Build, stack and craft -- and when you get tired, pop the blocks into your mouth for a hearty and satisfying lunch with the LEGO Bento box.
If you're not a handy cook, then this spin on classic Japanese cuisine might be a little out of your league. The Instructables user who goes by the name of 'A Japanese Housewife' uses various ingredients -- eggs, leaks, cheese and ham -- to sculpt her LEGO creations. It is a process that takes a lot of patience and dedication, and is all done by hand (with the assistance of chopsticks for intricate details). She arranges the colorful sushi into a bento box filled with mincemeat and rests the LEGO logo made of egg ontop.
The LEGO Bento box is a hearty and pleasing way to package your lunch, especially if you appreciate the creative opportunities of the little blocks.
The LEGO Bento Box Makes it Socially Acceptable to Play With Your Food
1. DIY Food Art - Creating intricate, edible sculptures has become a trend in homemade meals.
2. Playful Lunch Boxes - Designing lunch boxes with a playful twist is in demand.
3. Creative Culinary Tools - Cooking enthusiasts are looking for innovative kitchen tools to create unique dishes.
1. Kitchenware - There is an opportunity for kitchenware companies to create unique tools and containers that encourage experimentation with food.
2. Children’s Products - Companies that make children’s lunch boxes could benefit by incorporating playful designs.
3. Food and Beverage - Restaurants and food brands could create signature dishes inspired by DIY food art.