Last night I concocted this dish, well I thought I did, till a fellow instagrammer pointed out that in the North Africa it's affectionately known as Shakshuka and is an Israeli staple... go figure!
Have you seen the Super Mom trend du jour, Bento Boxes? Basically it's where Lunchables meet Martha Stewart. I gotta say though, they're pretty darn impressive. See the lengths Moms go to to get their kids to eat something besides chicken nuggets after the jump.
Let’s begin with a logic experiment:
- I am not a morning person.
- I love drawers. In fact, it’s a borderline fetish.
- I am a mother.
How does 2 help me with 1 even though I am 3? Easy. I made a Drawer Sandwich Station. My DSS helps me prepare sandwiches for my kids for school in no time. Everything I need is spread before me, ready to be used, and in less than a minute I am done.
Your handpacked lunch. Sore joints. Picnics. Having a quick source of cold is infinitely helpful for keeping what you need chilled, and doing it well.
As it turns out, you can make your own - infinately sizeable and shapeable - but just limited how water freezes by adding something with a much lower freezing point, like alcohol....both the rubbing and the, er, vodka kind.
'Cept, it's also rarely healthful, and those $5 a day can quickly add up week after week. The answer, of course, is to pack your own...and with these tips from DumbLittleMan, you can keep your brownbags interesting, healthful, and inexpensive.
Clever reuse of the all-purpose Altoids tin is a rite of passage for any DIYster, but turning something else entirely INTO an Altoids tin? Well, that's just plain fun.
"Whether you're off to school or work, you need something to pack your lunch or snack. Just
like the Flintstones, don't forget your lunch pail. There is a mini-Altoids lunch box but that will not do if you have a hero, grinder, po'boy or submarine sandwich. Make a custom giant...
Like or not, it's the end of August, and with the season comes all sorts of options for DIY Back-To-School fantasticness.
This Recycled Juice Pouch Lunch Bag is a great project to do with back-to-schoolers, or just as a good luck present. It can teach them about recycling and reuse, provide a great introduction to sewing, and provides for a pop art lunch toter that beats the pants off of wasteful brown paper sacks.
1. 14 juice pouches...
These are way cooler than those gnarled tomatoes with the scary eye implants.
"Funky Lunch was born out of the desire to turn an ordinary lunchtime sandwich into something a bit different to encourage children to try and eat a varied and healthy lunch."