@elleohelle You can google basically that exact phrase "good easy inexpensive lunch" and get 6.5 billion results, but those are subjective terms so they're not all going to work for you. What are your likes and dislikes, dietary restrictions, and cooking/assembly options at work? Microwave, fridge, etc? I'm in a similar (if not slightly stricter) situation and I make something in the crockpot every Sunday, take a ton to work on Monday, and eat it all week. Just as an example, this week I did a pork butt (5.25 lb., $9.50 plus onions, garlic and spices for maybe another dollar), coleslaw (super cheap, like $.25/head for cabbage plus homemade dressing with maybe $.75 worth of ingredients), green beans (frozen, $1.29/bag), and hamburger buns ($1.99). This made pulled pork sandwiches with green beans and coleslaw, which to me is a good lunch. You have to not mind eating the same thing every day though with this big batch cooking. Mike Dang mentioned stews, also super easy and great in winter if you're in cold weather. Etc. etc. etc. It's fun for me to menu plan and cook though, so my definition of easy might not be the same as yours.
@NoReally Are you Logan's mom? If not, it's super obnoxious to call people honey. If so, I apologize.
@Nina B.@twitter Hot glue, Fabri-Tac(tm), staples, hole punch and yarn, safety pins.
How did you get out of Shamrocks for only $6? I usually spend at least that much on ping pong alone.
This is great. Can it be an ongoing series? Meet your Cheese, Meet your Wine, Meet your Vegetables etc.