“It smells like an ice cream sandwich in there!”

On Tuesday and Thursday of this week, Pre-K friends visited Revolution Foods for a fieldwork experience.  It was great to see where our school lunches were made and to meet some of the chefs that prep for our school.  Children that are in the Thursday art groups were the photographers on the trip and put their new skills to the test!  Friends enjoyed asking chefs and drivers if they wanted their photograph taken, as well as photographing machinery, food production and herbs.  It was hard to select photos from the 400 (wow!) that were taken, so here is a taste of our days at Revolution Foods.

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Alexia: I smell lunch.

Michael: Wow… I took a picture of the herbs!

Jasper: This food doesn’t just go to Cap City… my dad said it also goes to E.L.Haynes.

Jude: There’s so many machines.  I mean pipes.

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Ezekiel: It’s cutting all the plastic.  It makes them smaller.

Wallace: I see pineapple.  I’ve had it before.

Jasmine: I’ve had those before… they are President cookies.

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Ty: I’m freezing.  That freezer is freezing.

Amaya: Excuse me… gentleman… what is that?  An oven?

Owen: That oven’s blowing hot air.

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Jasmine: I counted 19 ovens.

Phoenix: Smells like an ice cream sandwich in there.

Jasper: The kitchen was my favorite.  It had lots of cool machines!

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Jasmine: I asked why they put stickers on the food.  The chef said because then you know what your food is.

Ty:  Herbs have special taste powers.

Vandell: Can you open the door again?  I want to take a picture in the oven.  I wont get close.

Now… no photography experience would be complete with out some selfies!  Here are some great ones from our fieldwork.

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