The fifth-graders at Union Pleasant Elementary School were even more enthusiastic than usual as they poured into the cafeteria for lunch last Thursday (March 1). The students were excited to try samples of a whole-wheat chicken wrap — the newest menu item carefully created for the Hamburg School District by professional Chefs Steven Binks and Pat Koch.
The food tasting event was a collaborative effort between the district, Seeds of Living Education Inc. and the American Culinary Federation’s Chefs Move to Schools program.
Under the guidance of Binks and Koch, the school chefs learned how to assemble the meal made out of fresh white chicken, hummus, a whole-wheat wrap, cheese and Frank’s RedHot sauce. The district was thrilled to offer a new nutritious menu item. The students were excited that the healthy wraps taste like chicken wings.