Finnish school food pics thread wednesday edition!
We had delicious bolognese.
It was really good for real.
And not only that - it was free too!!!
I never understood why cafeteria ladies insist on cooking spaghetti until it swells into formlessness. I worked in a cafeteria for a while while studying, and every time I'd cooked the pasta al dente, knowing it would still overcook as it sits in the food line, my boss would come over, give it a taste, look at me like a cow looks at a calf that can't stand up, dunked half a bucket more salt in it, and told me to drain it 5 minutes later.
It's like overcooking was a religious practice or something. A secret rite of the guild of school cafeteria marms, maybe?
I wish they used more fresh beets and other root vegetables. People just aren't used to eating them these days, sure, but they're inexpensive, nutritious and flavourful. I always make my minced meat sauce with shredded beets these days.
I heard this one cook got laid off a school's kitchen because he was making food that was too good with the money he had to use. Apparently it made the other schools look bad and make the situation unjust.
>the cucumber touching the bolognese sauce and spaghetti
Yeah, that was in news in finland like last year or so. Cafteria lady made breads herself if i remember correctly and they tasted too good so it wasnt equal for kids in other schools and cafeteria lady was told she couldnt do that good food anymore.
This happened in sweden tho. Swedes are equality fanatics.
if she didn't bother explaining to you why she did this then she didn't have a good reason to do it.
A lot of people think they can lead by example but nobody wants to go where they're going.
I think it would be quite sad if there was only one of us. Like... it would be really fucking sad. But fortunately its nothing like that and there is many of us and we are superbly cool
They could both be made of plastic, they're getting pretty good at that shit nowadays. This thing is plastic, nearly unbreakable and microwave/dishwasher safe.