Sometime around the 1980’s LUNCH became a VERB. Lunch suddenly was something people DID…in 2011, thanks to Club Member Mikemax, it became a NEW PAGE on this blog! Look for “What’s for Lunch?” at the top of the blog…then tell us about YOUR lunch! Inquiring minds want to know!
People who depend on food commodities, food pantry food, or EBT cards from WIC or SNAP are always on the hunt for new ideas for lunches that fit their slim budgets. Those who use Angel Food Ministries bundles are always eager for ideas for those items to s t r e t c h their food budgets, too. Even people who just want to be frugal, those who are living on a dime, are likely to be open to food ideas that make lunch interesting as well as cost effective and nutritious.
Maybe you tote a lunchbox or perhaps you fill lunch boxes for your children or your other half who works away from home. You most likely HAVE great lunch ideas. We hope you are willing to share…hint/hint…
If you are home for lunch you no doubt are clever at morphing leftovers into yummy lunchtime fare. Won’t you share your expertise with us? Thanks!
One of Mother Connie’s tried and true lunchtime “tricks” is to gather bits of this and tads of that left from previous meals. When broth is added, it becomes a brand new soup. It is virtually unidentifiable as whatever it WAS if some new veggies are introduced to the pot. If there is any left of THAT, it can be a dinner starter in little soup cups before the main entree makes it to the table.
What do YOU do about lunch? Let’s DO lunch and tell us all about YOUR menu on the new page!
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