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Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas

Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas Zak Suhar

Coming soon! Eukrates’ Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas by Chef Pelops

As the hot summer months spend themselves in a fragrant cloud of barbequed bream and cups of Chian cooled with ice from Mount Parnitha, a parent’s thoughts naturally begin to turn to those Academy days just on the horizon.

But when your offspring is used to snagging a handful of olives, or a piece of last night’s roasted quail as he dashes out the door, how can you tempt his appetite when it’s time to settle down and join the other likely lads in classes and lectures at Plato’s Academy? Barley rolls and cheese are all very well and good, but they’re hardly satisfying—and they have limited staying power. As Sokrates once said, if the stomach is empty, then so, too, is the mind.

So what is a good father to do?

Fortunately, Eukrates has come to the rescue once again with an all-new cooking scroll from the famous Chef Pelops! Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas by Chef Pelops will provide you with dozens of recipes designed to keep your little philosopher’s mind in top working condition! Smoked Sausages and Flatbread, Olive Relish and Rock Eel, Stewed Lentils and more! Buy Eukrates’ Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas by Chef Pelops today and banish lunchbasket boredom!

Here’s just one of the fabulous recipes you can find in Eukrates’ Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas by Chef Pelops! Eukrates: the name you trust for all your self-help needs—at a cost you can afford! Look for Back to the Academy Lunchbasket Ideas by Chef Pelops in the Agora today!

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Last modified onWednesday, 12 August 2015 10:55

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