The School News Team toured the kitchen to find out more about how the food at D39C is made.
Some of you may think, is the school food imported? Is it frozen? Is it brought to school by a truck? Well here’s one thing for sure. It is made fresh by the food and nutrition cooks.
Four student reporters went down under to the kitchen to look behind the scenes. They showed us how they prepped the food and got it out into the food court.
The two of the coldest places in the kitchen are the freezer which is -10 degrees and the other would be the fridge. They use them for the hot dogs or other meats that will be ready by the next day. Two of the news group members went inside, finding out that it was so cold.
They also have ovens. Not one, not two, but seven ovens just to cook your food! The ovens are fast heating and it takes only ten minutes to cook the pizza.
And you thought that it was imported from a truck that ships it to the cafeteria! The reality is, they don't just heat up the food and serve it, they actually cook it on site. Maybe this helps change your mind on the food here at Design39. We should appreciate the cooks and what they do to make our food. Thank you to the 39 Cafeteria workers for spending your time to make our food.