancid- lol) so you can see what it will really look like if you make it.

That being said, I probably won't make anything in it. The reason I pack bento lunches for my children is for their health and the sake of the environment- which I believe is common in the USA as cute bento lunches aren't a cultural norm like they are in other countries. The meals in this book looked cute but a lot of the items in the pictures were frozen, processed foods (like these french fries with faces). Also, there are a lot of really unhealthy meats shown which I would just never use in a bento. I can not see my children eating some of the foods cold in a bento- like the omelets- though they might like them hot.

It gets 3 stars because the photos are pretty inspirational and for the section on how to cut some fruits and veggies to make good garnishes. That was cute.

Bottom line: If you are looking for inspiration, this is great. If you want recipes, try another book.
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OMG KAWAII! 8 novembre 2009
Par Sophie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Just recieved this book and my head is swimming with ideas! The photographs are very inspirational, and the step by step instructions are somewhat simplified, which leaves room for more photos and recipes! I don't need to know how to boil rice or dice an onion, I already know that stuff, so for those who are very "new" to cooking, the book may be a bit confusing. I am not one for following recipes exactly, so this book is perfect for someone like me who just uses the pictures and basic ingredients to create something all my own. The ingredients used are definately not all things you can find in your basic corner store, but that's also why I love this book. I'm not planning on bringing leftover mac and cheese to work everyday...I want new ingredients and ideas! I would recommend this book to any experienced cook looking to make their bento boxes a little more fun, but not to anyone who doesn't know their way around the kitchen (or the Japanese kitchen). Kawaii!
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