The Telegraph story also casts a light on another topic, school meals, rarely a subject for nostalgia back in the UK. I can still remember those days of liver and bacon, served tepid and gray with a collapsing boiled potato or two for variety and excitement.
Read then these words from a spokesman for local government in Wakefield quoted in the Telegraph:
“Each term we try to come up with a menu which encourages children to think about different issues. This Easter term we chose information technology and did not even consider putting hot cross buns on the menu.”
A menu designed to influence children to think about information technology?
Chips with everything, I suppose.