Category Archive: Interviews

Recipe: Chicken noodle soup

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Having a Sunday roast today? This recipe is perfect for using up left over chicken – and if you’re feeling really thrifty, you could make your own stock from the carcass too. Serves… Continue reading

History of the Sandwich

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It is often wondered what came first: the chicken or the egg? Another of life’s great mysteries, however, is where on earth the sandwich came from? Who invented it, why was it eaten,… Continue reading

Hungry Shoppers Eat More: Interview With Food Psychologist

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Spring into shape this April with some wise words from our health and wellbeing expert. Food psychologist Dr Lorna Drew speaks exclusively to Soggy Sandwich about a new study looking into the effects… Continue reading

Desk Manners: a lesson in office etiquette

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“Eat quietly and nothing smelly!” Soggy Sandwich has tracked down an etiquette coach to learn about table manners that can be applied to everyday desk dining. These days most people are so busy that… Continue reading

Soggy Sandwich works for you!

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Soggy Sandwich massively appreciates receiving your votes every week on our lunch offs, and we love the enthusiasm and feedback we get from all you lovely Soggy Sarnie fans. Remember, we work for… Continue reading

Guest Post: The importance of lunchtime exercise

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A healthy, wholesome lunch is only half the equation. The other 50%, you ask? Fresh air and exercise, writes guest blogger and fitness coach Lesley Michaels: Soggy Sandwich is a brilliant resource for delicious… Continue reading

Words of wisdom from our expert in nutrition

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Now that the festive period has well and truly past and we can feel spring drawing closer, it’s time to think about a health-kick. It’s 2014, and we have enough information and advice… Continue reading

The vegan lunch: an interview with Brian Jacobs from Vegan London

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Off the back of our veggie lunch off, we’ve been thinking about how lunch lovers with restricted diets can still get a decent midday meal for under a fiver. We’re not going to… Continue reading

No More Soggy Sandwiches

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Sick of soggy sandwiches, wilted salad leaves, dripping dressings and bruised bananas? Full of fabulous ideas for epic lunches but clueless as to how to get them to work without them turning into… Continue reading