I thought maybe we could all put down a few ideas for feeding when not at home. I'm off to London this week and in my hall I already have some supplies essential to my own personal convenience.
LOL it is so strange because I used to so look forward to gourmet eating in Soho and the like and I expect we will, but I also expect to be waiting to get back to our hotel where I have the odd goodie that I know I can totally eat.
So in the hall I have 2 packets of Jaffa cakes in individually wrapped 3 packs - ideal for 150 calorie fast snack I can keep in my handbag and dip in a cup of tea. Tins of pull ring Ambrosia rice pudding. A tin of peaches, small cans of coke to cleanse the mouth first thing and do naughty things to the teeth ( sorry Vinod). I also have some of those McVities's breakfast AM bars that I can manage to eat with lots of fluid and again portable. Plus 12 small bottles of drinking water for my handbag ( not all at once, but essential to drink from after 5 minutes talking or when dryness strikes, that is constantly.
With all this drinking going on it's also a good idea not to go too far from a loo!
One food I can eat are vegetable samosas. The taste is quite strong but I find them edible. So that will suit my husband as he likes the odd curry. What I really fancy is a Chinese but think maybe fried rice would be the best I could manage as I still can't eat meat.
I do find going away a good strategy because it forces you to try a few new things out of sheer desperation and sometimes it's successful.
How do other cope with being away from the house foodwise?