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Posted: Saturday, October 26, 2013 9:00 pm

Local foodies may want to dine in the cafeterias of Kalispell Public Schools and taste the cuisine served to thousands of students on a daily basis.

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          3 comments:

          • libra42 posted at 10:05 am on Sun, Oct 27, 2013.

            libra42 Posts: 461

            "Steamed broccoli" ??? Dig in kids! No salt or butter, though!

             
          • 888111 posted at 9:12 am on Sun, Oct 27, 2013.

            888111 Posts: 541

            james you should join michelle O's team,you'd be a real hit with the kids

             
          • James Conner posted at 1:21 am on Sun, Oct 27, 2013.

            James Conner Posts: 21

            A Polish sausage is a high fat entree straight out of Mrs. Cholesterol's kitchen. I'm sure it's mighty tasty served on a bun, especially with hot mustard or another spicy condiment, but it's a way of eating that leads right to blocked coronary arteries later in life. Perhaps the students should stick to steamed broccoli.

             

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