- This radio DJ is a jerk. Your town is the unhealthiest in the country, something needs to change. Take the help! I like Jamie's attitude.
- Did that kid have chocolate milk in his cereal? Oh wow, that girl has strawberry milk in hers. Pizza for breakfast - happens right here in my town as well. I give my children breakfast at home!!
- Homemade bread! Yay! That could easily be made whole grain.
- These "lunch ladies" hate him! I get it, but I honestly don't see how they can serve that food.
- It does piss me off Jamie Oliver, it does!!!!
- Why do kids get the option to even pick flavored milk? GROSS!
- Don't throw away that homemade roll! Grayson would clear the whole table of them. :)
- At least they don't use Styrofoam plates like our school system.
- Is anyone encouraging these kids to eat their lunch?
- How can that list of ingredients not bother the lunch ladies? I know they don't plan the menu, and they are probably just being defensive.
- YES! A smart pastor! So many people don't see this as a biblical issue, but it completely is. Our bodies are our temples and we aren't to abuse them. Right on!!!
- I admire this woman who has allowed Jamie in her home. That must have been hard to expose her bad food habits to the world.
- Holy deep fryer!
- Holy frozen pizzas!
- I think my arteries clogged just looking at that huge pile of fatty food!
- The 12 year old son is going to change that family!
- I want to cook in Jamie Kitchen!!
- Ugh, I hate that the government decides what kids eat in school. And that they do such a terrible job at it.
- Why do they look so confused about simple chicken?
- Alice is something...
- Why is two breads so important? Pizza counts as two? WHAT?
- Poor kids, picking that nasty looking pizza over the chicken. Their poor little taste buds are so screwed up. Don't make it a competition between crap and healthy.
- I can understand why these folks are defensive. I hope that issue gets better with future episodes.
Monday, March 22, 2010
I'm at home for lunch and watching the show, commenting as I watch so I don't forget anything.
Posted by Kelly B. at 12:54 PM