When I first started using Twitter, people who were not fans were aghast. “Why would you want to know what people are eating for lunch?” they asked. Answer: I don’t, but there’s more going on than that.
Except now I’m about to blog about my lunch. Specifically, my fallback lunch menu. Feel free to look away now.
Being at home a lot, as I am, means that I’m pretty much confined to eating whatever’s in the fridge or pantry for lunch. How I well remember the days of working in the city and having to actually make a decision about lunch. Pho? Sandwich? Turkish? Lebanese? Soup? Salad? Sushi?
These days, more often than not, there is no choice. There is only what I like to call the Single Girl Special: a tin of tuna mixed with a can of chickpeas. A sprinkle of pepper. Eat, standing over the kitchen bench.
So named because I basically survived on it during my years in my studio flat and various share accommodation arrangements.
Simple. Nutritious. Boring.
Much like this blog post.
What’s your fallback lunch position?