School Lunch Found Guilty!


Melted Cheese Sanwich and Strawberry-banana yogurt
June 14, 2010, 2:55 pm
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Guilty

 Michelle and Angela say:

Today’s lunch wasn’t what we thought would be. The lunch tasted horrible, almost like seeing something you wouldn’t want to eat or touch. The melted cheese sandwich didn’t taste like cheese in the middle of a bun. The cheese tasted like eating rotten moss. It was melted too much and burnt. The chocolate milk tasted like expired chocolate milk and when you would finish drinking it, you would see a lot of chocolate in the bottom. Also, the strawberry-banana yogurt looked like passed out (expired) strawberries and bananas mixed together. When you eat it, you would see little pieces of rotten strawberries. We just felt like vommiting all of that food. Who would want to eat burnt, rotten food, and/or overmelted food?!

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Bakery House
May 24, 2010, 3:02 pm
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Guilty

Angela and Michelle say:

Oh my god this lunch was horrible today! The wedged-cutted potatos tasted like nothing at all. The cheeseburger was with melted cheese, which looked disgusting. The cheese was melted too much and the bread was like dried bread. Who would want to eat that kind of cheeseburger? The cut peaches looked all squishy and watery and it tasted like water with sugar.  We preferred what we had in cooking class.

Innocent

 

Innocent

Now look at this. This is what we preferred to eat for lunch. This is what we did for our cooking class today. It was for a multicutural bread celebration. Before we celebrated, we had to do certain things. First, we watched Julia Child’s videos of when she’s making bread. Next, we watched more videos but it’s a PBS documentary. We watched what families from other states cooked for their cultural celebrations and we got to see their recipes. We also saw videos that are PBS documentaries, and one of them is America’s Test Kitchen. From watching these videos, we learned how to read and write recipes our our own. We also learned about the taste and texture of foods and the ingredients we can use when making a certain kind of recipe. Finally, we made our own bread recipes and published them. And of course, we had our bakery celebration.

Us Holding Our Book Recipe of Bread



Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich with Potato Salad and Milk.
May 5, 2010, 3:13 pm
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1/2 Guilty

Angela and Michelle say:

Now just look at this type of food. It’s barely even sweet! Our stomach ached from the potato salad. It just tasted so bitter and horrible! It also felt so gooey and felt like mud. The peanut butter and jelly sandwich was squished and tasted like expired food.  The jelly felt so gooey and the peanut butter was like ice! Everyone felt like vomitting out all of the food. But, at least the milk tasted better than the others. It tasted like milk from the grocery stores and/or supermarkets.  Even the banana tasted like those from the supermarkets.



Chicken pattie with potato on the side and with milk
April 16, 2010, 2:49 pm
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Guilty

Michelle and Angela say: What does this food look like to you? Of course, it’s chicken patty and potato salad but, its pure GUILTINESS! The chicken was thin and soggy. Then we opened the potato salad cap and the smell came out as mayonnaise and cold potato that we took a little bit of it on a fork and we closed our eyes because we didn’t want to eat it. After we tasted it we swallowed really fast that we felt like we wanted to vomit and we had to open a small milk carton and drink the milk so the flavor could get out of  our mouths.  Our faces turned disgusted and funny because of the taste that was bitter, sour, and mushy. After this we asked our selves why would the school give us this kind of lunch because if they want us to eat something healthy then we would prefer to eat a tuna sandwich with orange juice then a carton of milk. Some of our friends didn’t want to eat. It was vomitrocious food we ate, and we did not like it.