This is not the average what to eat for lunch question.
I need ideas on what my husband can take for lunch that he can carry around like a sandwich and work at the same time. He does not sit down for lunch and the only thing off the menu is nuts and seeds, they cut up his mouth. It also can't be to messy or runny because he works around delicate printing machines and co-workers. If its bite sized like just pop into the mouth that is okay.
These are my ideas so far any others would be so greatly appreciated:
Deli meat wrapped around avocado
Cucumber ???sandwiches??? (meat & sauce between cucumber slices)
Lettuce wrap sandwiches
Broiled meat patty
Meat salad stuffed mini peppers
Hard boiled eggs
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Bacon, Cheese (havarti) wrapped around proscuitto, Cold twice baked potato skins (pancetta, cheese, onion, salsa), Oyster nuggets (I can sometimes find a large container of shucked oysters for less than ten bucks), or clam strips
I recently made meatballs of grassfed ground beef mixed with sardines in tomato sauce. I'm sure you could do a dry version.
Meatballs, scotch eggs (ground beef around a hard boiled egg-lots of recipes online), lunchmeat wrapped around a slice of cheese....
My husband takes bags of macadamia nuts, dried cranberries, and beef jerky. It's really calorie dense, so he's able to get calories in quickly. I couldn't eat that stuff every day (too difficult to digest, or something) but it works great for him. He usually takes a bunch of bags at once and stores them at his desk, so he doesn't have to think about bringing a lunch every day.
Canned tuna/sardine and salad is my go-to packed lunch.