Kaitou St. Tail
 Card Captor Sakura

From Nakayosi and Tanoshii Youchien magazines.

Study the images to recreate these food arrangments yourself. If you eat Japanese food, you'll enjoy making the Kaitou St. Tail design. What a cute bentou (boxed lunch) it would make! I didn't find instructions, but I'd use fish cake or boiled egg (without the yolk) for her face and meat or ginger for her hair. Her hair ribbon is likely seaweed. Kero-chan is done with orange sherbert or ice cream, small Ritz crackers, and any sort of chocolate morsels, such as mini chocolate chips.

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 This page was created on January 24, 2000 by Stephanie