School Lunch Found Guilty!

No school, no lunch today: Midwinter Break Day 1 by schoollunchfoundguilty
February 15, 2010, 1:29 pm
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FoodTeacherAmy says: Hi Everyone! No school this week, so I thought I’d give you some food for thought.

Have you seen this show, Dinner: Impossible on the Food Network? My question is, if this guy can make tasty and appealing food for hundreds (and sometimes more than a thousand) people with limited resources (like only using what he finds in the dorms or in food court kitchens), limited time and planning, and menu restrictions (like no pork, or all the food has to be inspired by Crayola colors or Barbies), why can’t the same thing happen in our schools? Why can’t chefs — who would have the advantage of planning time — prepare enjoyable, fresh lunches for the kids in the New York City Public Schools?


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After reading this I have been thinking for a really really really long time. I watch this sometimes if there is nothing else on television. I know that most of the time he would have to prepare food for a few hundred people(3 courses) in 8 hours.WAIT! The only help he gets would be a group of a maximum of 10 people. This guy named Robert(I think) is amazing. I remember seeing the barbie episode. I think that if he is capable of serving hundreds of people (3 courses) in a limited amount of time, limitations, and a few people, then I think lunch ladies can do the same.

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