What My Classmates Did In School Today

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During their Ambulatory Nutrition rotation, interns in my program prepare and promote a healthy lunch special that’s sold in the cafeteria for a day. This rotation, the recipe was for a colorful black bean and butternut squash chili served with polenta wedges. 

Because of the AC in the hospital, a lot of us wind up wanting something warm for lunch. This totally hit the spot today. Since I still had a little money left over on my meal credit, I also got a side of spinach to add yet another color to the mix. Normally I add salad on but I wanted all hot stuff today, 88 degrees or not.

It’s been interesting to see what other interns have done, and I’m curious what my partner and I will end up doing. Since it will probably be cold during our Ambulatory rotation, we’ll probably end up doing something warm and comforting.

Okay, side note: why is July going so fast? At the rate things are moving, it will be snowing before we know it. Yikes.

One thought on “What My Classmates Did In School Today

    Mad Scientist Activity | Keeping It Real Food said:
    July 20, 2012 at 2:56 pm

    […] I should never serve to company.” Case in point: this week, I’ve been enjoying polenta (my fellow interns’ project inspired a craving) with veggies (zucchini, mushroom, dinosaur kale and broccoli with lots of […]

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