Who Needs Brunch When You Can Have Lunchner
February 26, 2016 3:27am CST
A male friend of mine has this practice of ordering 10 large Domino pizzas at one go. He puts them in his freezer and takes one out and pops it in the microwave whenever he felt like having some. 10 pizzas would last him for a week. He loves pizza and is lazy so it works well for him. I kind of did something similar to him today. I love this pork chop curry rice from a famous stall and I'm a lazy girl who had decided that buying lunch + dinner would be a good thing to do for today. So, here are two packets of my favorite rice. This ordinary looking dish is called Hainanese Pork Chop Rice. The fried pork chops are juicy and well seasoned. The sauce is a combination of curry, braised meat soy sauce and a sweet tomato sauce. Have you ever been so hooked on one dish that you would have it twice or more times in a day? Photo: My Lunchner
14 people like this
• Austin, Texas
4 Mar 16
I love brunch! That's why I'm on board with McDonald's making the decision to serve breakfast all day. But I would be perfectly fine with Lunchner. When it comes to food I can be very flexible. As for eating a dish more than once, leftovers eaten the same day I served the meal are fine with me. Once I get confirmation that everybody else in the house has eaten, why put those tasty "leftovers" in the fridge and wait for the next day?
5 Mar 16
A bummer they don't serve breakfast all day in Singapore because I would love to have some of the menu items for lunch or dinner. I'm flexible with food as well, I don't think that people should restrict themselves to certain foods for breakfast, lunch or dinner!
28 Feb 16
Actually you can tell the stall owner that you want to keep in freezer and warm up when you want to eat. They will pack the meat and the sauce for you separately so that the meat can last longer. You can use the sauce to cook noodle or porridge. Try it! It's perfectly nice.
• Dubai, United Arab Emirates
26 Feb 16
10 pizzas? Sheesh, that's a lot. I'm hooked on to many South Indian breakfast meals, as a kid, I'd have one (called a dosa) multiple times a day. Now I control the number of meals a lot. By the way, I love the term Lunchner. I'm coining Dinkfast right now.