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Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration.
We're at my husband Tad's family house on Long Island for the next two weeks. There's a beach to romp around on, tennis courts to play on, a lawn to tear around, and bikes that get a lot of riding time -- all this activity adds up to two famished kids, begging for lunch at noon!
The cooking I do out here entails slicing and seasoning and not much heat. For lunch today, I made an heirloom tomato, cherry tomato, and melon salad sprinkled with mint, coarse salt and pepper, and a dappling of olive oil. Miraculously, we had some leftover fried chicken in the fridge -- why do we eat it hot when it's so good cold? -- which I sliced up. And wheat bread from BreadZilla, toasted and slathered with butter. I realize that I forgot to include dessert in the photo. Summer porch lunches are incomplete without dessert -- we had cashewtella (the recipe will be on the site soon -- promise!) sandwiched between chocolate chip cookies. Without pause, the kids were back out on the lawn in their bathing suits, kicking a soccer ball.
What's in your lunch today? See some of the twins' past lunches.
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Have a ball (jar).