My dad works in a place where he brings his own lunch, but he doesn’t have the ability to heat his lunches at all no microwaves, stoves, nothing. You don’t need to rule out hot lunch. For example your dad can bring a hot lunch of tamales with a little boiling water in the bottom and it will still by piping hot at noon. Oh and I’ll give you an actual “recipe” to really contribute, if you can even call it that though, as it’s a sandwich. Also, he’s a burly guy, so while salads and such are nice, I’d like to suggest things that are really filling especially given that it’s a blue-collar job and he works around 12 hours a day.
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Oh and I’ll give you an actual “recipe” to really contribute, if you can even call it that though, as it’s a sandwich.
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I think pierogies are good cold with sour cream, but I don’t expect anyone to share that opinion. Throw a piece of fruit in there. Kind of a dumb question, but I’m trying to picture how this would work. Could have soup with a sandwich, that’s top yum right there. Which will be doubly hard given that I’m miles away at the moment, but I guess I can’ only help them so much.
It’s just a matter of getting my parents to go to a decent deli and get good-quality cold cuts, since they’ve never bought anything that isn’t the Oscar Meyer bologna crap.
Show all posts Show only internal posts Show only archived posts. I want to give him some recipes he can make that can be eaten as-is. Might try a heartier “salad” made of grains with whatever addons he likes meat, nuts, beans, fruit, vegetables. Your post will not be uploaded to original board. Maybe look into that.
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Also, try searching for easy recipes for “pansit”. I should probably look on Amazon and surprise him with a good one. I actually can’t believe I haven’t thought of the tamale thing myself yet, but that’s probably just because I’m awful at being Mexican.
I’m in college and live away from home, so I can’t help him in person, and I always have hot lunches, so I don’t have any recipes on-hand.
Also, regarding cowxo tamale thing, do you mean the boiling water goes in the thermos, or in the lunchbox itself? You don’t need to rule out hot lunch. My neighbor gave some and I ate it straight out of the container after several hours. Leave empty for any user name. Also, he’s a burly guy, so while salads and such are nice, I’d like to suggest things that are really filling especially given that it’s a blue-collar job and he works around 12 hours a day. Advanced search Text to find Subject [?
It’s a Filipino version of a noodle stir-fry.
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The other good turkey sandwich is butter lettuce, scallion mayo, and dill havarati. New posts first Old posts first.
I don’t mean the elbow mayonnaise kind, I mean the oily herbed kind that you could throw some olives or meat in if you wanted. Nice turkey with romaine lettuce, cranberry sauce just a touch, the ‘whole berry’ kind spread thin pesto, and maybe a slice of cheese.
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All Posts OPs Only. I’ll suggest something with grilled vegetables and maybe some chicken. There are many types of cold sandwiches that are manly, meaty and delicious. Summer sausage with a wedge of cheese and a roll. Tuna with olive oil and grilled vegetables makes a good pita stuffing. And that sandwich sounds great. Look at what goes into bento. And he does use a thermos for soups, but according to him it’s kind of a shitty one and he can’t seem to find one that retains heat for a long time AND holds a lot.