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You’re a hard worker. Unfortunately for you, that means you don’t always give lunch its due. That, or you order something “fast” a little too often, a one-way track to needing bigger pants in a couple of years.
We get it; it’s tempting. You’ve got a good workflow going, and no time to waste on a leisurely lunch out of the office. But you need a bit of fuel to be doing your best work. But in the interests of adequate fuel (and your waistband) you should really think about whipping up something at home.
Here, then, is a dish that’s quick to prepare and easy on the pocketbook. This is one that will take a slight amount of foresight—which is fine, because a man should know how to plan ahead.
Delicious, nutritious lunch is never more than ten minutes away. Now get back to work.
On Jeff: “The Henley” 11.5 oz raw selvedge denim by Baldwin Denim ; The “Seven” navy gingham button-down courtesy of WHARF; the “KC” hat by Baldwin Denim; “Spectator LX” in Moon Beam courtesy of Vans x The Brothers Marshall; thrifted wool blue and white varsity jacket with leather insets by Butwin from Wild Man Vintage ($12); brass railroad spike cuff by Giles & Brother.
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