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Culinary Construction: Lego Lunchbox
November 13, 2012
Show me a 6-year-old boy, and I'll show you a house littered with Legos. While I myself don't have sons, every mom of boys that I know tells me how their home is practically taken over by those unmistakable building bricks, forcing them to find creative ways to organize and contain those pesky playthings. Don't get us wrong; we love Legos just as much as the next kid, and the Lego Friends line has already found a place on my daughter's Christmas list. If you have a Lego fan on your holiday shopping list this year, but are unsure of what he does and doesn't have (and don't want to add to his mom's madness!), then we've got the perfect gift for you. LEGO Lunch boxes let the building aficionado proudly showcase his playtime passion at the lunch table. Colorful Lego-styled boxes house snacks, fruit and other mealtime favorites, while leaving enough room for a sandwich or other main meal. Everything fits inside a larger Lego-like box- one that's easy to spot in the class lunch crate, and that fits nicely inside a backpack. Now you can check off one gift on your shopping list...
In a Nutshell: Yes, it's OK to play with your food. This is one lunchbox that knows how to "build" on a childhood favorite.
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