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Continued: What's for lunch? You know when you pack it

  • Article by: LEE SVITAK DEAN , Star Tribune
  • Last update: August 28, 2013 - 4:15 PM

• One-minute cold sesame noodle salad: Leftover noodles tossed with tahini (sesame seed butter), soy sauce, vinegar and a splash of hot sauce and sesame seeds. Add some veggies, or not.

• DIY lunch kits, made of crackers, cheese, hummus, nut butter or whatever your little darlin’ likes (that you approve of).

• The BLT salad.

• Prosciutto-wrapped melon slices and a slice of prepared quiche, served warm or cold.

• Leftover rice turned into fried rice, served in a Thermos.

A big oops

And that lunchtime item I packed for my high school daughter many years ago?

A can of beer.

Could have happened to anyone half-awake, at the end of a very busy week, who reached into the back of a dark pantry shelf and grabbed what appeared to be a beverage. Really.

Lesson learned: Pack lunches the night before. Or have the kids do it.

 

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