hot lunch

hot lunch

A meal served to people in an institutional setting, such as a school. What's on the menu for today's hot lunch?
See also: hot, lunch
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Contract award notice: "preparation and delivery of hot lunch - catering on preliminary request of sliven municipality, In connection with the implementation of procedure bg05fmop001-3.
com)-- To her last living day, which came too soon at only 31, Corbin Leafman dedicated herself to making sure that every one of her students had a hot lunch, food for dinner, food for the weekend, clothing, school supplies, and a great education.
My seven-year-old still gets a free school lunch this year and I admit knowing he gets a good hot lunch every day has made my budgeting battles much easier to bear.
Wallace and Gromit also joined the pupils for a hot lunch provided by Howard Porteous from Pasta King, who are launching a range of hot pasta meals into primary schools across the UK.
Her dedication to travelling through snow, wind and rain to ensure that there is breakfast and a hot lunch for the pupils will be missed.
AS the contestants were whittled down to a last six in Masterchef (BBC1, Wed), they headed to the set of EastEnders where they had to whip up a hot lunch for cast and crew.
The day centre provides a two-course hot lunch and entertainment for elderly housebound and disabled residents living in Northfield and the surrounding areas two days every week.
The company is the Talking Band, and the show is Hot Lunch Apostles.
The Da o Bryd scheme was launched by Communities First at Ysgol Crud Y Werin in Aberdaron and sees pensioners sharing a hot lunch and a friendly chat with youngsters once a week.
Hot lunch (chilli or hot pot)will be available for the princely sum of pounds 2.
Meals on Wheels, Jordan said, is much more than a free, hot lunch.
Students at Amiskwaciy Academy in Edmonton have access to a free hot lunch program, provided by the school.
It costs pounds 80, which includes a hot lunch and refreshments.
It is not rich in resources, and because it lacked a legal ventilation hood, the school had given up serving hot lunch until a few years ago, when principal Gary Phillips found a small catering company servicing similar Catholic schools north of the city.
One of the schools we visited had 10 different serving lines, a sub line, a taco line, a pizza line, a hot lunch line, a salad line, and a grab-and-go line for prepared sandwiches," Milne said.