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#7 noodles & egg

Miss C's lunch consisted of leftover teriyaki noodles,
with hardboiled egg (see below), watermelon kabobs, and frozen "gogurt". 

My lunch consisted of leftover noodles, leftover chicken, and leftover egg that I peeled very badly and did not make the cut to be in the molds.

I had been browsing lunch blogs for over a year now, and besides the "lunch box" bento idea, these egg molds keep popping up on posts from various blogs. So I bought some molds. Because they are too cute. Then I ran into this YouTube video on how to use the egg molds. The most difficult part of it was peeling the hot eggs, because you have to put the peeled egg into the mold while its still warm.  

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