Kitchen here we come! We have raised £85,429.63 so far but I am unsure if I should add the Gift Aid at the bottom of the JustGiving page. That means a whole kitchen in Lirangwe Primary School in Blantyre, Malawi (8 seconds I'm getting good at Malawi!) and enough left over to feed another 5800 dinners to other children! Mary's Meals asked me what I would like to call the kitchen and I said 'Friends of NeverSeconds' because if it was just me I would never have managed to raise enough but now we have!
I always choose the lamb meatballs when they are on the menu. Everyone gets the same number of balls because it's fair. Today we had 5. The gravy is hard to eat with a knife and fork but it is nice with the meatballs and the mash potato. There is one piece of cucumber missing because I ate it before the photograph! The dessert is called Golden Crunchie and I think it has syrup and cornflakes in it. It's one of the sticky puddings so I use a spoon so I don't have to waste any lunch break washing my hands.
Mouthfuls- forty something
Health Rating- 8/10 because I don't know what's in the meatballs
Pieces of hair- 0
Ease of eating with wrist in stookie- 10/10
Alexandra is 18 and goes to school at SHAPE High School in Belgium (21 seconds, it's shortened to Belg on my globe). She says 'This is a NATO base and we have many international students here! We all go to school together. They are really pushing the healthy aspect, so we do not get as much as we used to do (portion-wise). We had 3 choices today. I chose the chicken patty.'
Mouthfuls: 42 (I didn't really eat it all)
Heath Rating: 8/10
Price: 2 Euros
Pieces of Hair: 0
I think a patty is a burger, the tube by the banana is a yoghurt and I do not know what is in the Ranch packet!
Now the best part and this thank you is even bigger than mine!
Mary’s Meals kids send big ‘thank you’ to Martha and friends