I’m on my Knees..Begging for more Public School 213!

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Did you know….

That there is a highly-sophisticated, multi-billion-dollar campaign underway designed to teach your children about food? There is. In fact, experts agree that this campaign is wildly successful. Unfortunately, the massive instructional campaign to which I refer is the $2 billion effort by the food industry to teach children and teens to want candy, sugar drinks, sugary cereals, and other highly-processed junk foods. Mostly, these lessons are delivered through your television set. Increasingly though, these messages reach kids through mobile devices, so-called “advergames” on the web, and shockingly, even junk-food marketing within the four walls of their classrooms.

When one-third of American kids are overweight or obese, and are on track to have shorter lives than their parents, it’s clear that food education is too important to leave to Big Food. That’s why Jamie Oliver’s Food Foundation and the organizers behind Food Day (Oct. 24) are collaborating on a new national initiative to put food education in every school.(huffingtonpost.com)

Today’s Restaurant

Public School 213 – Los Angeles, Ca

Average Cost

$11-$30

Rating (1-10)

10

Recommended Dishes: 

Bacon Cheddar Tots, Fiery Calamari, Speck & Eggs, Fried Jidori CHICKEN & WAFFLES!!

Man oh man! Time to talk about some drinks and snacks..

Makes me feel like that dog on the Kibble and Bits commercial..

Drinks n snacks..

n Drinks n snacks..

n Drinks n snacks..

Woohoooo, I got some drinks and snacks!!

and not just any snacks..

Snacks from a gastropub with a soul food twist in the heart of downtown Los Angeles called Public School 213.

Let’s talk about it…

So I am attending our Global Sales Meeting with 600 of my colleagues and my team is looking for someplace to have an enjoyable night for drinks, great food and a lively atmosphere.

One of our colleagues from the area suggested Public School 213, a walkable distance from the Westin Hotel where we were staying for the week.

We walk in and it has a normal pub setting with tons of festive, business oriented people waiting to quench there thirst and ridiculous tasty food waiting to be engulfed in my belly.

Outside of tons of laughs, my team of 15 begin our appetizers and orders..

Let me first say, that nothing that touched my mouth was dull or bland.

Everything was delicious! Cheers to the chef!

The Bacon Cheddar Tots were just ridiculous!!

Ground bacon bits in a cheddar crust with juicy potato hash in the middle..

I could go there just for this!

Crunchy and flavorful and down right Temptastious!

Calamari was fresh and tasty with a perfect seared crunch on them!

The Speck & Eggs were deviled eggs with crispy flavorful prosciutto on top that just made you crave more and more.

I feel like I am at the Super Bowl!!!

So memorable, soooo fulfilling in nature..

Now the main dish..

Fried Jidori Chicken & Waffles..

This meal is described as fried Jidori chicken(Kobe beef of poultry) and waffles with bacon red eye gravy, maple syrup and fried egg.

I softly cut through the tender but crunchy layer of chicken and then through the waffle and take a bite.

Kaaaaaaploooooooow!!!

Instant gratification!

I made sure to chew that first bite really slow to make sure I enjoyed every bite.

The sweetness and flavor of the chicken was sensational. Chicken tasted so fresh and waffles was perfectly created.

Every bite was filled with ecstasy and heavenly delight!

Nothing but true live action eating! Great job Public School!

Thanks for joining me on today’s adventure! I look forward to seeing you on the next run!

Eating is an enjoyable way of life.Live it..Learn it..Love it!

Trevis Dampier Sr.

References

Michael F. Jacobson (Sep 07, 2013)
Ending Food Ignorance: Education Is Too Important to Leave to Big Food Retrieved from http://www.huffingtonpost.com/michael-f-jacobson/food-education_b_3552273.html

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