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Posted on Mar 27, 2009 | 476 comments

Giveaway: Kids Konserve metal lunch kit

Giveaway: Kids Konserve metal lunch kit

Kids Konserve ButterflyLunchKit Like the look of a stylish metal lunch set but don’t want to plunk down the cash? Kids Konserve has kindly offered to give away a lunch kit and metal condiment container that I reviewed in full here. The winner of this international giveaway can choose between their classic green set, or one of the cute butterfly- or caterpillar-themed lunch sets.

Bonus: If you don’t win the giveaway and want to order something on your own, they’ve also given Lunch in a Box readers a special 10% discount off items purchased from their website through September 30, 2009 (coupon code is lunchbox). (Read on for information on how to enter the giveaway, and other March bento community giveaways.)

Kids Konserve Caterpillar LunchI asked that Kids Konserve open up the giveaway to readers all over the world, not just the U.S., and they agreed (yay!). To enter, leave one comment below with the ideal meal you’d pack to pack in the lunch kit. Entries will be accepted until midnight on Thursday, April 2, 2009, and I’ll choose one comment at random on April 3 using the random.org random number generator.

The winner will receive the set of two 250ml round containers with green plastic lids, a reusable Food Kozy sandwich wrapper, a metal drink bottle, a cloth placemat/napkin, and a canvas carrying bag. Additionally, they’ll throw in an 80ml stainless steel condiment container, usually sold in a set of four. The whole set is a US$44-46 value, shown on the Kids Konserve store. The winner can choose which design they’d like, either classic green, or the cuter butterfly or caterpillar versions. One comment per reader, please, and comments without meal details will not be considered.

For ideas on what to pack, check out the thousands of lunch photos in the Bento Boxes group on Flickr or the Bentolunch community on LiveJournal.

Kids Konserve metal lunch set

Other Bento Giveaways: (taken from the bento contest announcement section of the Lunch in a Box Forum)

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  1. I would pack my ideal meal which would consist of some brown rice, stir fried chicken with oyster sauce, and some sauteed broccoli. For the drink I would pack some iced tea.

  2. I’d pack a chicken pate sandwich, some small cooked sausages and cheese wedge in one container, and radishes and cucumber in the other; washed down with strong black coffee. I could eat all that right now!

  3. onigiri in one container, cut up pieces of fruit in the other.

  4. Hmm…I would pack rice, french beans stir-fried with dried shrimps & chinese sausage and homemade meat balls with teriyaki sauce — all these packed in the butterfly design set.

    As for the drink, her favorite milo!

    That would just wow my niece who just loves those dishes!

  5. Top round tier
    ———–
    Greek-Israeli salad: Cucumbers, three colors of bell peppers, and Roma tomatoes, seeded and diced. Red onion, diced. Scallions, sliced finely. Feta cheese, cut into 1/4″ cubes. Fresh basil and oregano, minced finely (the basil in amounts that treat it almost like another vegetable instead of a spice — a big handful!). Extra-virgin olive oil, lime juice, a LITTLE balsamic vinegar, salt, and freshly ground black pepper, to taste. A tiny squeeze of honey, not enough that people can figure out what that little extra something special is. On the side, a silicone cup with a strawberry-fan and some mixed red and green seedless grapes.

    Bottom round tier
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    Persian-Israeli couscous: Israeli couscous, browned in olive oil and a little butter before boiling. Dried cherries, currants, and sultanas, warmed gently in pomegranate juice and date-honey (or agave nectar), and toasted almonds and sesame seeds — all sprinkled on top of the couscous, or mixed in, or laid carefully on top in a pretty pattern like a “rose/lotus” stained glass window or sunburst. Or I might make this dish with Persian rice, or barley, or millet — I do those a lot, too.

    Water bottle
    ———-
    Simple cool water, with maybe one thin slice each of lemon, lime, and/or orange for flavor. Very refreshing as the world heats up in spring and summer.

  6. We love bento’s in our family! We always try to get land and sea in our bentos following the tradition in Japan. I believe I would pack seitan satay with peanut butter sauce. Some edamame and steamed broccoli for veggies. Then of course you need rice so we would have brown rice cooked with hijiki, a little soy sauce, a little chicken, and some carrot pieces. For drink, some rice milk blended with some strawberries.

