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bento,epicute,lunch,sandwich,thanksgiving,Turkey
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Gobble Gobble! Happy turkey day to all my readers in the US. Make sure you wear loose fitting clothing to make room for all the mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie you'll be eating today. Also, be nice to your mother. Have a great one!

Source: Cute Food For Kids http://www.cutefoodforkids.com/2010/11/turkey-sandwich-bento.html

accessories,bananas,bread,friendship,jelly,Jewelry,peanut butter,rings,sandwich
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I'm not one to combine pb and bananas with jelly (Now Nutella! That's another story!) but some friends go together like that, just a little on the edge.

butterfly,epicute,face,happy,sandwich,smile
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It doesn't take much to make a sandwich adorable. Think of how special it would make you feel to find this in your lunch?

chocolate chips,cookies,cream,epicute,sandwich,strawberries
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We've got a sort of fake Spring going on here in Seattle. But it's really still winter and really still cold and there really still aren't any strawberries to be had. Come on berry season!

bread,carrot,cheese,chick,easter,epicute,ham,lettuce,sandwich
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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!

cheese,epicute,peppers,radishes,rocket ship,sandwich
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considering how kids never really just pick up a sandwich and eat it like normal human beings, you can make them lunches that defy the norms of sandwich making for fun. They're going to decimate the thing anyway, why not get them excited about the beauty they are about to destroy?

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Making someone a sandwich, even as humble and simple as a good ol' pb&j is a real act of love. Just think of all the sandwiches you've eaten; aren't those made by someone especially for you a million times tastier than the ones you've made for yourself?

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