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Ok this may sound silly but I have my assembly next weekend as usual we have to prepare our own lunch but I am so tired of the usual sandwich and/or salad. Does anyone have any ideas for something different? Thought of a chicken curry salad on a bed of mixed greens BUT IT'S STILL A SALAD! LOL  

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5 hours ago, Tortuga said:

I like apples and cheese so I will usually slice up an apple and two cheese sticks.

Fruit and protein together is good brain food. Personally I stay away from carbs and sweets while I'm at a convention,  it's not always convenient to take a walk outside to whistle a short tune...:whistling:

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Another thing about carbs; if you have a talk and eat carbs in a meal before, they can create phlegm and make you cough or feel like clearing your throat all the time, something you don't want to do on the podium..

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This is really a tough one because you can't heat anything up, don't want anything heavy to put you to sleep, plus you probably wouldn't want anything messy. 

 

I always packed wraps or sandwiches to keep it simple, but love the idea of sushi, spring rolls or hummus. Speaking of hummus, I love a good Mediterranean wrap.. hummus, feta olives, cucumber, a drizzle of some nice olive oil, dash of paprika. Mmmmm.. 😁

 

What if you packed your chicken curry salad as a wrap? If you have a thermos, you could pair it with a soup. Or pack some fruit or yogurt. 

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Cured meats and bread/olives can work - if you are careful enough to not drop it all over yourself!

Wraps are always a good one, but very similiar to sandwiches in that sense.

 

Hummus with celery, breads and other dipping foods is also a good one.

Tortilla chips with dips too. Again, also messy if you're incapble of eating normally like me haha.

 

Cold pasta dishes work well too.

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  • 3 weeks later...

i'm tired of sandwiches and lettuce salads

 

fried chicken - cold or warm

tuna salad

chicken salad

i skip egg salad - for the benefit of others attending

chili in a thermos - with or without rice

soup/gumbo....again a good thermos

sliced fruits and vegetables and pickles and cottage

cold pizza - yes that one is a bit off

tomato/mozzarella in a balsamic dressing - previous night

tomato/cucumber in a italian dressing - previous night

tried MREs - had a ton left over after disaster relief work - not that appealing - but 1 guys loved them

mini--veggie platter and dips

 

trust me i'm trying everything -- and many are working

i just pinterest healthy snacks and quick lunches - from my wifes pinterest of course....lol

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  • 2 months later...

I've grown accustomed to eating simple meals at the circuit assemblies alsol (i.e., salads and sandwiches) but once in a while I'll heat leftovers using my mini crockpot warmer.

Usually I can find an outlet to reheat my food at the venue and it's nice to have a warm/hot meal during intermission.

 

In the alternative, I'll use my food storage thermos so by the time lunch begins, my food is still warm.

 

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