Saturday, May 4, 2013

May the 4th Be With You

I really do love Star Wars, but when I say that, what I mean is that I love the original trilogy. Just saying. And, while the kiddo is only 4 and has not yet seen any of the movies, thanks to the hubby's previous-ish obsession, we have lots of Star Wars toys that she is quite familiar with. She knows the 'good' guys and the 'bad' guys and can probably rattle off more of the characters than I can now. So, while she may not understand the way of The Force just yet, our young Padawan is most certainly a fan. If YOU are a fan, you're in for a treat, because there are two blog hops going on today for May the 4th with loads of fantastic Star Wars themed lunches. Be sure and visit them all by clicking on the hop button located below our lunches. From here, you'll head over to Organized Bites. May the Fourth Be With You!

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'Death Star' brown rice ball with black beans on top of some mixed greens, red bell pepper 'sabers' in a Darth Vader ring, Babybel cheese with TIE Fighter, pineapple, and Trader Joe's Cheddar Rockets.

StarWars Lunchbots Bento
Pineapple, brown rice star with black beans on mixed greens, purple (green) bell pepper 'sabers' in a Han Solo ring (and yes, I realize that Han didn't use a saber, but I had no blond haired boy rings or picks), Trader Joe's Cheddar Rockets, Babybel cheese with the Rebel Alliance symbol, and a mix of dry roasted peanuts and cashews.

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Oh, and those Trader Joe's Cheddar Rockets? Pretty much everybody in the galaxy showed up in our kitchen and living room for the focus group. Verdict? The most delicious wee little cheese crackers we've ever had! Eat some, and enjoy them, you will!
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 And like at any good party, there is always a crasher creating a photobomb...

 In today's lunches...
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32 comments:

  1. OMG!! your lunches are totally awesome, Sarah!! and love the toy pix and photo bomb. tooo cute!

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  2. Super awesome!! Love your Death Star!

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  3. I wish I had thought of using the Steve ring as Han Solo! NOTED! CONSIDER THAT IDEA STOLEN! Love the cheese shapes! (The ones cut into wax, that is.)

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  4. Great work with the Babybel cheese!

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  5. Awesome use of the Steve ring...and, the brown rice Death Star? Awesomesauce!!! Super cute photos, too!

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  6. Wow! I love your death star!

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  7. Love the TIE fighter baby bel! How clever! And that rice ball...you done good!

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  8. Love those babybels!! Amazing :D

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  9. Why won't my kids eat Babybels? Soooo cool!

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  10. The death star is completely awesome and your babybel art is amazing. Why didn't I think of that? Great job on making use of Steve pick as Han Solo. Love everything on your lunches, Sarah. I am completely amazed!

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    1. Oh and I forgot to tell you that my most favorite photo is the photo Bomb :) Precious!!

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  11. Death Star is my favorite too. Can't wait until my kids are old enough to enjoy :) Nice work, mom!

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  12. Love the Tie Fighter Babybel. Fun post!

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  13. Love the Babybel and the Death star!

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  14. Love the Death Star! Awesome work with the Babybel!

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  15. So awesome! ! Love the death star!

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  16. Your babybels are amazing! Great lunches!

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  17. Fabulous Death Star!! Make sure you link it up at BentoBlogNetwork.com!

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