USA School Lunch - Mashed Potatoes and Gravy

Country: USA

Contents: Mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, and a roll.

Source: http://www.dirtcandynyc.com/?p=4404

Notes: This looks like prison food.

12 comments:

  1. I am told the food in prison can actually be much better than the food in school lunches, in the US. This looks like wet cat food.

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    1. I was honestly hoping there would be more than just what was on there--at least some cranberry sauce?
      "I am told the food in prison can actually be much better than the food in school lunches, in the US." Go figure--I halfway thought it'd be better in schools. But, then again, I'm sort of new to this "What's for school lunch" thing and noting how good or bad they are.

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  2. lol i dont believe so ... ive watched lots of prison docus and prisoners in the us get close to sh!t for eating :)

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  3. Everything about this 'meal' is wrong!!

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  4. All of you are retards.

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  5. I don't know if I think that looks like upchuck or like something delicious. It might not help that I'm starving right now. :)

    I can remember getting in trouble in high school for my responses to some of the meals they served. I was a very "unladylike" young woman--but then, so was some of what they served us!

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  6. This was my favorite school lunch as a kid. It may be because I had no point of reference for American food. My parents are Chinese and only cooked Chinese food at home.

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  7. Only in America would people think canned gravy and turkey tastes good. Gross.

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  8. This is not a popular dish with the kids at our elementary school, but is popular with the teachers. Salty!

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  9. This is the most unhealthy meal I have ever seen. and so unhealthy with all that gravy. ugh! I could throw up just looking at it....and for the young kids as well. unbelievable,

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  10. I LOVED this and other school lunches back in the day.

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