Weekly Photo Challenge : Lunchtime

Eating is something that you should do if you a human. Of course, any mankind on this earth surely like to eat. Especially when we are in a deep hungry state.

Anyway, in the big city, lunchtime has so many meaning. Lunch meeting, lunch date, etc. And lunch typically falls in the early-middle of the working day, it can either be eaten on a break from work, or as part of the workday. The difference between those who work through lunch and those who take it off could be a matter of cultural, social class, bargaining power, or the nature of the work.

Regularly, I cooked my own lunch, and bring it to the work. It is just for financial reason :p but when I woke up late or when I just don’t have any mood to cook, I will have lunch nearby my workplace. Nothing special with my daily lunchtime.

Last Christmas day, I had lunch with some of my family. It was something that unusual, since we are rarely meet each other. Here’s a picture of us, happily eating those Szechuan dining.

Family lunch on Christmas day (2012).
Family lunch on Christmas day (2012).

And here is a picture of a friend who is really enjoy her lunch hahaha..
I took the picture with my HTC One S phone :)

@ssetiawan with 4 portion of Coto Makassar! :D
@ssetiawan with 4 portion of Coto Makassar! :D

And how about your lunchtime? Anything delicious?

–Inspired from Weekly Photo Challenge: Lunchtime.

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13 Replies to “Weekly Photo Challenge : Lunchtime”

  1. According to a lunchtime eating habits survey, recently conducted by the National Cheese Institute (NCI), a true lunch ‘hour’ is now considered to be a luxury, with the average person downing their lunch in just 24 minutes.

  2. Waktu makan memang bisa jadi momen yang baik untuk kumpul keluarga ya kak. Maksud saya saat lagi kumpul-kumpul bareng keluarga rasanya nggak lengkap aja kalau nggak ada acae makan-makannya. Apalagi klu momennya pas di hari raya seperti foto familiy lunch di atas.

  3. Salah satu waktu yang baik untuk ngumpul-ngumpul memang pada waktu makan ya kak. Maksud saya saat kumpul-kumpul gitu rasanya kurang lengkap saja klu ada nggak ada acara makan-makannya. Apalagi pas di momen hari raya, seperti foto family lunch di atas.

  4. Karena Rara membahas lunch time, jadi saya mau ikut berbagi.

    Di negeri-negeri Arab, mereka jarang mengenal makan siang atau waktu makan siang. Biasanya mereka makan memang 3x, tapi bukan di lunch time jam 12 an seperti kita. Meraka makan pagi (jam 6-7), kemudian makan sore (jam 4sore) dan makan tengah malam (jam 9-10 malam).

    waktu tengah hari mereka pakai untuk sholat atau bekerja. makanya di kantor2 di sini tak mengenal istirahat siang, kecuali beebrapa menit utk sholat saja.

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