not sad desk lunch #4

every not sad desk lunch has a savior and mine appears to be the avocado. it's creamy, delicious, nutritious, pretty and most importantly, easy to transport and prepare. most not sad desk lunches use eggs as the trump card. not just any eggs, but delicate, pillowy, fried, yet runny eggs that are slid from a pan and nestled perfectly on top of a pile of whatever. seriously, no one notices what is under the egg, it could be cold rice and a can of tuna fish (still in the can) and people will comment OMG till the cows come home. but you know what isn't brought to reality? that most people don't have a full kitchen with burners in their office nor the time to prepare such a lunch. hey, i'm all for using fried eggs to perk up otherwise boring leftovers, but let's be realistic about it. who has figured out to make a fried, runny egg with only a microwave and boiling water? this sounds like a pinterest project if i ever did hear one. in the mean time, hard-boiled eggs will have to do.

not sad desk lunch #4:

1 hard-boiled egg
1 cup black beans
1/2 mango diced
1.5 cups trader joes power greens
1/2 avocado, diced (duh)
1/2 lime, juice
salt, pepper, cumin to taste

related: not sad desk lunch #1 | not sad desk lunch #2  | not sad desk lunch #3

not sad desk lunch concept from food 52