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DCPS Menus CH K 12 Supper

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After
 
School
 
Supper
 
Menu
 
October
 
2010
 
MONDAY
 
TUESDAY
 
WEDNESDAY
 
THURSDAY
 
FRIDAY
 
Locally 
 
Grown
 
Foods
 
Quiz
 
– 
 
Guess
 
the
 
local 
 
 fruits
 
and 
 
veggies
 
based 
 
on
 
the
 
clues
 
below.*
 
1
 
1.
 
What
 
grows
 
on
 
a
 
tree,
 
can
 
be
 
diced,
 
sliced,
 
cooked,
 
or
 
eaten
 
raw,
 
skin
 
and
 
all,
 
and
 
is
 
a
 
good
 
source
 
of 
 
Vitamin
 
C
 
and
 
fiber?
 
Here’s
 
a
 
hint:
 
For
 
dessert,
 
you
 
may
 
have
 
 _____
 
pie
 
or
 
 _____
 
crisp.
 
2.
 
This
 
leafy
 
green
 
is
 
the
 
oldest
 
within
 
the
 
cabbage
 
family,
 
being
 
grown
 
first
 
by
 
the
 
ancient
 
Greeks.
 
An
 
excellent
 
source
 
of 
 
Vitamins
 
A,
 
C,
 
and
 
K,
 
as
 
well
 
as
 
providing
 
a
 
source
 
for
 
folate
 
and
 
calcium.
 
One
 
last
 
hint:
 
this
 
green
 
is
 
best
 
served
 
after
 
it’s
 
been
 
cooked
 
and
 
simmered
 
with
 
a
 
little
 
oil,
 
garlic,
 
and
 
onions
 
for
 
about
 
35
 
minutes.
 
3.
 
This
 
vegetable
 
comes
 
in
 
a
 
variety
 
of 
 
colors
 
and
 
flavors,
 
and
 
can
 
be
 
mashed,
 
fried,
 
baked,
 
or
 
steamed.
 
The
 
orange
 
variety
 
is
 
an
 
excellent
 
source
 
of 
 
beta
 
carotene
 
 –
 
a
 
precursor
 
to
 
Vitamin
 
A
 
which
 
may
 
help
 
the
 
body
 
fight
 
sickness
 
and
 
disease.
 
Soy
Ginger
 
Noodles
 
with
 
Sweet
 
and
 
Sour
 
Chicken
 
and
 
Vegetables
 
Locally
 
Grown
 
Pear
 
4
 
5
 
6
 
7
 
8
 
Oven
 
Roasted
 
Turkey
 
and
 
Cheddar
 
Mini
 
Sub
 
with
 
Romaine
 
and
 
Tomato
 
Locally
 
Grown
 
Apple
 
Tomato
 
&
 
Mozzarella
 
Chef 
 
Salad
 
with
 
Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing
 
Wheatsworth
 
Crackers
 
Chilled
 
Peach
 
Cup
 
Roast
 
Chicken
 
Caesar
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Wrap
 
Romaine
 
and
 
Tomato
 
Fresh
 
Orange
 
Wedges
 
Turkey
 
Ham
 
&
 
Swiss
 
Chef 
 
Salad
 
with
 
Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing
 
Wheatsworth
 
Crackers
 
Fresh
 
Banana
 
Chicken
 
Scoop
 
Salad
 
Cucumber
 
Slices
 
Carrot
 
Sticks
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Pita
 
Triangles
 
100%
 
Orange
 
Juice
 
11
 
12
 
13
 
14
 
15
 
School
 
Closed
 
Turkey
 
Chef 
 
Salad
 
w/
 
Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Roll
 
Locally
 
Grown
 
Apple
 
Roast
 
Chicken
 
Ranch
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Wrap
 
with
 
Romaine
 
&
 
Tomato
 
Chilled
 
Mixed
 
Fruit
 
Caribbean
 
Chicken
 
Pasta
 
Salad
 
on
 
a
 
Bed
 
of 
 
Fresh
 
Romaine
 
with
 
Homemade
 
Spicy
 
Dressing
 
100%
 
Apple
 
Juice
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Bagel
 
with
 
All
 
Natural
 
Sunflower
 
Butter
 
Cup
 
Part
 
Skim
 
String
 
Cheese
 
Stick
 
Carrot
 
Sticks
 
Chilled
 
Applesauce
 
Cup
 
18
 
19
 
20
 
21
 
22
 
School
 
Closed
 
Three
 
Cheese
 
Chef 
 
Salad
 
with
 
Provolone,
 
Swiss
 
&
 
Cheddar
 
&
 
Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing
 
Wheatsworth
 
Crackers
 
Fresh
 
Banana
 
Roast
 
Turkey
 
Ranch
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Wrap
 
with
 
Romaine
 
&
 
Tomato
 
Fresh
 
Orange
 
Wedges
 
Southwest
 
Corn,
 
Bean
 
&
 
Cheddar
 
Salad
 
with
 
Whole
 
Grain
 
Corn
 
Tortilla
 
Shells
 
Chilled
 
Peach
 
Cup
 
Tuna
 
Salad
 
Plate
 
w/
 
Tomato
 
Wedges
 
and
 
Cucumber
 
Slices
 
Wheatsworth
 
Crackers
 
Locally
 
Grown
 
Pear
 
25
 
26
 
27
 
28
 
29
 
Oven
 
Roasted
 
Turkey
 
and
 
Cheddar
 
Mini
 
Sub
 
with
 
Romaine
 
and
 
Tomato
 
Chilled
 
Pear
 
Cup
 
Tomato
 
&
 
Mozzarella
 
Chef 
 
Salad
 
with
 
Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing
 
Wheatsworth
 
Crackers
 
100%
 
Orange
 
Juice
 
Roast
 
Chicken
 
Caesar
 
Whole
 
Wheat
 
Wrap
 
Romaine
 
and
 
Tomato
 
Locally
 
Grown
 
Apple
 
Half 
 
Day
 
No
 
Supper
 
School
 
Closed
 
All
 
suppers
 
are
 
FREE
 
&
 
served
 
w/ a
 
meat/meat
 
alternate,
 
grain
 
or
 
bread,
 
vegetable,
 
fruit,
 
&
 
1%
 
white
 
milk.
*Quiz
 
information
 
from
 
 
Quiz
 
Answers:
 
