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Learn about the profile and attitudes of lunchers who consider soft drinks but then purchase alternatives, and discover what they buy instead.
Learn about the profile and attitudes of lunchers who consider sandwiches but then purchase alternatives, and discover what they buy instead.
THE Scurra bumps into Amanda Platell at the Covent Garden restaurant, Christopher's - the favourite haunt of serial luncher, BBC political editor Andrew Marr.
There are quite a number of ethnic delis around the Valleys, some of them producing excellent sandwiches for the neighborhood luncher and evening snacker.
We are particularly pleased to have had so many first-time organisers like Andrew sign up this time round, as well as our loyal Big Lunchers like Sue, many of whom have been on board since the initiative started seven years ago.
This goes some way to explain why the Otters Pool, part of the Harvester chain and set back unobtrusively from all this leisurely action, is such a popular destination for Sunday lunchers.
The Jackman Foundation offices sit high On the 54di floor of Mies van der Rohe 's austere TD Bank Tower, just down the hall from Canoe restaurant, still a favourite of financial-district power lunchers.
Lunchers clamor for their blue-plate favorites like country fried steak and gravy, meatloaf, fresh fried okra, and mac and cheese.
81 per cent of Big Lunchers feel the event makes their community a better place to live.
To celebrate the inaugural Love Your Lunch Day and spread lunch-time joy, Aladdin is partnering with 20 food trucks in cities nationwide to surprise and delight lunchers with a simple, inspiring message: grab a pal, eat great food, and Love Your Lunch.
From personal experience, I would put the percentage of desk lunchers at 90 per cent.
They started off not too badly, making just as many mistakes as the light lunchers for the first half hour but after that there was no doubt that they were sleepier.
The lunchers had decamped to the local from Cannizaro House when Austin attempted to pat the dog but received a savaging in return.
Wittily entitled Le dejeuner sous l'herbe (lunch under the lawn), the remains of the giant meal with its cutlery and crockery were laid, just as the lunchers had left it, on the base of the trench--and backfilled.
In Brixton, Big Lunchers used wheelie bins as a wicket for street cricket.