They should have stopped at the curriculum.
Anyone familiar with British cuisine will immediately recognize that this particular import is not a good idea:
The food will include some British favorites, but also meals from other cultures.Marmite, anyone?
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Let's not forget jellied eels
My ex is english... I livedin Cambridge for 3 years. I miss the food less than I miss the no good lying cheating %^&*%^*&.
Now... the beer... thats another story.
Really? I've had some really good meals in Britain.
We lived in Chester and there was an excellent butcher around the corner from us.
And the local markets sell great cheese and other such goodies - not quite as interesting as the French unpasteriused cheeses, but delicious - up to Kiwi standards.
And English cooking done well is a good thing. Some of the restaurants we ate at were as good as Wellington ones. It's just that the quality from restaurant to restaurant is so variable in the UK.
Well I did like the Indian curries and the bacon sandwiches at the Cambridge United Football Club grounds.
Half a tick, mate - that's Vegemite, for you Yanks and Pommys.
I do suspect, though, that the school won't be using Whole Language or Everyday Math (which they'd have to call Everyday Maths).
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