Mystery meat is unheard of at the Calhoun School. A pig, killed in Vermont and wrapped in plastic, arrived on Thursday at the school, where students will cut it up in biology class, make head cheese, prosciutto and bacon, among other delicacies, in cooking class, and then eat them. Lunch on Thursday included whole-wheat penne with pesto, two kinds of squash and a sandwich of tangy chicken salad on ciabatta bread. Students quickly devoured three kinds of apples. “I haven’t gone out to eat ...
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