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Love Your Lunchbox 101 Do-ahead Recipes to Liven Up Lunchtime by James Ramsden
  

Love Your Lunchbox 101 Do-ahead Recipes to Liven Up Lunchtime

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If you’re buying in a lunch everyday then not only are you paying over the odds but you also have no control over the ingredients. Why not, as James Ramsden suggests, make your own packed lunch everyday? A bit of forward planning and effort together with ideas culled from his new book will give you a healthy and varied packed lunch – and save you money.

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Love Your Lunchbox 101 Do-ahead Recipes to Liven Up Lunchtime by James Ramsden

The cookbook that no desktop gourmet can do without. Homemade lunches needn't be boring or repetitive. Liven things up with these creative recipes, that are also easy on the wallet. From super noodles to nutritious salads, belly-filling sarnies, or snack-time treats, there's a recipe for every situation. James Ramsden, creator of the Secret Larder supper club and author of Do-ahead Dinners, has applied his practical do-ahead ethos and talent for inventive and satisfying flavour combinations to give you the ultimate lunchtime menu with 101 different options. Photography by renowned food photographer, Martin Poole.

About the Author

James Ramsden is a 27-year-old food writer and broadcaster. He has written about food and cookery for the Guardian, the Times, the FT, delicious, Sainsbury’s Magazine, London Evening Standard and many others, and presents the Lad that Lunches on BBC Radio 1. His supper club, the Secret Larder, is one of the most popular in London and was described by one journalist as “harder to get into than the Ivy.” He has built a reputation for creating exciting, trendy, tasty food without the gaga gourmet, and yet he is also known for his relaxed and sociable presence amongst the guests. He is the author of Small Adventures in Cooking.

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Publication date

1st May 2014

Author

James Ramsden

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www.jamesramsden.com/

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Publisher

Pavilion Books an imprint of Anova Books

Format

Hardback
208 pages

Categories

Cookery, Food and Drink
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General cookery & recipes

ISBN

9781909108806

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