The Camera News team (Camera Club and Newsletter combined) went out to take pictures to find out about what we are eating and how fresh the groceries are before they are cooked in the foods we eat. The pictures that have been placed under the tables have been taken by the students in the Camera News team in an attempt to show what was used to make the food we eat in the cafeteria.

Miss Kim is the teacher who is taking care of the cafeteria. Her real job at school is to help the new students who need help moving into the school. The Camera News team asked Miss Kim some questions about the cafeteria’s change. The students tried to eat the Chinese food at the previous cafeteria, but it was hard to eat and students failed their classes. So, the parents came and decided to make our own school cafeteria. It was made and designed by Miss Kim. So the cafeteria was made and the cooks learned new recipes.

Now in the cafeteria, Miss Kim chooses the menu of our daily food. She goes to buy the groceries outside and also think about what foods the students like or dislike. Miss Kim goes to the market to buy the groceries every day. Some of the groceries come directly from farms. They use the groceries from markets and the farms to make our breakfast, lunch and dinner. The food that the students eat in the cafeteria is called fusion food. Fusion food is a Korean-Foreign food which it is made for most of the foreigners who are not used to Korean food. She normally spends 3 to 4 hours when she makes the food for lunch.

            Miss Kim wants to tell all the students something about the cafeteria. Students should clean up eating and not throw food onto the ground. There are many students who can’t eat the fruits and the food because some of the students are wasting the foods by taking too much food and throwing most of it away. Also, the plates, chopsticks and spoons should not be thrown in the trash can. So please do not throw those things in the trash can.

 



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