Recent studies regarding happiness show that people who have jobs -- something one does for money -- are not very happy; similarly, I've found that those are the type of people who often eat lunch at their desks.
How do public high school lunches compare in the six countries where HuffPost has sites -- U.S., UK, Canada, France, Spain and Italy? More important, what do students think of their cafeteria food: taste-wise and health-wise?
In preparation for Marcus Samuelsson discussing his memoir on Monday, and Danny Meyer joining writers Ian Frazier, Karen Russell and Molly O'Neill to discuss lunch on Tuesday, we hosted a Macaroni and Cheese cook-off!
When I was growing up, Lunchables were the best thing ever. At first glance, they appears hip, convenient, healthy and -- as clearly noted on the box -- full of fantastic added nutrition. Now that I'm a father to 4-year-old twins, I decided to inspect their packaging more closely.
I love Mexican food, but unfortunately great Mexican food is hard to find where I live. So from time to time I make my own version. I don't claim that these dishes are a hundred percent authentic, but I guarantee they taste great.
Connecticut is the home of the steamy-hot lobster roll, also on a hot dog bun, but dressed with nothing other than melted butter. And is it ever delicious -- very likely the most delicious lobster roll of all.
That afternoon, Julia Child mastered French cooking, Meryl Streep and Amy Adams mastered Julia Child, the ill could walk, the young could dream, all could laugh and Nora Ephron, in her inimitable way, had orchestrated the whole thing.