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Happy Teacher’s Day!!!

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.” — Albert Einstein

I believe that’s what our wonderful Teachers at Calhoun are so good at. It’s such a joy to be associated with them, to watch them …

Posted by chef on Tuesday May 9
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Great Lunch + Cousin Brucie is coming!

I’m so excited today. My favorite cousin is coming to Calhoun this evening. The fun thing about my cousin is that he’s your cousin too! Does that make us related? Who knows….maybe. Of course, I’m talking about my good friend “Cousin Brucie”, the New York radio …

Posted by chef on Thursday May 4
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Wash Day!

Let’s go Rangers! Clap- Clap. Clap-clap-clap. There was some really exciting and fun hockey on TV this weekend. It’s nice to see the NY Rangers head into the semi-finals of the playoffs. Uh, yes. I am a Rangers fan!

Today I get to re-tell you one of my favorite stories about New …

Posted by chef on Monday April 24
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Lunch is already smelling good this morning! Or is that a fresh batch of Granola baking? Both?

Sometimes in the morning, usually while I’m waking up to the radio playing, I hear something that sticks with me for a while.  Today was such a day. The radio announcer was talking about a light rain falling in New York and he said, “It’s what I call a ‘spitting rain&…

Posted by chef on Wednesday March 8
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Scraggle Food Mulligatawny?

It looks like we are into another warming trend only to eventually make another u-turn back to colder weather—again.  Maybe even snow on Friday or Saturday?  Too bad we can’t be sure because today’s lunch menu would be perfect on a snowy day.

 Here’s what …

Posted by chef on Tuesday March 7
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A Day without Immigrants

It’s been a very busy morning. If you’ll recall, yesterday was an important day for our country’s immigrant workers to show their importance to our everyday lives. On “a day without immigrants”, thousands of workers took the day off all across the country and marched in…

Posted by chef on Friday February 17
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Rainy Day

Rainy day. I love cooking on rainy days. Perhaps it’s because the aromas tend to hang in the humid air. It’s also comforting to smell good food being cooked when the weather is inconvenient and disruptive. So enjoy it! I’m sure you’ll enjoy the lunch Chef Oscar has planned …

Posted by chef on Tuesday February 7
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Loooziana Cooking!

What a great concert last night…celebrating Steve! If you missed it, you really missed it! And it was so nice to see so many alums and parents there who I haven’t seen in years. What a nice community we have.

Today, lunch is from New Orleans. Here’s what it’s going to be:

Posted by chef on Wednesday February 1
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Let's get healthy!

I’m so happy that it isn’t raining today.  I was worried that I was going to mildew!  Plus this weather hasn’t helped the illnesses going around.  This may not be the coldest winter but it sure seems to be the sickest!

 

Lunch today is going to be healthy …

Posted by chef on Wednesday January 25
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"I've got Coffee in my Pocket!"

Every morning I stop at Zabar’s to pick up a coffee to bring to work with me.  If I’m wearing a jacket, I have a way of putting the coffee in my pocket so that it stays right side up and doesn’t spill.  It’s ice coffee so it isn’t hot.  My route to the …

Posted by chef on Tuesday December 6, 2016
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