Caroline Craig grew up in London but comes from a family of fruit farmers and wine producers. A childhood spent gobbling home-grown black truffles, tomatoes and peaches left her with little choice but to shape her life around food and entertaining. Caroline writes a column for The Guardian with co-author Sophie Missing, and works at the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Sophie Missing grew up in London and studied English at UCL. She worked in publishing for four years, where she edited lots of delicious cookbooks. She now works as a freelance writer, editor, and occasional food stylist--but still makes a lot of packed lunches.
"Packed full of food you can really get excited by, it's a
much-needed rallying call to reclaim the lunch hour!"--Felicity
Cloake "author of Perfect "
"A brilliant and inventive set of recipes, menus and shopping lists that will transform your lunchtimes."--Tim Hayward "author of Food DIY "
"A little book of clever ideas for the daily lunchbox."--Nigel Slater "Observer Food Monthly "
"A rallying cry to the homemade midday meal, packed with recipes and ideas that promise to transform working life."--Susannah Butter "Evening Standard (London) "
"This book is perfect. Not only that, it is beautifully presented, fun, delightful, and full to capacity of ways to make a packed lunch memorable."--UK Press Syndication