School Lunch Found Guilty!

Special Report: Multicultural night by pwyfoodgabriellah
May 21, 2010, 8:46 am
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Gabriellah and Nazifa say: Yesterday was multicultural night at TYWLS of astoria. It was a blast! We had food from over 62 countries that our school represents. It was all delicious! Above in the picture is colombian bread, the bread was really good, and it was nice and crunchy on the outside but soft and moist in the inside. The bread is made out of cheese. We should have this bread in school! YUMMY!

These are cream puffs, they are made of bread and cream inside of it. When we tasted them, they were like an explosion in your mouth, it felt great! When you bite inside these mini sized bread you could taste the soft,and smooth cream. We have never tasted anything like this before.

This was s0mething we had never tasted before, it tasted like coconut! We think it was a coconut jello, but either way it tingled our tastebuds. It was smooth and shaped as a cube and soft when you bit into it. YUMMY! There was a lot more different food , it was delicious, and better then what we have in lunch.




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It was definitely a blast and everything was ship-shape all right!

The food did taste good. They were from many countries….

Comment by Misbaha

I think the cream puffs, look great! šŸ™‚ I mean, everybody loves cream, right? Also, I’m pretty sure, the cube thingys, are coconut. I couldn’t attend Multicultural Day, šŸ˜¦ but, at least I could get an idea, of how the food was like. Also, I think the way it seemed, the food was probably, so good, it probably ran out pretty quickly. That’s all from me!!! Bye, Gabby and Nazifa!!! šŸ˜€

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