1.
 
Apple,
 
2.
 
Collard
 
Greens,
 
3.
 
Potatoes
 
 
 
Local Produce Sources for October 1
st
– 28
th
 
Apples
Bear Mountain Orchards Aspers, PAColora Orchards Colora, MDCrown Orchards Batesville, VA
 
Butternut Squash
Arnold Farms Chestertown, MD
 Broccoli
Parker Farms Oak Grove, VA
 Cabbage, Green
Ploch Farms Vineland, NJ
 Cabbage, Red
Arnold Farms Chestertown, MD
 Cauliflower
Arnold Farms Chestertown, MD
 Collard Greens, Kale,
Richardson Farms Mt. Airy, MD
 Mustard GreensPears
Bear Mountain Orchards Aspers, PA
Sweet Potatoes
Muzzarelli Farms Vineland, NJ
Fruit and Veggie Facts: Did you know that…
Apples:
About 2,500 known varieties of apples are grown in the United States. Morethan 7,500 are grown worldwide. It may be difficult to try every kind, but you may wantto eat "one a day to keep the doctor away". One apple contains five grams of fiber,supplying 20% of the daily fiber recommendation. 
Cabbage (green):
Egyptians used to worship cabbage heads as gods, enthroned onelaborate altars. That seems appropriate considering how healthy they are for yourbody. Green cabbage is packed with sulforaphane, isothiocyanates and indoles, naturalchemicals that stimulate the production of cancer-fighting enzymes. Cabbage is also highin vitamin C.
Well now you know!!
 
?
?
?
?
 
Updated:
 
10/1/2010Menu:
 
Supper Chartwells
Thompson
 
School
 
Dining
 
Services
 
Grades:
 
K
12 District
 
of 
 
Columbia
 
Public
 
SchoolsKey:
 
WG
 
=
 
Whole
 
Grain,
 
WW
 
=
 
Whole
 
Wheat,
 
RF
 
=
 
Reduced
 
FatFri
10/01/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatSoy
Ginger
 
Noodles
 
w/
 
Chicken
 
&
 
Vegetables 2
 
cups 353 42 990 4.53 3.44 55.3 1938 14.8 26.5 55.5 5 1.18 0Pears,
 
fresh 1
 
EACH 96 0 2 5.15 0.28 14.9 38 7 0.6 25.7 0.2 0.01 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Mon
10/04/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatTurkey/Cheddar
 
WW
 
Mini
 
Sub 1
 
Each 317 64 754 1.38 1.45 341.1 1185 6.1 21.7 16 16.7 9.36 0Apple 1
 
each 72 0 1 3.31 0.17 8.3 75 6.3 0.4 19.1 0.2 0.03 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Tues
10/05/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatTomato/Mozzarella
 
Salad 1
 
Each 605 30 1000 7.91 3 446.5 7217 45.6 20.7 48.4 36.7 8.1 0Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing 1
 
tbsp. 8 0 157 0.07 0.02 4.5 13 0.1 0.1 1.5 0.1 0.05 0Peaches,
 
diced 1/2
 
Cup 68 0 6 1.63 0.45 3.8 444 3 0.6 18.3 0 0 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Wed
10/06/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatChicken
 
Caesar
 
Wrap 1
 
each 309 66 723 6.9 3.32 130.2 5272 21.8 28.6 34.4 7.2 1.88 0Orange
 
wedges 1
 
orange 62 0 0 3.14 0.13 52.4 295 69.7 1.2 15.4 0.2 0.03 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Thu
10/07/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatTurkey
 
Ham
 
and
 
Swiss
 
Chef 
 
Salad 1
 
Each 427 62 1099 6.42 3.26 206 4656 44.3 22.7 38.9 20 4.94 0Light
 
Italian
 
Dressing 1
 
tbsp. 8 0 157 0.07 0.02 4.5 13 0.1 0.1 1.5 0.1 0.05 0Banana,
 
Petite 1
 
each 93 0 1 2.42 0.31 6.1 82 9.2 1 23.7 0.5 0.19 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Fri
10/08/2010 Portion mg mg g mg mg IU mg g g g g gMenu
 
Item Size Cal Cholst
Sodium
Fiber Iron
Calcium
Vit
A Vit
C
Protein
Carb T
Fat S
Fat Tr
FatChicken
 
Scoop
 
Salad
 
Plate 1
 
Each 305 57 541 5.9 2.7 35.8 5409 4 23.1 37.5 8.3 1.47 0Orange
 
Juice
 
Box 4
 
oz 60 0 15 0 0.54 100 500 60 0 15 0 0 0MILK,1%
 
Lowfat 8
 
OZ 110 15 135 0 0 300 500 1.2 9 13 2.5 1.5 0Page
 
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