Well, not really. Only two items - and I'll let you
guess which ones they are - are true leftovers. The
rest were cooked specifically for the dinner that this
lunch is a spinoff of. Which is an ungrammatical way
of saying, OK, these are leftovers, but I ain't cooking
in the morning!
Anyway, here's some medium rare grilled
beef a la Foreman mixed with sauteed mushrooms.
There's zucchini &
onion stir-fry and baked Japanese sweet
potato separated by a snake of baked
plantain. (The plantain was turning black and weird looking,
meaning the fruit, when cooked, is so sweet it's almost
desserty.) Finally, there are some strawberries and a green bean mochi.
I really like this bento box. It has removable trays
so you can microwave parts and leave other things cold.
It's just the right size. And it has a clear lid so
you can see what's inside. That last bit makes it hard
to wait for lunchtime, but one must be willing to suffer
in the name of coolness.