when i was pregnant with jingga, i always brought lunch from home to the office. i woke up at 5 am to cook something easy. sometimes everything was already prepared from the night before.
after jingga was born and i don’t have to go to the office everyday anymore, i forget about the lunch box routine. but then the husband got sick and i decided to feed him with healthier food. once a while, when not too busy, brought him lunch box. and this one is perkedel tuna. i found a can of tuna in our kitchen cabinet. before i forget to use it, i turned it to perkedel. the recipe is from here.
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one of my boss is a vegetarian. whenever we have lunch together, he always go to this the same place, walking distance from our office.
i usually ordered sandwich but one day i was tempted with the salad. they have this package 3 salad + bread. and i had tuna pasta, spicy potato and tabbouleh. surprisingly the salad tasted delicious! i was glad i finally had the salad instead of the usual sandwich.
it was my first time to taste tabbouleh and hummus. i like tabbouleh, but not hummus.
my adventure with green tea powder continues. i used the same recipe as the last time, but double the portion. i divided the batter into two and added the green tea powder to one of the batter and put them together before baking.