- 2 cups sifted powdered sugar
- 1 cup creamy peanut butter
- 6 Tablespoons margarine
- semi-sweet chocolate chips
- parchment paper
Let the excess chocolate drip off, and place the chocolate covered ball back on the parchment paper.
Hello again, blogging friends!
I always feel that salads are sort of cheating, and not really bento... but it is my lunch and it was packed all in one container - so we will just go with it.
Can you spot all three types of meat in my salad? Pig, cow, chicken... I've practically got the whole farm in there!
And I love adding seeds to my salad. It feels festive, like a trip through the salad bar at the local buffet place. Leave me a comment and tell me: what do you like on your salads to make them special? (I always need good ideas!)
This summer I have had the chance to try my hand at barbecuing (usually Bryan's domain). Most recently I grilled up some teriyaki chicken skewers with pineapple. Here they are all lined up on the grill:
I love the little blackened bits!
Bryan and Dioji kill time before dinner:
The lunch I packed for the next day. Yum!
I promised earlier to show you some pictures of other plants that have grown themselves in my garden this summer.
I am ecstatic about the number of tomatoes I am getting without doing anything aside from watering!
But will they ever turn red? I'm waiting...
About a week ago, for a friend of mine's birthday, I made my first from-scratch cake. It actually happened quite by accident. I was walking through the kitchen, a few things fell into a bowl, and out of the oven popped a cake! (Okay - it wasn't that much of an accident. What really happened was...)