Thornapple Kellogg Schools Food Service is excited to announce there will be NO price increase for breakfasts or lunches to our staff and students for the 2018-19 School Year! Breakfast in all buildings remains at $1.55 for full price, $0.30 for reduced. Elementary lunch prices remain at $2.50 for full pay, $0.40 for reduced. Secondary lunch prices remain at $2.90 for full pay, $0.40 for reduced.
The Food Service Dept teamed up with the High School Spanish II classes today to celebrate Cinco de Mayo a little early, with some culturally traditional foods. We made Tostones, Pico de Gallo and Mayonesa de Cilantro. Tasty!!!
Mark your calendars! March's Michigan local food focus is cabbage! We will have purple coleslaw in all of the elementaries on 3/2 and 3/16, and sauteed purple cabbage in the secondaries on these days. This beautiful purple and green cabbage will be coming to us from Stutzman's Family Farm in Blanchard, Michigan, in Isabella County.
Did you know that cabbage contains a compound that has been shown to decrease the risk of cancer?
Michigan ranks 10th in the nation in cabbage production.
In 2014, Michigan farmers produced 83.7 million pounds of cabbage worth $13.4 million.
Don't forget to join us in the Middle School and High School on 3/16 for a St Patty's themed lunch of Corned Beef, with roasted red potatoes and carrots!
Happy Holidays from Thornapple Kellogg Food Service! We hope you have a wonderful and restful break.
The students in TK schools tried Balsamic Roasted Brussel Sprouts from Tantre Farms in Ann Arbor MI on Nov 1st! We took student surveys after our taste testing, and found that 83% of students surveyed LIKED the Brussel Sprouts and would try them again!
TK Food Service does more than just serve breakfast and lunch! Did you know that we also cater? Check out the fun we had on this half day!
Nothing says fall quite like pumpkin! Try a Pumpkin Pie Smoothie at the Middle School or High School during lunch today!
Yesterday was our first Garden Club cooking class of the year. We started our meeting out in the muddy school garden, picking tomatoes and basil for our class. The students made a Caprese Salad, and even made their own balsamic reduction!
Join us tomorrow for locally grown Michigan Beet Root Vegetable Hash! This colorful dish incorporates Mighigan grown beets, sweet potatoes, carrots, rutabega, and onion. Served in every building!
Mark your calendars! October 11th and October 19th in all of our buildings!
- Our October local feature is Michigan grown Beets - mixed with Sweet Potato, Carrots, Rutabaga and a generous seasoning mixture make this perfect fall side dish a beautiful magenta color!