Work-From-Home Lunches Can Be Delicious And Quick

Virus Outbreak Vaccine Volunteers
Rebecca Sirull, right, chats with Madeleine Busch, left, one of her roommates, on Monday, March 16, 2020, as she makes dinner at the home they share in Seattle. Sirull was the third person to receive a shot of a potential vaccine for the COVID-19 coronavirus at the start of the first-stage safety study clinical trial of the vaccine at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute in Seattle.
Virus Outbreak Vaccine Volunteers
Rebecca Sirull, right, chats with Madeleine Busch, left, one of her roommates, on Monday, March 16, 2020, as she makes dinner at the home they share in Seattle. Sirull was the third person to receive a shot of a potential vaccine for the COVID-19 coronavirus at the start of the first-stage safety study clinical trial of the vaccine at the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute in Seattle.

Work-From-Home Lunches Can Be Delicious And Quick

There are so many distractions when you’re working from home that you can look at the clock and realize that you’ve missed lunch.

Reset turns to a local chef for tips on how to make great lunches without cutting into your workflow and daily routine.

GUEST: Sarah Stegner, chef and owner at Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook