Baon refers to a Filipino word that means a food packed from home to be taken to work, school, picnic, or any activity outside your home.
I remembered, the first train trip I had with my husband to Lüdinghausen in Germany, like an old age Filipino tradiition, I packed "baon" for our trip ride, sandwiches, boiled egg and a thermos full of coffee. I even packed salt for the boiled eggs. My husband was amused and amazed



baon a food package from home taken to work or school

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