Maine Vacation Lunch

Easy Lunch Box in Maine

The last weekend in September I went with my parents to Maine for the weekend. We had wonderful weather! My parents like eating fish while in Maine. As a vegetarian that is not my interest but I love walking the beach. My parents have a cooler that plugs into the car and keeps food very cold without ice. We had a refrigerator in our hotel room. I made some food for myself before leaving on our little trip. Of course I used my EasyLunchboxes.

These photos were taken during low tide right before I ate lunch. We stayed at a hotel on the beach between Pine Point and the town of Old Orchard Beach. It is a wonderful beach for walking!

Lunch on Beach

Container: EasyLunchBoxes

Orzo Pasta Salad: Orzo, black olives cut in half, cherry tomatoes cut in half, feta cheese, olive oil, Dijon mustard, salt and pepper

Fruit: Raspberries

Cauliflower Salad: I used this recipe but I left out the onion and dill. I used regular mayonnaise.

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8 Responses to Maine Vacation Lunch

  1. mtetar says:

    One of my favorite vegetables Cauliflower. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Blessings, Mtetar

  2. Julia says:

    My husband and I fell in love with Maine on our first visit there. Since then we’ve been back twice, and like it better each time we go.

  3. Sarah says:

    Great lunch, and even better view! I’ve always wanted to visit Maine!

  4. bentodays says:

    Lunch on the beach looks great! Glad you had a lovely trip!

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