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Lunch Lady Magazine Issue 6

Lunch Lady is a quarterly keepsake full of meaningful content, inspiring family stories, easy DIY, stacks of recipes plus funny relatable opinion pieces about the ups and downs of raising childrwn. It's a magazine where parenting is not taken too seriously but a balanced approach to family life is.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
We Print Nice Things
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adriana esperalba bobo choses We have launched A Legend, our new spring-summer 2017 collection. It’s related to the world of sports and inspired by athletic legends from around the world and through time. The idea behind the collection is to celebrate those heroes who may not stand out for their perfection, but who overcome their fears and dare to be different. We have also published an illustrated children's book that tells the stories of different sports legends. The book was the starting point for the SS17 clothing collection. The most exciting thing about all this is to see children and adults be moved and inspired when reading the book. That’s when our garments gain a new meaning for them. sophie digby ecostore This month we are so proud to release our extra-special just…

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snacks for the great outdoors

GRAHAM CRACKERS Makes about 20 crackers • 1 1/2 cups wholemeal flour• 1 1/2 cups plain flour• 1 tsp baking powder• 1/2 tsp baking soda• 3/4 tsp coarse salt• 3/4 tsp ground cinnamon• 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg• 115g / 4oz unsalted butter, at room temperature• 1/3 cup dark brown sugar• 1/3 cup honey• 1 tsp vanilla extract• 1/2 cup double cream 1. In a mixing bowl, combine the wholemeal flour, plain flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg. Set aside. 2. In the bowl of a stand mixer fitted with a paddle attachment, beat the butter, brown sugar, honey and vanilla extract until pale. Scrape down the sides of the bowl when you need to. 3. Add the flour mixture into the bowl in 4 bits, alternating with the cream. Scrape down the…

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be an unfucker

When did you have the idea for Be An Unfucker? Caroline [Caro] and I regularly had our own side projects going on but always had problems finishing them. So we decided to start a project together so that we’d motivate each other to see it through. We also wanted to use our creative skills for good. We are interested in climate change and thought we’d take something important and communicate it in a way we’d respond to ourselves. The more we got into it, the more we realised there were so many people out there who a traditional ‘greenie’ just wasn’t resonating with. We also realised that the idea of positive peer pressure was a pretty interesting thing. Before Unfuckers, I recycled, but that was about it. As Caro and…

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tippity-tips

Baggin’ your bananas Fact: 429,000 recyclable plastic supermarket bags are dumped into landfill every hour. Change one thing: Your fruit and veg already has its own natural packaging, so what do you really need those plastic bags for? If you’re grossed out by fruit-on-trolley action, just put everything in one bag and separate them at the till. Free-bag frenzy Fact: Australians throw away about 7,150 recyclable plastic bags a minute. Around the world, we use and throw away 1 trillion every year. And some supermarkets still don’t charge for them. Crazy. Change one thing: Embrace the granny trolley, bring your own bags or put your groceries straight into your bag / backpack / man bag. Buy in season Fact: Eating strawberries in winter or oranges in summer can mean they’ve been flown in from halfway across the…

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heyyum

When her youngest son was diagnosed with ADHD, Henriette Lamm Zeuthen understood that their lives would have to change, but by swapping a career in banking for one making organic lollies, she’s taken that approach a little further than most. “I was looking for different ways to stabilise my son, and organic food and meditation ended up working for us,” explains Zeuthen. “I’ve always preferred to eat organic, so it wasn’t a huge shift. I’d rather an organic apple with a wormhole, because I think the worm is the wise guy who knows what’s best for him.” Zeuthen lives in a town near Copenhagen, Denmark, where organic food isn’t hard to find in local supermarkets. That is, until you hit the lolly aisle. “I started looking in other shoppers’ baskets and noticed…

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friends with benefits

PEAR + GINGER + KIWI + LEMON Makes 1 cup • 1 cup pear• 1 kiwifruit, peeled• 1/2 tsp fresh ginger, grated• 1 tsp lemon juice• 2 mint leaves• 1/2 cup water• ice for serving Pop all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Serve over ice. PERSIMMON + BLACKBERRY + LEMON Makes 1 cup • 1 Fuyu persimmon, chopped• 3/4 cup frozen blackberries• 1/2 cup almond milk• 2 ice cubes• 1 tsp lemon juice• pinch of cinnamon Pop all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. PINEAPPLE + BANANA + AVOCADO Makes 1 cup • 1/2 cup pineapple, including the core• 1/2 cup ripe banana• 1 tbsp avocado• 1/4 cup coconut cream or coconut yoghurt• 1/4 tsp vanilla Pop all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth and fluffy.…

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