Like the French, I’m told, I think about lunch just after breakfast and dinner just after lunch. I read cookbooks like novels and even got a chance to write one, The HandyMom’s Guide to Grilling (Cool Springs Press). In my various incarnations, I’ve been a food writer, restaurant critic, broadcaster, drone-like manager and, now, a nonprofit CEO. Actually, that sounds a little grand. I run a nonprofit that provides basic household necessities to other nonprofits and their clients. I get to write grants, schmooze funders and work in a warehouse full of cool stuff that I get to give away. It’s a good life. What’s for lunch?