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    LUnch on the go

    Codi N
    Fri Mar 04, 2011 4:03 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hi. My boyfriend works out on location (no microwave or anything). And ive been trying to find some good easy recipes so I can make him lunches. HELP! icon_exclaim.gif
    Brenda.
    Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:19 am
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    Codi N wrote:
    Hi. My boyfriend works out on location (no microwave or anything). And ive been trying to find some good easy recipes so I can make him lunches. HELP! icon_exclaim.gif


    Hi Codi, welcome to the Forum wave.gif

    If he has a cooler, here are a few suggestions:

    Club Wrap
    Chicken Wrap
    BLT Wrap

    Fruit Salad
    Broccoli Salad

    The Best Pasta Salad
    Southwestern Pasta Salad

    Ranch Crackers- These are a nice nibble. I send a gallon ziploc bag with my DH on Monday and he munches on them all week icon_smile.gif


    Hard Boiled Eggs, String Cheese, Sliced Cheese & Crackers, Granola Bars, & Popped Popcorn could be packaged and ready to go icon_smile.gif

    Hope these ideas help a little,

    Bren icon_biggrin.gif
    Red Apple Guy
    Wed Mar 09, 2011 4:48 pm
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    Hey Codi N
    My folks lived in your town for a while - nice city. I'm from the other side of the state - Kilgore/Longview.

    I pack a lunch just about every day and can only share what I like to eat. I love sandwiches made with whole grain seed or nut breads and high-quality lunchmeat. A rye or whole wheat bread (which I enjoy making myself), horseradish and top round or pastrami is good eats to me. I'm a swiss cheese guy. A crisp apple and I'm good to go. This is pretty obvious lunch stuff - but it's stuff I don't tire of. I use at least 2 varieties of bread a week.

    Soup, stew or chili in a thermos works well, too.

    Also, give the guy some choices and ask which of them he won't tire of. It might simplify your life.

    Red
    peachez
    Fri Aug 03, 2012 2:40 am
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    This might be an option for reheating leftovers / frozen foods etc. on location.

    RoadPro 12v Portable In Car Stove/Cooker/Heater.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2-vvq8K0sn4

    Burton Stove To Go:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jtj6qa-pCU4

    http://www.roadtrucker.com/12-volt-cooking/12-volt-portable-stove.htm
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