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Guest Epicurean Critique: Early Thanksgiving at Adair Schools!
The Kiddos may be eating better than anyone in Adair County today - as it should be. Shamarie Claiborne visited all four schools, took some delicious shots, and has a three word critique for the artistry of the Adair County Food Service Department: IT WAS AWESOME!
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By Shamarie Claiborne
What better occasion to showcase the talented chefs employed by the Adair County School System and our wonderful Director of Food Services, Carol Roy, than on Thanksgiving!
Our students are being treated to a Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings.
Available in our cafeteria's today is your choice of Ham or Turkey, Mashed Potatoes or Sweet Potato Casserole, Green Beans, Dressing with or without gravy, Wheat Rolls, and Low Fat Milk.
I thought I would share a few photos with everyone so I took about 15 minutes and dropped by each school to snap a few shots of different items.
My first stop was the Adair County Middle School where they had just taken out of the oven their dressing and put some green beans in the serving pot. The green beans smelled so good there was no question which picture I was going to use from their kitchen. Snap went the camera.
Next stop was Adair County Primary Center were the very first thing I saw was the best looking Sweet Potato Casserole I had seen since my Aunt Diane's last Christmas. Snap went the camera.
By this time my stomach was starting to rumble. Then I dashed over to Adair County Elementary School where they had just pulled out the most perfect looking warm wheat rolls I think I have ever seen.
No brainer there, snap went the camera. So, by this time I was done and headed back to the high school to get my lunch. I was starving! I about didn't make it until I had taken the picture of my plate --- Hope I have made everyone as hungry as I was during the process.
FYI - IT WAS AWESOME!
- Shamarie Claiborne
This story was posted on 2013-11-26 11:34:03
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