Even more Bento boxes

I refuse to spend my life worrying about what I eat. There is no pleasure worth forgoing just for an extra three years in the geriatric ward.
John Mortimer

Hmmm, seems to work … preparing the food for the next day during the evening while watching YouTube videos (or some DVDs) works really fine. I’m neither a cook or particularly skilled when working with food, but still, Bento boxes work well 🙂

Tomorrow, it’s going to be:

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Top row: beef (fried with butter and wild berries), champions (also fried, with the beef actually), nuts (different types), fresh parsley, and potatoe pancakes.

Lower row: Salad, paprika, parsley, feta.

BTW, I am not claiming that the food is healthy, good for keeping a normal weight or in any other way positive — it’s just what I … want to eat. And yup, this is not a cooking site. But still, it’s a creative endeavor I’m embarking on at the moment 😉 And I guess it’s better than most commercially available pre-packed or otherwise bought food.

But the nice thing about having your food in an easy-to-carry-with-you box is that you can take it with you. Nothing stops you to take a real break from work during lunch time and take half an hour off — a bit like Frank Lundy in Dexter:

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Frank Lundy in “Dexter”

Yup, packing your own food has its advantages. Nice to know that there’s an old botanical garden a stone throw away. 🙂

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