Dennis K. Littley, executive chef, Mount St. Joseph Academy, Flourtown, PA, plans menus for high school girls who can be picky about what they eat, shying away even from basic ingredients such as onions and beans. As you could imagine, something like Chinese black rice in a rice bowl (delicious as it may be) might be a tough sell. “it all goes back to that old adage that you eat with your eyes first,” Littley says. “i could serve the most delicious dish in the whole ...

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