Kuhn Rikon Colori Krinkle Knife Review

Yet again, another great product from Kuhn Rikon. The Colori Krinkle Knife should be in every kitchen!

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Cost: 5/5
At £9.95 the Krinkle Knife is cheaper than a lot of knives on the market, the fact it creates a crinkle in the cut food and the curved edge make this knife stand out and well worth the money!

Ease Of Use: 5/5
If you thought normal knives were easy to use wait until you’ve used the Krinkle knife! The ergonomic handle makes it a cinch to use. This knife is perfect for cutting herbs using a rocking motion and is a simple way to make cut vegetables look that little bit more interesting.

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Pros:
• Affordable and well worth the money.
• Ergonomic handle makes cutting easy.
• Comes with its own protective sheath.
• Adds interest to food with little effort.

Cons:

I honestly can’t fault this product at all. The only thing I’m worried about is if the blade becomes dull I have no idea how to sharpen it.

Disclaimer
I received the product to review but no cash was exchanged, my review is my honest opinion and has not been swayed by the company or anyone else.

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Oh!Bento’s TV debut!!!

Today at 01:10, 07:10, 13:10 and 19:10 will mark my first (hopefully not my last!) time on worldwide tv!

I am part of a show called Bento: The Global Lunchbox Project. It is on NHK World which is Sky channel 507 and is available on the NHK app on android, apple etc.

So tune in and support the bento makers of the globe!!!

Oh!Bento UK’s second blogiversary!!!

Today is my second blogiversary!

And while I am extremely happy to have made it this far I am a little sad that I have let my bento making slip recently.

Sadly life has thrown a lot of things my way, such as not being able to eat anything other than Mcdonalds without getting ridiculous stomach pains and other nastiness.

But I will start making bento again soon! Once life has settled a little, I promise.

So please keep your eyes peeled and I hope to be bento making and blogging again soon!

Thank you all and here’s to many more years!!!

Super Simple Salad Bento

I haven’t made a bento in forever!!!

My fridge-freezer broke a few weeks back and due to one reason or another I have been unable to get one.

Sadly I’ve been living off junk which is not only costing a lot it’s not helping my physique in any way.

Luckily the fridge compartment has started to work, in a fashion. So I decided to get some vegetables to combat the weeks of utter junk I have been eating.

Here is the first bento I’ve made in a long time:

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Packed in my Easy Lunchbox I have:

• Lettuce
• Cucumber
• Celery
• Radish
• Carrot
• Mushroom
• Cherry tomatoes and a
• Satsuma

It was so simple and easy to do, I promise I’ll do something a little more adventurous soon!

Last easter bento!!

Sadly I didn’t get as many easter bento made as I would’ve liked but that’s just how things go when you’re busy right?

But I did manage to squeeze out one last easter bento!!

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Ok so it didn’t look anything like I had planned….but then again I didn’t really plan. I just sort of had an idea and ran with it!

Packed in my is :

  • Mushroom rice
  • Red pepper and radish flowers
  • Quinoa “easter eggs”
  • Broccoli “bush”
  • Egg “chick” with bunny ears and
  • Bunny Pop tarts

 

If I could do it again I would change the “Chick-pretending-to-be-a-bunny” so he actually looked like a chick!

 

But hey you can’t get it right every time right?

 

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On a more personal and serious note, I will be living on my own for the first time in my life. It’s a scary prospect and unfortunately I will have to start from scratch in regards to furniture etc so I have set up a GoFundMe page in hopes of raising some money so I can buy some furniture. I would appreciate any donations and if you are unable to donate I would greatly appreciate if you could share the link in hopes of spreading the message.

Here is the link : http://www.gofundme.com/8gelfg

 

Thank you!!!

Two Easter Bento

Last weekend me and my mum went for a day out in Beverley. I figured I’d make us some bento to eat on the train.

Then I remembered it doesn’t take that long to get from Hull to Beverley on train. We ended up eating the bento on a bench in Beverley but hey.

This was the first time my mum has had a bento-style packed lunch and she seemed to really enjoy it!

Here is the lunch I had:
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And here is my mum’s

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They both contain:
• Teriyaki noodle stir fry
• mixed vegetables
cucumber and carrot tsukemono
• mixed vegetables
• mushrooms
• broccoli
• rabbit shaped eggs
• home made, mini, spicy pasties and
• ham and cheese “Easter” details

I look forward to more bento lunches on days out!

Easter bento #3

Here is my third Easter bento post, I’m really getting back in to making themed bento and I think this will be my biggest streak of themed bento!

I wonder how many I will make before Easter actually passes?

 

Anyway, back to the post, and here it is:

 

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It contains:

Do you have any plans for Easter?