What shall I eat for lunch? What else can I keep at my desk for making sandwiches?
I'm bored of peanut butter and jam. I keep PB and jam at my desk in the office. That way, I can just grab some bread on leaving the house in the morning, and make a sandwich at my desk when I get hungry at lunchtime. PB and jam are nice, but I tire of them. What other sandwich fillings can I keep *at my desk* without refrigeration. Delicious Sandwich Recipes. Lunch Menu Ideas Our easy weekly lunch planner gives you ideas for sandwiches, soups, stews, chowders, salads, and more perfect for any lunch.
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And like tons of other personal finance bloggers, it’s saved me mad dough – somewhere in the neighborhood of $2500, I’m guessing. To put it in more concrete terms, that’s 5% of the down payment on a house, two sweet vacations, rent for four months, ten 160GB iPods, or 80 semi-decent pairs of shoes. Nice. Alas, life’s been a little hectic lately, so last week I opted for takeout soup, sandwiches, and Z-grade sushi over homemade salads and be-tupperwared leftovers. Admittedly, it was a nice change, but it also served as a reminder. I know brown bagging has been covered exhaustively by every single media source in existence (ABC, BBC, Highlights Magazine, The Hills, etc.), but its importance can’t be overstated. Cheap (see first paragraph),Healthy (as it gives you control over your food), andGood (for the environment). Plan ahead. Prep the night before. Prep in bulk. Don’t settle for sandwiches. Use leftovers wisely. Top Five Frugalicious Lunches. Are you lining-up for a fast food lunch every day?
Spending a small fortune on dining out with the daily lunch bunch? Stop spending big bucks muddling your midday meal munching on fake foods. Restaurant lunches are harmful to your health and pocket book. It’s time to avoid terrible take out and bring frugalicious meals with you to work or school. With a bit of planning it’s easy to replace expensive fast food lunches with frugally priced real food. Here are my top five frugalicious lunches: 1. Wrap yourself up in a frugalicious veggie, hummus, and cheese wrap for lunch. 2. Makeover a terrible take out meal by eating leftovers! 3. Take some greens, some beans, some fresh veggies, and toss together for a savory salad. 4.
Become a keener beaner and have some soup for lunch! 5. There’s no lunch meal more frugally humble than a peanut butter and jam sandwich. Avoiding take away lunches and eating frugally is simple.