Not a week goes by when some American community isn’t outraged over the massive federal intervention into what American schoolchildren must now eat in public school cafeterias.
Check this one out:
This week’s fury has occurred in Chickasha, Okla., a small town about 40 miles from Oklahoma City.
Specifically, the issue is a meal — such as the food served fits that dictionary definition — served by the school district, reports local Fox affiliate KOKH-TV.
The meal, called a “Munchable,” consists of some sad lunch meat, a slice of cheese, two hunks of cauliflower and two packages of those crackers that restaurants throw in your takeout bag for free.