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#1 Feb 14 2014 at 10:22 PM Rating: Good
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Every so often someone brings up the topic of those sheet pizzas or I just for some reason think about them.

Then I want to buy a case...
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Those vegetables were pretty good.
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The dried out fried chicken was so good. So were the mashed potatoes and buttered rolls. At one school I was at in California back in the late 80's, they served french fries that tasted exactly like McDonald's. That was all everyone ate. They would spend all their lunch money on mountains of fries. At one point the school was going to stop offering them because of health concerns, but I moved out of state before anything was changed. Ugh, I loved those fries.

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Every so often someone brings up the topic of those sheet pizzas or I just for some reason think about them.

Nah, if I want floppy soggy **** pizza, I'll move to New York.

I don't miss the mass produced "TV Dinner" style meals from elementary or middle school. The high school cafeteria sometimes had something decent.
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He seems awfully defensive of that loaf of bread covered in spaghetti sauce of his.
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Hey, I'm just saying what I don't like. I also don't crave greasy Salisbury steak, plasticine chicken Parmesan patties or microwaved cobbler with stray peas floating in it. But maybe they serve that in New York as well. It'd fit the culinary theme after all.

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#8 Feb 15 2014 at 6:05 PM Rating: Good
We use to have this yellow cheese sauce they let us eat with everything. Wish I had a tub of it for food dippen.

And a butter/garlic/noodle/spice dish. I've come close to making it, but it was the best at school.

Also my school had the best peanut butter and grape jelly. Like I would but it in the 5lb tubs in comes in if I could find it good.

Yea, my school had cheap food but it really wasn't that bad, and for the most part was decent and I wish I could go out and eat lunch for $3.

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When I was in elementary school, one day every week they would serve a "Breaded Pork Cutlet" with chocolate pudding for dessert. All of us students would dip the slab of breaded meat in the pudding.
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We had the worst school cafeteria in the entire state of Washington growing up at Orchards Elementary school. I know this to be a fact because the school lunch gods later smote them for their insolence in calling what they served "food" by causing the entire food prep area roof to collapse, dumping years worth of stale rainwater and asbestos straight down. Unfortunatly no one was there that day, for such a death would have been a mercy. They had large industrial costco sized herb and spice dispensers, filled with the actual product, still shrink wrapped and unusued after years that I was there. I don't think they ever once even accidentally tried salting anything. and of course us kids at the time couldn't be trusted with salt shakers to make things palatable.

So, no. Miss them? Never. Wake up screaming with nightmares about them? occasionally.

hamburgers should never have the consistancy of shoe leather. Neither should pizza. Or salad.
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When I was in high school, they changed lunch vendors my senior year. The food went from "decent enough school food" to "terrible" and jumped 50-75% in price. After numerous complaints, the students organized a boycott and just either brought lunches or ate from the vending machines. By the end of the week, with very few student sales, the company doing the lunch service admitted that they had far underbid the contract and straight up couldn't afford to supply decent food at a reasonable cost. They got cut from the contract and someone new brought in who restored the status quo -- if not a little better.

I have fond memories of it as one of the few times in my experience a bunch of kids thought they'd change the system at school and it actually got somewhere.
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He seems awfully defensive of that loaf of bread covered in spaghetti sauce of his.

They all are out there in Chicagoland. You don't eat pizza with a knife and fork for cryin' out loud. This is how you eat pizza:

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Pizza should always be eaten with a fork because there should be enough toppings on it that you can't pick it up without it flopping.

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This is how you eat pizza

If you're seven years old and it's Pizza Day in the gymnasium/cafeteria, sure.
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I'm starting to wonder if Jophiel's idea of NY pizza is pizza from up north in Albany or something silly like that, he so misinformed that Bill Nye is going to have to have a debate with him soon. Soggy and/or floppy? That sounds pitiful, and you should feel ashamed for even thinking the pizza over here deserves those adjectives.

That being said, the only school food I can think of that I'd miss is stuff that they removed after the whole heathy food **** thing went into place. We had some freshly baked chocolate chip cookies that were so soft and yummy that sometimes you couldn't even separate them, and sometimes you could probably eat them with a spoon if you wanted.
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Soggy and/or floppy? That sounds pitiful, and you should feel ashamed for even thinking the pizza over here deserves those adjectives.

We just had a video posted of some cheap floppy **** NY pizza being folded. There's no denying it. If that's what you're into, great. I got out of that by middle school but I understand that some of you need to cling to such things rather than advancing through life.
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There is a local grocerystore that actually sells school pizzas in the frozen food section. They are simply labeled "School Pizza" . I have never bought them though.
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I understand that some of you need to cling to such things rather than advancing through life.
That might be something if you weren't the one to always brings it up, bubala.
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We didn't get any lunches in school, so no I never miss the sandwiches that have been in a plastic box for half a day.
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That might be something if you weren't the one to always brings it up, bubala.