  7. I love bento’s!! I would pack a Peanut Butter and Nutella sandwich (suits my half practical, half dessert desire), with one bowl of fresh fruit pieces, and one bowl with a variety of sliced veggies such as carrots, celery, bell peppers, cucumbers and a laughing cow cheese wedge. A small piece of chocolate tucked in for dessert. And some tasty green tea to drink. :)

  8. In one of the containers I would lay a foundation of shredded romaine, carrots (matchstick) on which I would put a helping of miso chicken salad surrounded by grape tomatos. In the other container I would put a few packs of crackers, and some fruit, kiwi and strawberries most likely. As for the beverage, I mostly drink water flavored with a True Lime packet so that’s what would be in the drink bottle.

  9. Mmmm! Gyoza and rice with umeboshi and edamame in one container, Watermelon chunks, strawberries and blueberries in the other. Some soy sauce with rice vinegar and raayu in the condiment container. Mango-peach tea in the thermos.

  10. I would pack leftovers from our all slider (mini burgers)BBQ – one lamb burger with olives & mint patty and one falafel patty in one of the metal containers, with the chopped tomato, onion and shredded lettuce in the other container, a cucumber-lemon yogurt sauce in the condiment container (it tasted great on both types of burger), wrap a mini pita and a mini potato bun in the sandwich wrap, and I don’t know what I’d put in the drinks bottle, I usually do water for lunch.

  11. I would pack caesar chicken pita wrap cut into rounds, in the other I would have a fruit salad and salad dressing in the condiment container. For a drink I would pack cold chai tea or water.

  12. Hmmm… I would pack a mound of sushi rice, shelled edamame, baby carrots, and rice seasoning (seaweed & sesame seeds). Great giveaway!!

  13. I would go for wholegrain rice, stir fried vegetables and one of those cute molded eggs. And of course some fruit on the side. Yummm!

  14. G’day Biggie,

    I would fill the Bento Box with a variety of sushi rolls or fresh rice paper rolls, hommus, celerly and carrot sticks, some stone fruit and mixed berries and a nice home made slice of something sweet.

    I hope I’m not to late to enter this amazing competition. I am in Sydney!!

    Best, Nicole

  15. I would do hummus and veggies in one, standing the veggies in the hummus, I would do a fruit salad w/ nuts in the other side.

  16. I’d keep it simple with grilled cheese and tomato soup.

  17. This is such an adorable set. I would love to win this for my 12 year old. She loves Bentos.

  18. I’d pack kare raisu and miniature Chinese steamed buns because you definitely cannot go wrong with those two foods! ^ o ^ ; The combination would be absolutely lovely for a spring picnic ~

  19. I would pack my favorite mini pita with hummus, lettuce, cucumber, and tomato with a side of mixed fresh fruit and greek style yogurt. yumm!!!!!!

  20. It’s now th 3rd here in Oz. I hope I’m not too late!
    I would pack my fav mini meatballs and spaghetti, with a side container of parmesan cheese, and a lovely fresh fruit salad with dipping yoghurt. Mmmmm….

  21. I would pack boiled whole wheat penne with fried cabbage in one, and sake-steamed clams in the other. Clams on penne is my son’s favourite meal but he can’t take it in a single bento box because the sake makes the penne too soft and mushy. This would be perfect!

  22. What a fun “kit” to send a lunch with my little love in!
    I would pack fresh fruit, pita, fatoosh and cheese!

  23. I would plain vanilla yogurt, carrot sticks, juice, and a cheese and cucumber sandwich.

  24. Off to Kindergarten…
    Rasberry tea sweetened with honey, a 1/2 sandwich on wheat with 1 slice tomato & T veganaise. Shred carrots, apples (dipped in lemon juice), & golden raisin salad. Leftover basil & tomato noodles. Condiment container with a small serving of vanilla yogurt.

  25. My sons favorite lunch is PB&J on organic whole wheat, grapes and strawberries and carrots, he does like a little yogurt in case he is still hungry and water to top it off.

  26. Mini peanut butter sandwiches, grapes, cheese stick made to look like octopus, tofu & some choc. pudding.

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