Lunch Box Chicken πŸ” Wrap

May 25th is National Brown-Bag-It 🍱 Day

A packed lunch (also called pack lunch, sack lunch or bag lunch in North America, or pack up in parts of the United Kingdom, as well as the regional variations: packed lunch in Lancashire, Merseyside and Yorkshire) is a lunch prepared at home (or elsewhere, e.g. by a hotel for its guests; or perhaps, e.g. in Japan, sold in a vending machine) and carried to be eaten elsewhere, such as school, a workplace, or on an outing.

The food is usually wrapped in plastic, aluminum foil, or paper and can be carried ("packed") in a lunchbox, paper bag (a "sack"), or plastic bag. While packed lunches are usually taken from home by the people who are going to eat them, in Mumbai, India, tiffin boxes are most often picked up from the home and brought to workplaces later in the day by so-called dabbawallas. It is also possible to buy packed lunches from stores in several countries. Lunchboxes made out of metal, plastic or vinyl are popular. Lunch boxes provide a way to take heavier lunches in a sturdier box or bag. It is also environmentally friendly.


What will you be celebrating? How will you do it?