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Lunch Lady Magazine Issue 7

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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IN THIS ISSUE

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hey foundation sponsors, tell us how your brand began.

Obus Kylie Zerbst Next year Obus will be 20, so the beginning of Obus was a really long time ago! Graphic design was the path I chose at university, and while studying for my masters I took my first trip overseas, to India. That changed my life. For someone who had barely travelled out of Victoria, spending those months in such a fascinating country totally blew my mind. It changed the way I thought about everything... but mostly how I wanted to spend my days. That's why Obus the (then) one lady show was born, and travel has remained the central inspiration behind what we create. Each collection is inspired by a destination-real or imagined. We take our ladies on a different journey each season. We love colour and bold, conversation-starting…

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another one bites the crust

Combo Idea 1. pnb + mung bean sprouts + honey Start with a thick layer of peanut butter. (It can be smooth or crunchy, salted or unsalted—whatever!) Add a handful of mung bean sprouts and then drizzle with honey. Don’t drown it—just enough to give it a little sweetness. Combo Idea 2. herby guacamole with grated cheddar cheese + carrot In a small bowl, mash half an avocado and then stir through a small handful of your fave chopped herbs and juice from a lemon quarter. Season with salt and pepper. Spread the guacamole across your bread, and then top with grated carrot and cheddar cheese. Combo Idea 3. hummus ’ + za atar + tomato Spread some hummus on a piece of bread, and add a layer of baby spinach. Pop some sliced tomato on top, and…

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holy scrolly

CINNAMON + CARDAMOM BUNS Makes 15-20 buns For the buns: • 2 1/2 tsp instant yeast• 1 tsp ground cardamom• 1/4 tsp sea salt• 1 cup milk• 70g / 2.5oz salted butter• 1/4 cup maple syrup• 3 cups white spelt flour For the filling: • 3 tbsp maple syrup• 50g / 1.8oz salted butter• 1 tbsp ground cinnamon• 1/2 tsp ground cardamom For the egg wash + topping: • 1 egg, lightly beaten• 2 tbsp raw sugar 1. Add ground cardamom, salt and yeast to a large bowl. 2. In a small saucepan, melt butter with milk and maple syrup to a lukewarm temperature. 3. Pour melted butter over the yeast and stir to dissolve. 4. Sift 2 cups of spelt flour into the yeast mix to form a dough. 5. Slowly add the rest of the flour, and knead until soft…

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nut-free snacks

NUT-FREE CHOC-COCONUT SUNBUTTER Makes 2 cups • 2 cups sunflower seeds• 4 tbsp coconut oil• 3 tbsp cacao powder• 1 tbsp vanilla paste• 4 tbsp maple syrup• 1 tsp ground cinnamon• pinch of salt 1. Lightly toast the sunflower seeds in a pan over low heat until the seeds begin to pop. 2. Transfer the seeds to a food processor, and whiz on high speed until you have a fine powder. 3. Add the coconut oil, one tablespoon at a time, and continue to blend on high speed for 5–10 minutes or until you have a smooth paste. 4. Add the cacao powder, vanilla, maple syrup, cinnamon and salt to the blender and blend until well combined. 5. Store in an airtight container in the pantry for up to 2 weeks. NUT-FREE + GLUTEN-FREE RHUBARB + ORANGE MUFFINS…

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a messy state of mind.

We live in a tidy age. It’s an age of algorithms and systems, rules and regulations. An age where everything has its right place and there’s always someone to tell you what to do and how best to do it. Organisation has become a de facto religion, both at large and in the home. If we can just control the chaos of the world and put everything in the correct box, then perhaps we’ll finally be free to live our best lives. But Tim Harford, a senior economist with the Financial Times, thinks we’re going about it all wrong. Rather than tidiness freeing us to be our best selves, and think our best thoughts, Harford argues that embracing the chaos of life could actually be a spur to better problem-solving and…

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breakfast in bed

ORANGE, RICOTTA + POPPY SEED PANCAKES Serves 2 • 1 cup ricotta cheese • 1/4 cup caster sugar • 2 eggs • zest from 1 orange, finely grated • 1/8 cup poppy seeds • 1/3 cup plain flour • 2–3 tbsp oil or butter for frying For serving: • honey • walnut halves 1. In a large mixing bowl, whisk together ricotta, sugar, eggs, orange zest and poppy seeds. 2. Fold in the flour and mix until just combined. 3. Heat the oil (or butter) in a large, heavy-based frying pan. With a large kitchen spoon, spoon in small rounds of batter, using the back of the spoon to flatten. You will need to work in batches of approximately 3 at a time, or whatever fits comfortably in your pan. 4. Over medium heat, fry gently until golden on one side, and then flip over…

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