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New York Times food editor Sam Sifton thinks about food all day at work, but when he stopped by our studios for an interview this week, he admitted that he rarely brings his own lunch from home. However, he does make lunch every day for his young children, who go off to school with sandwiches or dinner leftovers. He said that lunch around his office in Times Square is not very satisfying, adding, “I spend a lot of post lunch hours at The New York Times, filled with regret and self-loathing.”
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