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Angie on February 25th, 2009

If you are running out of ideas what to put between your sandwich besides the usual ham and cheese, try this! Well, if you don’t eat sardines, just substitute them with tuna, it will work just fine. I use microwave cooking for the sardine filling, so it’s really easy and something you can slap on […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #18: Tomato Sardine Sandwiches

Hairy melon (known also as fuzzy melon or fuzzy squash) is a special vegetable from Asia.  We also call it marrow green in Singapore.  It should be available at most Asian supermarkets or specialty product stores. It’s exterior looks like a large kiwi, with the fine hairs, but the interior comes as a cross between […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #16: Stir-Fried Hairy Melon With Prawns And Egg

It’s another luncheon meat lunchbox recipe again!  Haha.  Remember I told you earlier how I just love luncheon meat? Well, for these bread rolls, you probably have to make them the day before as it will take a few hours to complete.  But it is a very fun activity that you can involve your kids […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #12: Home-Made Sweet Bread Roll With Luncheon Meat

This is a dish I grew up with since young. I love it so much still that every time we cook this, I can finish two portions.  LOL. I also found out that almost every kid who tried this dish liked it very much as well.  It is not only colorful, but it’s healthy, tasty […]

Continue reading about Lunchbox Recipe #5: Luncheon Meat, Carrot, Potato Cube Combo (Kid’s Favourite!)

Angie on December 11th, 2008

Wondering whether you are packing your lunch boxes the right way? It is important to know at least how the food should be stored after cooking and the type of containers that are most suitable.  Basic food safety and hygiene procedures during the cooking process should also be kept to as well.  You wouldn’t want […]

Continue reading about How To Pack Your Lunchbox Meals The Right Way