Winnie the Pooh... and Piglet Too!

There are few who don’t love Winnie the Pooh. If you grew up with these adorable characters and have children or are expecting, then you should look at this Winnie the Pooh Foodart Soba and start cooking. It is an adorable recipe that you and kids would love! Also, if you like Japanese cold noodles and do not want to spend too much time preparing a dish, then this is the perfect meal for you. It is quick, simple, and in the end, you will have a charming dish that will make you smile. Add a little fun to your day, and try this fun activity.

While the author has chosen to do Winnie the Pooh and Piglet, you can create any characters you would like. Try making your favorite cartoons from your childhood. I am thinking about making Rugrats! You just need to make sure you have the right color soba noodles. There is every color in the rainbow, so just make sure the color matches what you are trying to make. Also, when making this dish, it is important to have egg sheets on hand. This will prevent any wrinkling of your little characters. You want to be as careful as possible making Winnie and Piglet, or whoever you choose. It is easy to make a mistake, so be sure to take your time. In Japanese, Soba literally means buckwheat. It is any thin noodle eaten in Japan, and they can be eaten in a variety of settings. It is not uncommon to eat them at fast food restaurants or while waiting for a train. Many eat soba with chopsticks, but it also can be slurped in Japan, which is not considered rude. When cold, it is often served on a tray that is referred to as a zaru. Whether soba noodles are healthy or not is often a debate. They are high in magnesium and low in calories, which is why many today have switched from wheat pasta to them. If you consume wheat pasta three times a week, changing to soba noodles is estimated to save you almost 17,000 calories a year or five pounds of fat. Now that is a lot of calories saved! If you want to eat healthier, try these soba noodles today while making your favorite cartoon!

This is the best site! That is if you like all things Bento. The creator of this site is an award-winning bento artist,with an upcoming cookbook, she is a blogger based in Singapore. She is also the first certified Singaporean instructor with the Japan Sushi Instructors’ Association and a bento specialist for Bento&co. Her bento journey started in 2011, and in 2012 my (old) blog was born. At that time she then rebrand herself on all her social media platforms and this blog was created. Her bento creations have been featured in numerous local and international media as well as won top awards in contests both in Singapore and on international platform. Bento, cooking and food are things this creative girl enjoy very much. Her head is often bursting with ideas on what to cook. Character bentos are her strength but she also loves making traditional bento, japanese food, breads, tarts and sweets. You will want to take a look at this amazing creative talent.

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