The making of Lunch Lady magazine, with editor Kate Berry

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Mon 16 November 2015

11 mins

From the former founders of Frankie, Lunch Lady is a brand new quarterly mag for parents, jam-packed with beautiful pages of recipes, real life parenting stories and photography. On the day it hits the shelves, we spoke to editor Kate Berry about the evolution from blog to magazine and her own personal and emotional journey to get there. Living up to the title, she also shares the secret to a great lunch box meal!

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