Well hello lunch buddies! Shall we sit in the park today while I eat each one of your tiny little faces off? Thanks for being so cheerful about all this, you're real troopers.
I'm all about the cool nori punch things that you can use to make really cool eyes for little piggies and stuff in bento lunches, but I have to applaud the simplicity of using sesame seeds on their own for eyes. Super well done!
The first time I ever saw eggs in a basket was in a black and white slapstick comedy from the 40s. I wish I could remember what the movie was. I was watching late at night probably about 12 years ago now and was so inspired by this snack they ate onscreen that I had to make it immediately. It has since become a standby snack that I will eat at any time of day. Nowadays I add Sriracha and maybe some quick sauteed greens and call it lunch. Excuse me, I have to go turn on the stove now.
Hey vegetarians! I know you're there because you tell me you are. So. Here is a loaf of bread shaped like a turkey because honestly, Tofurky is just scary. Why not eat real food made from real ingredients like a lovely golden loaf of bread instead of soy fillers and a scary lump of injected stuffing? Mmmmmm bread! And so birdlike!
Source: The Knead For Speed http://www.theknead4speed.com/2010/11/a-very-faux-turkey/