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Lunch at the Shop: Seattle bookshop owner Peter Miller discusses the meaning of sitting down for lunch with your co-workers.

Each afternoon, the staff at Peter Miller Architecture and Design Books in Seattle gathers to enjoy a simple lunch. In much the same way that families tend to sit together discussing their days over dinner, sharing a work-free break to munch on a meal with your co-workers can make the whole office feel more connected. Peter has compiled his communal recipes into a cookbook called Lunch at the Shop: The Art and Practice of the Midday Meal (Harry

  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Recipe:
    Peter Miller
  • Food Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad
  • Prop Styling:
    Sidsel Rudolph

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  • Words:
    Joanna Han
  • Recipe:
    Peter Miller
  • Food Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad
  • Prop Styling:
    Sidsel Rudolph
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