Dinner on the Run: Five Stylish Ways to Tote Your Dinner

Dinner on the Run: Five Stylish Ways to Tote Your Dinner

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Megan Gordon
Mar 23, 2012
Lunch outside of the house is a reality for students and working folks, but there are days when dinner on the run is a necessity, too. When I'm traveling or have a late-evening meeting, I try to plan ahead and pack a little something. And it's much easier to do with these stylish totes and boxes. From old-fashioned enamel boxes to stacking lunch pots with separate sections, these picks fit every budget and style preference. Packing a dinner is convenient and will save you money in the long run, yes, but I also appreciate the deliberate thought that goes into it. You plan and prepare a meal ahead of time to fit the restrictions of your schedule: a sure guarantee that it's going to taste all the better for it. Clockwise, from top left 1 Enamel Lunch Box, $49 from Brook Farm General Store 2 Le Parfait Canister Set $36 from Terrain 3 Bento Box $40 from Plastica 4 Stacking Lunch Pot $22 from Black + Blum 5 (not shown) Eco 3-in 1 Lunchbox $18.70 Green Cupboards Related: Leak-Proof Food Containers for Lunch (Images: Brook Farm General Store, Terrain, Black + Blum, Plastica)
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