Rachel & Maya

My good friend in Tokyo, Howard, recently sent me an email with some really entertaining pictures that I wanted to share.  Below are pictures of the lunches of some very lucky elementary school children in Japan.  It looks like some people have a lot of time on their hands.  Speaking of having some time on my hands, I just organized my spice drawer in alphabetical order.

I found this American version of the Japanese bento:


When I went to school here in the states, I saw a lot of plain sandwiches in brown paper bags.

Instead of the deliciously carby peanut butter & jelly sandwich, my mom liked to pack me turkey sandwiches with mustard.  She was super cute because she’d pack lettuce and sliced tomato in a separate ziploc so the bread wouldn’t get soggy by the time I was able to eat my lunch.  

Dear Mom, I…

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Director of Manchester School of Samba at http://www.sambaman.org.uk
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