July 18 - Sausage with French fries, carrots and sugar cake

<span style="font-size: 12px !important;"><img src="http://www.trbimg.com/img-50073f47/turbine/sfl-spork-meter-2-out-of-5-20120718/950" style="float:left; margin: 0 12px 12px 0;" /><b>Flavor Meter:</b> 3 out of 5<br>
<b>Health Rating:</b> 1 out of 5<br>
<b>Price:</b> $5.25<br>
<b>I'm Left Feeling:</b> Bloated<br><br>
<b>The Bottom Line:</b> The school prepared the lunch, but a paper company must have made those carrots. Those carrots tasted like orange cardboard, though I admit the parsley was a nice touch. The sausage was full of tasty, peppery spices. As usual, we got fries so rubbery we could patch a car tire with them. However, the moist, sugary cake helped put us in better spirits to tackle calculus next period.<br><br>
--By John Doe, Cooper City High School
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( July 18, 2012 )

Flavor Meter: 3 out of 5
Health Rating: 1 out of 5
Price: $5.25
I'm Left Feeling: Bloated

The Bottom Line: The school prepared the lunch, but a paper company must have made those carrots. Those carrots tasted like orange cardboard, though I admit the parsley was a nice touch. The sausage was full of tasty, peppery spices. As usual, we got fries so rubbery we could patch a car tire with them. However, the moist, sugary cake helped put us in better spirits to tackle calculus next period.

--By John Doe, Cooper City High School

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