al desko

al desko

something you do while at your desk: I usually have lunch al desko while I answer my e-mail.

al desko

adj, adv
facetious (of a meal, esp lunch) at one's desk at one's place of work
[C21: on the model of alfresco]
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Dining Al Desko Show some love for the humble packed lunch (and up your green credentials, too) with a cool cool bag, reusable cutlery and envy-inducing containers.
Or eat a sarnie al desko? And, if we're not whipping up a superfood salad, does this mean we're all slowly killing ourselves?
So easy and perfect even for breakfast al desko. Make in a mug with a dash of boiling water and they're delish.
Let's discourage people from eating al desko and urge everyone to use lunch breaks to refresh themselves.
And because all the ingredients are on the inside, there's no need for wasabi pasting, ginger draping and soy dipping -- making it a good choice for lunch 'al desko'.
So when lunch time came about, instead of eating al desko as usual, I decided to go for a stroll and see if my body could make some of that Vitamin D one reads about on the news.
The research, by Fruyo, revealed that over a quarter of diets fail due to unhealthy snacking "al desko", the Daily Star reported.
If you're prone to al desko lunches, give your desk a speed clean with these antibacterial wipes, 99p (Boots/Superdrug).
If you drink as much tea al desko as we do, you'll like this handy J–me coaster, which stops milky mug rings and doubles as a pen tidy.
n Avoid 'al desko' lunches and walk to a cafe or park, walk in preference to taking the lift or escalator, and instead of e-mailing office colleagues walk to see them.
The New Partridge Dictionary may not be the sort of thing you'd enjoy with an Al Pacino [cappuccino] and your kidney punch [lunch] of Eskimo salad [moss from a caribou stomach] al desko [at work].