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Culinary Ambassadors: A School Lunch in Modena, Italy

Serious Eats' Culinary Ambassadors check in from time to time with reports on food fare in their homeland or countries of residence. Here's the latest! —The Mgmt.

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I work in a local kindergarden here in Modena, Italy. These kids are SPOILED ROTTEN. They get things like lasagna, fresh fish, fresh pasta with pesto, bean and barley soup, roasted chicken legs, chicken cordon bleu, eggplant Parmesan, great fresh veggies and fruits, and ALL bio stuff... Even organic dark chocolate! All of it delivered hot from a food-catering company.

The quality is so-so sometimes, but it's a lot better than the turkey gravy and mashed rehydrated potatoes or mystery meat I had back home as a kid. BitchinFixins

To find out more about the Culinary Ambassadors initiative or sign up, see this SE Talk thread »

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