Hey there! My name is Marie, I'm French, I've been living in the US for a few years, and I'm obsessed with food.
Last week, I saw this photo of a French school menu on an Instagram story by illustrator and food stylist Jessie Kanelos Weiner.
The whole menu is really extra, with a different French cheese everyday. Other highlights include "thinly sliced beef with tomatoes [and] baked organic potatoes", and crepes with jam and organic fruits.
The following week's menu is even fancier.
And in case you're wondering, this isn't the menu of a posh private school, but of a regular Parisian public school. And here's lunch at a public high school:
Wanting to get some context, I asked my co-workers what school lunches in the states were like:
I also asked Jessie, the original poster, to talk about the difference between France vs. American school lunches.
Sorry, America, But This Is What School Lunches In France Look Like
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Do you think that French school lunches are better than American ones?