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First day at the Matthew Kenney Academy

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The school/restaurant is SUCH an inspiring environment to be in. You’re practically standing in a raw food pantry (I’m like a kid in a candy store) surrounded by all the tools and gadgets you need. The teachers are great and the other students are lovely. I’m feeling so LUCKY right now! Today was mostly theoretical with an exception of knife skills-practice and a pistachio pesto we prepared for tomorrow. Can’t wait to get started on the FOOD!

http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2012/01/20/145539661/state-bill-outlaws-use-of-fetuses-in-food-industry-meets-visceral-reaction

thank you npr.  and oklahoma.  

do they still eat eggs in oklahoma?  cause those technically are fetuses.  and caviar.  

on more thing.  how long before the rampage of “IT’S PEOPLE!!!!  MY QUAKER JACKS ARE MADE OF PEEEOOOOOPPPLLLEEEE”

i really wish this story wasn’t just fanatics covering their high rolling holy art thou buttoxes with “what ifs.”  what’s wrong with a little liver with fava beans and a nice chianti?  

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