It is no coincidence that food is king on social media. Seeing as most of us eat three meals a day it is effortless to create a post - just snap a photo of your meal - but more importantly, it is relevant to everyone. Food is part of the human story, not just a means to survive.
Food connects us with one another, no matter where we are in the world. We share it with friends, lovers, and family transcending backgrounds, cultures and traditions.
As we’re working from home, we recently made a habit in the team of sharing lunch photos every day to feel connected.
With this in mind, I'd love to know what you are having for lunch?
Of course, due to time differences and dietary preferences, you can share breakfasts, dinners or even snacks. Anything goes!
I'll do the honours in the comments below, as I'm about to have my lunch break. Let's keep this rolling and indulge one another with local delicacies or whatever it is you are craving, taking us on a tasty journey around the world.
OMG! Your lanches look so good. I am just eating Mozzarella and mashed potatoes all the time. This post is VERY VERY useful to me. Thanks, @Nick . Feel free to send some food if you like 😄
@Nick I love Sunday brunch, so I always make something a bit more special than the usual weekday breakfast of cereal+milk combo. And the extra time during lockdown allowed me to indulge in this habit... 😄