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October 14, 2009 / americanlunchroom

Hamburger with Mayonnaise and Ketchup, 1% Milk and a Pear

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Lunch #20

Hamburger with Mayonnaise and Ketchup, 1% Milk and a Pear

Brooklyn, NY

Public High School

Submitted by Jessica

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  1. Farmer Joe / Oct 26 2009 8:31 am

    I would think that the condiments were added by the student

  2. Shelly Fox / Nov 4 2009 11:34 am

    Many schools use a serving method termed “offer vs. serve”. Offer vs. serve allows students to decline one or two items to reduce plate waste. This student could have declined a side item.

  3. Liz / Nov 10 2009 6:41 pm

    It looks like it’s served on polystyrene which is not only polluting but toxic to produce (and may leach into greasy foods)

  4. John / Nov 20 2010 6:50 pm

    Exactly what we have on Mondays in Florida.

  5. SOX software / Dec 24 2010 5:26 pm

    Spread ketchup and mayonnaise on the rolls, place the lettuce leaves on top and then the hamburger topped by the tomato, onion and pickle slices. .

  6. søgemaskineoptimering / Feb 23 2011 5:30 am

    But lazy, food-obsessed, diversity-fearing Americans have nothing on the Japanese, who have found any number of ways to cram familiar flavors into unlikely foods, whether it's grape, cheesecake, or watermelon KitKats, Tuna Mayonnaise Doritos, …

  7. Tadacip / Nov 11 2011 11:13 am

    The burger is topped with a garlic-y house mayo and caramelized onions, … and have been told by locals that it's one of the best burgers they've ever had. …

  8. Karen / Mar 11 2012 3:45 am

    Wow. That pear makes me want to eat fruit! Gah.

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