I often take my lunch to work.
It's cheaper and tends to be healthier. Plus there's not a lot of options for eating out near where I work.
In today's Toronto Star, there's a small feature about What’s for Lunch?, a 40-page book aimed at kids 8+ by Toronto author and food literacy advocate Andrea Curtis. She gives readers a taste of what schoolchildren eat in 13 different countries — from mackerel in Japan to guinea pig in Peru.
So different from the leftover beef stew I'm taking for lunch today!
Do you take a lunch to work or school?