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Tiffins: In India, everyone carries their lunch in a tiffin. This is an unusually pretty one. Lots more on site.

It's time for lunch: If only we were Indian schoolchildren, whose noonday meal is packed at home in a reusable tiffin and delivered hot by a dabbawala (in a system legendary for its efficiency). With a sigh, we offer up these five tiffin carriers, in the hopes that they make leftovers look more appetizing.

A modern version of the Tiffin that is still used in India. This is microwave and dishwasher safe.

These bento boxes would be great for all the Spring/Summer festivels and outdoor concerts coming up!

You know, for when I go back to work and actually have to leave the house during the day again...$25.99

TIFFIN: we'd take these "tiffin boxes" to school everyday with our lunch in it. they came in different sizes. I think mine had three levels. One level dal, next chapati's, next some chicken or veg".

Vincent Van Duysen's ceramic bowls with wooden lids are hands-down one of my favorite table-top pieces.

The stainless steel ECOlunchbox Three-In-One has two stacking compartments and a small inner box to keep cut fruit separate; $24.