19 September 2012

Ahoy, Matey!

Welcome to the "talk like a pirate day" blog hop!  Here are the rules..... Arrrr!

Every Blogger Buccaneer in this here Hop has a piece of the treasure map! You'll need to "collect" each piece and put them together in the right order to find the treasure! You'll want some parchment and a quill, to keep a log with each clue and each number, because there are 39 scurvy pirates running amok with 39 pieces o' the map to collect! 37 pieces will guide you to the hidden treasure (by spelling out the URL where you can enter to win!) and there are 2 bonus pieces with the "secret passwords" to get two chances to win some pirate booty!



Top Box:  Strawberries, cucumber pirate(raisin accents, olive eye patch, and orange peel bandana and gold earring) on top of purple lettuce, turkey and blue corn tortilla sandwich with ship drawn on with food markers, and black olives tucked into empty spaces.

Bottom Box:  Chobani blueberry yogurt frozen into skull with crossbones shape and pirate booty tucked in the sides of the box.  *I learned the frozen yogurt trick from veggie-bento.com via bentorrific's blog post*

Now, find my clue near the bottom of my post and hop on over to Food, Family, Fun to find the next clue.  Click button below.


What I used to make this bento.


Panda bear bento box (he has been piratized!)  Discount Tokyo.  $$$$

Silicone ice mold.  Michaels.  $

Foodoodler markers.  Sur La Table. $$

Mouth deco cutter.  Allthingsforsale.com $$

Eyes- cut off motrin syringe.  Free

Silicone cups.  Daiso Japan. $  (Pictured are the mini ones but I used the regular sized ones)

Blue mini silicone cup.  Kitchen Collection.  $$

Pairing knife.


This here's my piece o' the map! Good luck, Mateys!

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32 comments

32 comments :

  1. Love the skull and crossbones!

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  2. Love how you made the panda a pirate!! and love the yogurt skulls and the drawn ship! awesome job :)

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  3. LOL, love the cucumber pirate - super clever and cute!

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  4. I had to giggle at your panda pirate! That is so cute!

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  5. Love the added touch of your panda pirate... such a cute lunch!

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  6. I have no doubt cucumber pirate took FOREVER to do! Ditto the ham skull. :) Awesome handiwork! :)

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  7. OMG I love the eye patch on the panda. Nice detail!

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  8. All the details are fabulous! That cucumber pirate has to be my favorite!

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  9. I REALLY goofed not getting proper credit for the frozen yogurt in my post at Bentoriffic. I feel bad for all the link love I'm getting for it - the real credit goes to Cristi and Keeley for teaching me to freeze yogurt in the first place!

    I love how you used it with the skull and cross bones mold!

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  10. Yum! The frozen yogurt skull looks delicious!

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  11. OOh love your pirate, and the yogurt shapes are so cool!

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  12. I adore the piratized Panda bento box!

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  13. Looks fantastic!! Love your yogurt shapes :D

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  14. Tha' is one scurvy lunch, there, matey! Yarr! Ah love th' pirate an' the ship, but 'specially th' pirate panda!

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