Serena is a dear friend of mine, but when she asked me to prepare with her a lecture on the lunch box I didn’t take her seriously.
“Paolo it’s a new topic fun and it is for charity; I will do the demos and you tell the history”.
I started to do some research and I found lot of material. Another friend and my eldest daughter did it in other countries and, in a few hours, I had a lot of material.
Although with different names, I realized that lunch boxes have existed for 3000 years. In Milan they are called schiscette in most places they are called cestini, but they are always lunch boxes…
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