What's for Lunch?
ADELE FINE | Director, Early Childhood, Marleen Forkas Camp | 561-852-3233 | email@example.com
No need to pack a lunch! All children attending the 2:30 and 4:00 pm programs enjoy a delicious selection of hot, well balanced kosher meals and a full salad bar (as well as snacks) daily. Even the pickiest eaters find something to tempt their appetites – and most enjoy tasting new and exciting menu items.
Lunch is an important part of the day. It gives us energy for afternoon activities, a chance to see friends from other groups and socialize with our bunkmates. Our mess hall is kosher and our meals reflect that.
Whether it’s a dairy day or a meat day, there are always additional items alongside the main course. A full salad bar is front and center with lots of choices to add to the basics. Our chef is creative and always provides new and exciting options to our meals. Homemade is the key…from mac and cheese to stir-fry to baked chicken fingers and so much more. A BBQ for Fourth of July, falafel and hummus for Israeli day, lunch often reflects what’s happening in camp. Fruit and vegetables round out the meal. Everything is always fresh… no canned fruit for us!
We are a peanut aware campus. That means we do not serve anything that contains nuts or that was processed on equipment that had nuts on it. Soy butter, with or without jelly, replace the traditional peanut butter sandwiches.
Snack is available either mid-morning or late afternoon depending upon the lunch schedule. Choices vary from fresh fruit, chips/pretzels, cookies or ice pops.