Day 138 – Meatballs, Nuggets, and Grapes!

Spaghetti and Meatballs or Chicken Nuggets….there is just something about that Spaghetti that seems so not appetizing….

     

Good ol’ Chicken Nuggets…..

   

    Lot’s of grapes!

  Baby carrots! 🙂

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4 thoughts on “Day 138 – Meatballs, Nuggets, and Grapes!

  1. I agree. I think it is the meatballs. And considering it is May,it would be nice to see some light spring food. We have spaghetti on the menu in late may too. We are celebrating staff appreciation week this week. Thank you for teaching. Not only your classroom, but this blog. If you enlighten a single person with this, then it Is worth it. Thanks!

    • 🙂 Thank you for all of your comments and for taking the time to read this blog! Thank you for all the work that you do….people do not realize the jobs and responsibilities of the food service staff!

  2. This is author and columnist, David Lawrence Dewey. I have been writing about the dangers of hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, MSG, excess sugar in processed food and other toxins in the food supply since 1996.

    I was the first journalist to warn consumers about hydrogenated oils and aspartame, high fructose corn syrup, excess sugars in processed foods and other artificial sweeteners in 1996.

    First, high fructose corn syrup is NOT like sugar as the commercials like it to be. I explain all that in my column. There are 4 teaspoons of HFC in one small carton of chocolate or strawberry flavored milk. And the problem is, the flavoring is artificial as well. And HFC is in nearly everything, especially processed foods.

    I have written an extensive article about this fiasco with the LAUSD school district and I show by actual school menu items, what is in the food the school district is serving and how deadly they are. One lunch item has over 1,400 MG of sodium. This has been kept from students, parents for too long. You can read it on my website at:

    What is the Los Angeles Unified School District
    Feeding The Students?
    Is Jaime Oliver Correct? – Yes – Here Is Why
    http://www.dldewey.com/lausd.htm

    Someone posted that two teaspoons of high fructose corn syrup in a glass of milk is not that bad. Well, yes it is, because it is actually 4 teaspoons in one small carton of chocolate or strawberry flavored milk. And the problem is, the flavoring is artificial as well. And HFC is in nearly everything, especially processed foods.

    Hydrogenated Oils-Silent Killers
    http://www.dldewey.com/hydroil.htm

    I first wrote this column in 1996 to warn consumers, and
    it has been continuously updated with the latest research since.

    Also, sugar free milk? Artificial sweeteners such as aspartame/Equal and Splenda are more deadly that sugar.

    Read my article: Aspartame – Sweetness or Death? http://www.dldewey.com/aspar.htm

    Also, check out the new documentrary, inGREEDients, that I was
    the content, creative and journalistic consultant on. Jaime Oliver
    has picked it as one of his 7 favorite films. It has won (5) film awards.

    http://www.dldewey.com/ingreed.htm

    If you are a reader of the DailyLunch Tray Blog, if you order the DVD and put my name DEWEY in the company field name, you will get (2) DVD’s of the documentary for the price of (1). You can then give the 2nd DVD to a family member as a gift to help spread the word about the dangers of hydrogenated oils and other toxins in the food supply.

    If you are a student, I ask you to please read this article and the links to my other articles on the deadly toxins in processed food and how children as young as ten are developing diabetes, heart disease,learning problems because of poor diet. Email your friends about my article and if you have one of these diseases I would like to hear from you. You can contact me through my website.

    Jaime Oliver is trying to save lives, just as I have since 1996, let him in the schools!

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