This may look all inocent and sweet with its ketchupy glaze all heaped up in a pile, but this ain't your grandma's meat loaf folks. You know, maybe its becuase I've been watching Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution, but I don't know how this can be acceptable. I decided not even to post a picture of the inside of the meat loaf because, honestly, it looked like something you would find in the backyard.
Then they put what looks like a sandwhich on your tray. Cut all triangly and cute, but really its just a butter sandwhich. Correction. A marjoram-like substance sandwhich that leaves a waxy coating on your tongue and the roof of your mouth. Reminded me of what I would imagine eating a candle would be like. Yuck.
Don't ask me how. Dont' ask me why. Don't ask me how it was humanly possible, but I choked down every last bite. I do it for the kids, ladies and gentlemen. Actually, I was really hungry and I thought, 'If they are eating it, I can eat it. How bad can it be?' B-A-D.
The only healthy item on the tray was the baby carrots. And honestly, the only reason the baby carrots were on the tray was becuase I chose them. The kids get to pick on additional item and the other choices aside from carrots were pudding and jello. I had to pay 75 cents extra to get a small piece of fruit and a dollar extra for a baby sized bottle of water (8 oz).
This very well may be the last school lunch of my life. Oh school lunch, how I used to love you so. That must have been way back before I had any common sense... Are we really letting our kids eat this crap? And to think... this is the only