Its lunchtime guys!
Post what you ate and whether you are employed. Lets see how needs vs jobbers eat.
Spam and egg sandwich, with vodka.
In a transitional period.
For breakfast I had a pancake and two breakfast sausages that my mother made for me.
For Lunch I heated up some pop tarts, but halfway through the first one I felt depressed and disgusted with myself, so I put the rest in the fridge. Unemployed.
>roast beef, provolone, vinegar, pickles
Cauliflower as a side for something crunchy to munch on and leftover sausage and potato hash from last night.
Seasonally employed. Currently in my down time. I'm at the midway point and will return to work in March.
>Smoked salmon pate with oatcakes
>Seafood sticks with seafood sauce
>Lamb casserole with mushrooms, onions and garlic
>Honey roast parsnips
I took the cooking stock from the lamb and reduced it. It had red wine and redcurrant jelly in there. Turned in to a delicious sauce.
For lunch today I had some leftover rice with some butter and soy sauce and a couple cookies that I baked last night.
I was going to have some leftover enchiladas I made the other day but found the rice I made a few days earlier and decided to finish that off first. Probably have the enchiladas for dinner tonight.
Its all pretty cheap food. Im employed in a fast food job whilst I wait for my grad program to start. Until then im trying to repay credit card debts from uni. Most of what I buy is reduced because of sale dates, but Im not too concerned about them so eat it a few days after normally.
Broken down to individual portions:
Salmon pate £0.40, Oatcakes £0.20
Seafood sticks £0.50, Seafood Sauce £0.30
Lamb £1.75, Mushrooms £0.50, Onion £0.10, Garlic £0.05
So £1.80 for lunch, £3.70 for lunch. I wouldnt normally buy lamb but it was reduced.
Just picked this up for lunch from the sushi bar in the grocery store.
Self employed, btw.
Chicken, rocket and french mustard sandwich. Not the best combination but it works. More of a late breakfast and I have another one later if I need it.
Actually first day at a new job today. Decided I hated my last job a couple months before christmas which was really bad timing in hindsight as I've been broke as all fuck.
>all these anons boasting how they somehow haven't eaten all day in virtue of being employed
People bringing in money should feel ashamed for working at jobs that don't give them the time to enjoy a simple meal.
Probably the same people who stop at 3 different drive through places on the commute home and spam threads about all the unique menu items at Taco Bell.
Bento box. Miso soup and salad not pictured.
Employed full time
Did you knock up some girl back in high school or something?
I used to live in a somewhat nice apartment in one of the better parts of town while making $12 an hour, and never had a problem eating 3 meals a day and making rent.
What the fuck are you doing with your money? Just live within your means.
Well, what do you expect? It was from Safeway, not a sushi restaurant. I needed something quick for lunch, and it was way better than greasy fast food. It tasted good, though. Just basic vegetable rolls, one with brown rice and nori, and one with rice paper, but still, perfectly filling and refreshing.
They can't be the same person, unless he has a very poor memory and gets confused easily. The first comment is about having time at work to eat. The second comment misunderstands the conversation and talks about being able to afford to eat.
>the second comment misunderstands the conversation and talks about being able to afford to eat
The poster the second comment was responding to said he had to work a shitty job with no breaks to eat in order to pay rent, or otherwise end up homeless.
Unless you are living well above your means, or simply dropped out of highschool to start a family, that doesn't make sense. As bad as the job market may be, there are tons of jobs out there that both pay a living wage and give you a lunch break.
muesli (with citrus juice and mixed berries)
omani lentil soup from yesterday
green fish curry
let's see, i'm in no rush
pic related with a few extra leaves of baby spinach
a bowl of oatmeal with some blueberries in there, a banana and 2 cups of coffee
KFC Famous Bowl + a cookie after a job interview. Will hopefully get the position as Desktop support bitch boy.
Fried pork chops, baked potato with sour cream and cheddar cheese. Also a little shitty salad with Cesar.
Felt good to be neet for a few months, but I'm gonna run out of money sooner than later and I really don't want to ask my parents for money.
Turkey, avocado, cheddar & bacon on sourdough, chips and valentines candy
I dont eat lunch, if I ate lunch I would be a huge fatass.
But I do have good breakfast and a nice dinner too.
Today for example I had Blueberry Pancakes with 4 slices of thick cut bacon and a scrambled egg with real maple syrup and butter.
For lunch i guess I had a Banana.
But for dinner I am making homemade White Castle Sliders with fries in our fryer.
And right now I am drinking Pinot Noir wine.
Breakfast in my hotel room. Pancakes with lemon curd and a kind of sweetened, whipped mascarpone.
Dinner last night was six courses. Duck wrapped in fried filo dough, French onion soup, short ribs, salad and done love of dessert I can't remember.
Lunch will probably be something shitty now that the company won't be paying
Salad made with a mix of organic greens (arugula, spinach and some other shit), canned tuna, those little yellow tomatoes and dressing made of rice vinegar, sesame oil, ginger, a probably unnecessary small amount of powdered peanut butter and sriracha. Pretty decent mix. I only wish I had used more tomatoes. Their coolness was a nice contrast to the room temperature tuna.
Making fried gizzards for dinner before I go to work tonight.
Haven't consumed anything sustenance yet but I do have a pair of catfish fillets I caught a few nights ago frozen, any suggestions /ck/ ?
>week-old chicken wings
Why didn't you eat them sooner? I'll eat vegetable-based leftovers as much as five days later, but all the meat gets consumed within three days of cooking.
Did you get sick?
How is it sad if it was something I liked and served it's purpose? You have an odd sense of what's sad/good/right/wrong/. Also, it didn't cost very much, I wouldn't have overpaid for fucking veg rolls.
>Employed, but on vacation.
>Breakfast: Apple butter and peanut butter on two slices of toast, cup of coffee.
>Din-din: Three slices of summer sausage, American cheese and corn tortilla quesadilla, two cans of ginger ale, and a banana.
Chicken, squash, zucchini, and cabbage soup I cooked a few days ago for dinner. I ate chinese food for lunch, and breakfast was a ramen cup shrimp and lime flavor. I'm sure it's backasswards to eat so shitty for breakfast but I can't help it with work.
Full-time student with a campus job.
I just had two big meals, so I didn't really have a lunch. I just seared some frozen hashbrown with chopped onion, garlic, mushroom, bell pepper, and jalopeno and scrambled that shit together with eggs. It's my typical first meal of the day.
For dinner I baked a lemon butter trout filet with more bell pepper and mushroom, and made rice and peas.
Both meals were pretty gr8. My captcha made me choose milkshakes and now I really fucking want a good milkshake, though.
Bottle of Coke and a box of microwave chicken fried rice (Tai Pei brand; actually not bad.) Employed, although making only a little above my state's minimum. Had to leave earlier than expected, so had to eat fast.
>implying i don't have a pet who eats more expensive and better quality food than i do
>implying i have never possessed more roe than that faggot
i ate this entire bag along with a bottle of pinnacle whipped vodka and then ate the bottle.
I eat these at work a lot.
They're good for what they are.
Sandwich from the cafeteria. Wheat bread, lettuce, swiss cheese, ham, dijon mustard, sweet pickles, little tomato. Pedestrian, but quite good.
I made curry coconut butternut squash curry and it's good, but I've had it for lunch every day this week and I'm sick of it.