5 Reasons NOT To Order Next Week’s ‘Dinner To Lunch’ Recipe April 21, 2019

by Rebecca Down Dinner To Lunch
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    You may have heard us talking about our new ‘Dinner To Lunch‘ recipe collection – you know, the great time-saving recipes that let you cook for 2 meal times in 1 go. But before you order next week’s Chilli Con Carne with a Chilli Sweetcorn Burrito, make sure you know exactly what you’re getting yourself into… 

    1. The lunch might not make it to the next day.

    Sure, the Chilli Con Carne is for dinner. But the Mexican Sweetcorn Burritos will be right there, and how can anyone in their right mind resist a sneaky midnight taste? There’s no guarantee that the lunch will still be in the fridge when you wake up the next morning. Your hungry housemate/ boyfriend/ girlfriend/ kids may get to it first.

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    2. You’ll have too much free time on your hands.

    Cooking once and eating twice just doesn’t add up. What are you going to do with all that extra time? Relaxing wasn’t on your to-do list!

    3. You won’t get to wait in line at your go-to lunch spot.

    No, you’ll be too tucking into your Indian Spiced Lentil, Broccoli & Chicken Salad to even think about waiting-in-line small talk… or a ready-made sandwich.

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    4. Your coworkers will be angry that you have a better lunch than them.

    And they’ll definitely give you side-eye when you pull these Coronation Chicken Ciabatta Sandwiches out at the lunch tablet – and you don’t want to get on their bad side.

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    5. Your friends will get tired of hearing you rant and rave about it.

    “We’ve heard it before” they’ll tell you. “You’re nailing it in the kitchen, etc. etc. We know. You’re insulting my already sad desk lunch.”

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