If you have last night's leftovers, they can serve as the perfect stuffing for your lunch sandwiches. Whether it's turkey, chicken or even a vegetable, stuff it in the bread slices with cheese, walnuts, onions, celery and season with your favourite sauce. Likewise you can also prepare chicken especially chicken breasts which take hardly any time to cook. Allied to this is the chuck box, where in you have pots, pans, plates, plastic glasses, napkins, rubbis bags and so on. To make it more delicious, in place of normal bread take two whole wheat bread slices and top each slice with cheese. Bake until the cheese melts and your sandwich is ready. If not that, it would strike you to carry things like camera, binoculars and things like that, once you start packing and think about the venue and what you would do there.
He has served on many sports club committees, and as president of Gisborne Caravan & Camping Club and regional delegate for Caravanning Camping NZ. He also volunteers at the 24-hour Relay for Life cancer fundraising event. Walton Walker: Walton has been involved in softball for 50 years as a player, coach and administrator (serving as secretary and treasurer), and for the past 10 years as president of Tairawhiti Softball Association. He is also heavily involved in waka ama and a committee member of the Gisborne Boys High 1st XV reunion committee. He is a trustee and chairman of the Nga Tama Toa Trust, Reporua Marae chairman, a trustee of Ohinewaiapu Marae, Papawhariki Trust chairman and an active member of the Rotary Club of Gisborne. Bill Aston: aUncle Billa has supported and cared for his community and its people for most of his nearly 80 years.
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