Friday, November 18, 2011

FirstLine & ESY NOLA in the News

Here are a couple recent articles focused on a new food tasting in the Langston Hughes Cafeteria, and an article on ESY NOLA:

Students give thumbs up for local products in school taste test

NEW ORLEANS, La. – About 40 students gathered in the lunch room at Langston Hughes Academy charter school recently (Nov. 8) to sample and rate potential menu items made from local products.  (Click the link above to read the rest of the article.)

(InthekNOwla) -- NEW ORLEANS | If you went to school in Orleans parish, then we’re sure you remember lunchtime. The rectangle-shaped sausage pizza, hamburgers and “Cajun” fries, mashed potatoes and perfectly square chicken nuggets, yellow rice and baked chicken, and something that kind of resembles the McRib from McDonald's. Mix in the regulatory fruit cocktail, spinach (if the grass had recently been cut), bread, and white milk (though it was like finding a $20 bill when a rare chocolate milk was spotted).   (Click the link above to read the rest of the article.)

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