Meet Doraemon, the cute but strange cat.
Strange because he doesn't have any ears, and a tail.
Hello Kitty is another strange cat who is without a mouth.
Here's the sketch of Doraemon and the different parts of his face, using different ingredients. You know how it feels like when you have to drag yourself out of bed early in the morning. Then you stand in the kitchen, wondering what you have to do next. Your mind is still in dreamland, even though your body is in the kitchen, ready to start work. How does Doraemon look like? That will be the last thing on my mind. On such mornings, I find the sketch very useful.
Do you see the rectangle on the bottom left corner? That is the sheet of nori that is used to wrap the riceball. Cut out the circle and the little slits around the edge. Then place the sheet over your riceball. The circle reveals part of the riceball, which is to be the face, while the slits enable you to tuck and wrap the nori around the sides of the riceball.
In the bento, there's oven-baked panko and parmesan chicken thigh fillet, cauliflower and broccoli, and the Doraemon riceball.
It has been a long time since we last watch an episode of Doraemon on DVD. Maybe the boys will want to watch it this weekend after seeing it in their lunchbox today =)