I like packing Humus and snack dried peas for dipping. I also like tuna salad or egg salad in a red bell pepper halved.
I always buy out.... Nonetheless, if you're referring to being out and about (not in an office setting), I pack protein bars, because, they're so convenient...won't spoil...are nutritious and will keep you on the go for a good couple of hours. If you're going to a location where you can keep things refrigerated, then breads and humus are great; I was just recently introduced to humus by my brother and it's quite tasty.
I like crackers, cheese, meat, boiled egg, fruit and diet peach tea. :-) I like to have a big breakfast and light lunch.
If I am brown bagging for work I like to make a big salad and have that for lunch during the week. If I am going on a mountain hike where a packed lunch is required then I will make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, peeled orange, trail mix, and sliced carrots with ranch dressing.
I like packing rye bread sandwich with lettuce, salami, gherkins, tomato and egg slices on it. Spices with salt and pepper.
Sandwiches are my favorite option for an easy packed lunch. If I can't refrigerate, I almost always go with peanut butter. If I can refrigerate, there a wide range of options that I like: lunch meat, tuna salad, chicken salad, etc.
I have sports day this Friday and I will take lunch for me and my helpers in the score box and I will probably be taking salmon sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches and ham sandwiches. Mini pork pies. Lots of crisps. Apples and bananas, chocolate, maybe a pasty or two. A flask of tea, bottles of water and a few cans of coke.
Maybe also some wine gums and a few other assorted sweets and biscuits.
For a day at the beach, though, it is just the salmon sandwiches, maybe egg mayo sandwiches, a pasty and lots of tea!
a turkey sandwich cut in half with chips, a pickle, with a sweet tea. With a mint for afterward.
Turkey and vegetables sandwich and some veggies and fruits.
by Right On Time 9 years ago
Do you pack your own lunch for work?If so, what are some suggestions for things that are easy to prepare, to take for lunch e.g. sandwiches. Just fishing for ideas.
by Robert T Gasperson 5 years ago
What are some unique options for a sandwich for lunch?I am tired of the normal PB&J or Turkey, ham and cheese. I want something new to take to work for lunch.
by jaydawg808 8 years ago
What's a good combination with peanut butter?I like the standard PB&J!
by Michael Kromwyk 9 years ago
In South Australia our traditional lunch is the pasty. Pasties are made from white vegetables such as potato, leek, turnip and onion with some meat diced into very small pieces and then covered in light pastry. They are usually covered in tomato (ketchup) sauce and served hot.Pasties...
by OddDustin 9 years ago
What is Nutella, Breakfast, Lunch, dessert, or all of the above?My daughter is making her lunch for summer school and is making a peanut butter and Nutella sandwich. She is arguing that it is fine for breakfast but I told her it was dessert and reminded her she is making her LUNCH not breakfast....
by theframjak 8 years ago
Do I need to refrigerate home-made peanut butter?I just made peanut butter with my food processor and was not sure if it needs to be refrigerated.
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