'Cause it's always fun to get a rise out of a half dozen of you Smiley: laugh
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That might be something if you weren't the one to always brings it up, bubala.
'Cause it's always fun to get a rise out of a half dozen of you Smiley: laugh
Couldn't have gone a little longer with the ruse for those of us that play along for the postcounts? Smiley: mad
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Heh, I just noticed that you broke 40,000 posts.
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You've got a great awareness of numbers, Archimedes.
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The only thing my school lunch offered that was any good was "turkey tetrazini" which was spaghetti, chunk turkey dark meat, and vegetables in this amazing lemon butter garlic sauce. I usually got lunch that day. Every other day, a PB&J and a juice box with an apple sufficed. In 9th grade, I didn't even have the PB&J... it was a pack of crackers instead.

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Soggy and/or floppy? That sounds pitiful, and you should feel ashamed for even thinking the pizza over here deserves those adjectives.

We just had a video posted of some cheap floppy **** NY pizza being folded. There's no denying it. If that's what you're into, great. I got out of that by middle school but I understand that some of you need to cling to such things rather than advancing through life.


What makes you think it's cheap floppy **** because it was folded? You can fold cardboard, and that ability alone doesn't make it floppy or soggy.
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And you were worried, Lolgaxe.
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And you were worried, Lolgaxe.

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Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia issued a harsh ruling Friday sure to raise the ire of Chicagoans, when he declared Chicago-style deep dish pizza to not be pizza at all.

Deep dish pizza “shouldn’t be called pizza,” the native New Yorker said in remarks to the Union League Club of Chicago, the Chicago Sun-Times reports. “It’s very tasty, but it’s not pizza.”

I'm not saying that everyone who eats New York style pizza is a hyper-neo-conservative who hates gays and is against voting rights for minorities, I'm just saying that 100% of the NY pizza eaters cited in this article are hyper-neo-conservatives who hate gays and is against voting rights for minorities. In a city the size of New York, I'm sure there's one or two exceptions. Maybe a couple New York pizza eaters who are only moderately neo-conservative and hate gays but don't want to strip ALL voting rights from minorities or something.
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I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.
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I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.


That's because you understand the appropriate way to eat pizza.
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Sir Xsarus wrote:
I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.


Don't you mean a taco? Unless you're folding it on the X axis instead of the Y.
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I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.


Don't you mean a taco? Unless you're folding it on the X axis instead of the Y.
If you're going to fold it, might as well roll it up and smoke it.
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I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.


Don't you mean a taco? Unless you're folding it on the X axis instead of the Y.
If you're going to fold it, might as well roll it up and smoke it.


Unfortunately the sauce keeps putting out the light.
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You should be folding it on the Z-Axis anyway.
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You should be folding it on the Z-Axis anyway.


So fold it that both ends of the pizza are pointing straight up?
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Fold it into a swan.

We didn't have pizza in school we had pizza burgers. They weren't burgers either though. They were just some kind of pizza flavored mush spread onto a piece of bread, stuck under the broiler and served up every Friday. They were easily the favorite lunch.

I packed a lunch when I was younger student and just avoided the cafeteria in high school.
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We didn't have pizza in school we had pizza burgers. They weren't burgers either though. They were just some kind of pizza flavored mush spread onto a piece of bread, stuck under the broiler and served up every Friday. They were easily the favorite lunch.


For us they just used the standard hamburger patty and put a little sauce and cheese on it.
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Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
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I like to fold my pizza in half and eat it like a sandwich.


Don't you mean a taco? Unless you're folding it on the X axis instead of the Y.
If you're going to fold it, might as well roll it up and smoke it.


Unfortunately the sauce keeps putting out the light.

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Gives a whole new meaning to the phrase 'pizza joint'.
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What makes you think it's cheap floppy **** because it was folded? You can fold cardboard, and that ability alone doesn't make it floppy or soggy.


Way to sell the NY style pizza there.

The only thing I distinctly recall about the school lunches was that they sometimes had tater tots, which were glorious. That and bologna isn't supposed to be green. No. I'm not making that up. At one school I attended, they actually served bologna sandwiches sometimes. They were pretty gross. Scratch that. They were extremely gross.
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Wait, this thread is about school lunches? Dagnabbit Google approved! Jophiel, did you derail this thread?!?!!?

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All food threads lead to pizza.


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Kind of like Godwin's Law, except Elinda's Law?

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The long-term growth potential had transitioned onto a negative trajectory until upward momentum was facilitated by a proactive individual prolonging the value-additive phase by a moderate amount.

By negative trajectory do you mean it was increasing at a decreasing rate or decreasing at an increasing rate?

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