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Jars away: Petit Pot's packed lunch
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YOU GOTTA EAT THIS

Fatigué of your usual sandwich or boring salad for lunch? Pretend you're Oprah with your own private chef and order a healthy three-course lunch from Petit Pot. This catering company — run by the charmingly accented Max Pouvreau — offers fresh, seasonal lunches in reusable Weck jars that are easy to transport and reheat. You can order them through Good Eggs (http://www.goodeggs.com/petitpot). Bring your little jars to work, filled with toasted farro tabbouleh with cherry tomatoes and feta, lamb shoulder, and spring onion tagine with prunes and roasted almonds. For dessert? Don't pass up the lemon curd with almond streusel and candied lemon peel. Délicieux!

Marcia Gagliardi is the founder of the weekly tablehopper e-column. Subscribe for more at tablehopper.com. Get her app: Tablehopper's Top Late-Night Eats. On Twitter: @tablehopper.

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