Eric Goldstein, chief executive of The Office of School Support Services for the New York City Department of Education, loves good bread, fears falling and would have dinner with President Obama.
Knowing that I am feeding kids well and helping them along in their education. I feel really good about that.
A lot of politics.
I am proud that we have been able to feed more kids, feed them well and do so in a financially responsible manner. Not bad for government!
Lobster tails. We’re in the school food business for public schools. We don’t do lobster tails. I told them they had the wrong address.
I wish I could sing well.
Skinnier. Most certainly.
Falling. Or more specifically, landing after falling.
I love really good bread.
Kangaroo on a trip to Australia.
Everything in life is easy—until you have to do it yourself.
Trust and intelligence.
I would like to visit Eastern Europe in the late 1920s and early 1930s.
Something that involves both learning and relaxation. I think going to Hawaii and doing a course in marine biology would do the trick!
First off, I would certainly choose someone living. Having dinner with a dead person would freak me out. That said, I would go with President Obama. I just couldn’t imagine anything cooler than having dinner with the president of the United States.
Taking my family to Jerusalem.
Julia Child. She was an amazing groundbreaker.