A 19-year-old college student packs stunning lunches for her parents almost every day.
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Georgie Goodrum hails from Lincolnshire, U.K. The teen’s inspiration to make eye-catching bento boxes came from Jessica Woo, who does the same for her children on TikTok. The devoted daughter makes her parents lunch Monday through Thursday as a way to pay them back for all the meals they packed her growing up.
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“What people think I mean when I say I make lunch for my parents,” Goodrum said in a video.
She showed stock photos of plain sandwiches with prepackaged chips.
“Versus what I actually make,” she said.
Goodrum cut to photos of her elaborate lunches featuring colorful salads, burritos, quesadillas and stuffed peppers.
In another popular video, she packed them English muffin pizzas, pesto salad, pistachios and chocolate Hobnob cookies for dessert.
“I give them things to try that they might not necessarily like beforehand,” Goodrum told Fox News.
But most of her recipes and concoctions come from whatever she has in the fridge.
“Most of the time, I kind of just stand in the kitchen, have a look at what we’ve got in the house and try and use up things like leftovers or things that we’ve got already,” she told Fox News. “It’s kind of just mixing creativity whilst using up the resources that we have.”
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