Posts Tagged ‘school lunch’
Not surprising, but the Japanese serve far better school food than we do in the U.S. Blogger Christine is living in Japan and writes about her school- and hospital-food experiences on her blog, Origami Mommy. (She also has some sweet crafty tutorials.)
I had the distinct pleasure of giving birth in a Jewish hospital during Passover, which meant matzo cereal for breakfast. Fortunately it was in the East Village and Mr. Apparently was able to bring both a tuna sandwich and take-out sushi for the same meal. Is he a good man, or what?
via Words to Eat By
When I become an activist, healthier school lunches will be my cause. I am delighted by what celebrity chefs like Alice Waters and Jamie Oliver are doing to improve the standards for school-provded meals in this country and the U.K.
Chipotle, a brand whose food I don’t particularly care for but which I respect for their “better pork” policies, has started a donation campaign. Forward your junk email to email@example.com, and they’ll donate $10,000 for every 100,000 email received to The Lunch Box, a non-profit organization that provides resources to schools to help them make their food programs healthier.