Lunch is usually what you eat halfway through the work or school day although it comes at different times according to culture or schedule. When you're at home it's just the meal you eat between breakfast and dinner. One might say there's an unspoken list of items that are best suited for the lunch menu. For example, although sandwiches are eaten at any time of day, some people consider a sandwich to be more of a lunch item than anything else.
In Jamaica, most folks buy their lunch at places that sell cooked meals, usually rice and peas with chicken or beef. Less often, people here eat oxtail, pork or fish with popular starchy food like yam, banana, boiled dumpling, plantain, dasheen, steamed rice and Spanish rice.
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Movie nights are the after-evening events where we set up and invite several friends and family over for good food, fun and conversation. Some hosts ask guests to bring snacks or drinks while others will prepare a little 'sumthin sumthin' that often means popcorn is ninety percent of the menu. Of course, there're some people who take a tad more time to put together more wholesome and exciting dishes.
For all movie night hosts and hostesses who don't have the time and those who just don't have a clue about what to prepare, here are some ideas for easy, quick and sometimes economical finger foods for your movie night menu:
Read more: A Fun Movie Night Menu