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non-bento #20 & How to make Slime Marshmallows

December 20, 2009 Baking
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My company does a potluck for its Christmas party. It’s fun that you get to taste the dishes cooked by people you know. This year, one of my friends/graphic designer at the company decided to make a recipe book of everyone’s potluck food. I thought of making Totoro cream puffs, Domo-kun chocolate covered marshmallows, but I wanted to make new kyara-sweets. (Kyara-sweets mean “Character themed […]

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How to make Max

October 17, 2009 characters
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[How to make Max from Where the Wild Things Are] (without the crown) – rice – ham (or bologna, turkey, etc…) – sliced cheddar cheese – seaweed – cupcake cup (I used foil cupcake cups, but if you need to microwave your food, use a paper cupcake cup instead. I’ve tried it, and the paper cup handled the moisture pretty well.) – hole punch – […]

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How to make Moishe

October 16, 2009 characters
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[How to make Moishe from Where the Wild Things Are] – rice – ham (or bologna, turkey, etc…) – sliced cheddar cheese – seaweed – cupcake cup (I used foil cupcake cups, but if you need to microwave your food, use a paper cupcake cup instead. I’ve tried it, and the paper cup handled the moisture pretty well.) – hole punch – straw – scissors

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How to make Bernard

October 15, 2009 characters
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[How to make Bernard from Where the Wild Things Are] – rice – black sesame seed – seaweed – sliced cheese – radish or white-ish sliced cheese or kamaboko (fish cake), or even left over hard boiled egg white from mashed potato. In other words, you can use any white food! – cupcake cup (I used foil cupcake cups, but if you need to microwave […]

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How to make Emil

October 15, 2009 characters
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[How to make Emil from Where the Wild Things Are] – mashed yam – seaweed – sliced cheese – radish or white-ish sliced cheese or kamaboko (fish cake), or even left over hard boiled egg white from mashed potato. In other words, you can use any white food! – cupcake cup (I used foil cupcake cups, but if you need to microwave your food, use […]

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