Articles tagged with: shrimps

2016-01-16 THETINYBLOG (1)

Perfect for a diner using seasonal products: the okonomiyaki! It is a Japanese dish, a kind of salty pancake that will help you keep loving cabbage…  because during winter, you [Read more...]


Obento 2016#2: Okonomiyaki

Date: 11 janvier 2016

Obento 2016#2 contains home made veggie burgers roasted pumpkin Brussels sprouts cherry tomatoes (last ones from our balcony-garden!) steamed broccoli orange (some vitamin C!) lychee [Read more...]



Date: 10 janvier 2016

My very own recipe for okonomiyaki -> this way. [Read more...]


Bento 2015#27

Date: 14 juillet 2015

Bento 2015#27 contains ebifry lettuce stir fried honey sweet potatoes white rice and veggie tomato sauce mame [Read more...]


Bento 2015#24

Date: 15 avril 2015

Bento 2015#24 contains ‘ebiyaki‘ white rice with seaweed iceberg lettuce sprouts gözleme [Read more...]

2015-04-14 (2)

Takoyaki (25 to 30 balls) 2 eggs 40ml milk 600ml water 1 TBSP dehydrated dashi 2 TBSP soy sauce 250gr wheat flour 300gr shrimps in pieces 1 spring onion 2-3cm [Read more...]



Date: 21 octobre 2014

Bento#127 contains homemade gyoza grapes clafoutis baguette with cream cheese sliced cucumber sautéed shrimp with garlic red and yellow cherry tomatoes [Read more...]

I've launched this blog project (after many others) at the beginning of my university studies in 2009. The goal was to share my bento pictures and recipes with all the friends that were asking for. The time passing by, my posts have changed, they got more diverse. Now that my last year in university has come (soon I'll be a graduate in communication, animation and events organisation), I've decided to pursue this projet a bit more seriously. So here I am ! From now, I'll make you discover my tiny life day to day ! I'm quite a short girl (150cm tall!) and I guess that my low angle vision of the world might be a bit different from the other people. You'll quickly understand that the little things of everyday life make me happy !

Between ecology influences, homemade madness, geek attitude and japculture.

Eccentric, you say?

Not at all ... it's much worse than you can imagine!