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Hillsborough school menus, Dec. 15-19

Elementary breakfast

Monday: Ham and cheese breakfast pizza, sausage biscuit.

Tuesday: Breakfast stick, egg and cheese breakfast burrito, giant goldfish with peanut butter cup.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, cinnamon roll, biscuits.

Thursday: Belgian waffle sticks, oatmeal, fruit and yogurt parfait.

Friday: Manager's choice meal.

Elementary lunch

Monday: Hot dog, roasted chicken, yogurt munch and dip, broccoli, oranges, pinto beans and rice, roll.

Tuesday: Popcorn chicken, beef nachos, cheese chef salad, au gratin potatoes, green beans, gelatin cubes, dolphin cheese crackers.

Wednesday: Spaghetti with meatballs, barbecue riblet sandwich, cheese stick munch and dip, fruit cup, corn, frozen fruit pop, Parmesan roll.

Thursday: Trout fish treasures, cold cut combo sandwich, tater tots, broccoli, peach slices, corn bread.

Friday: Manager's choice meal.

Secondary breakfast

Monday: Cuban cheese toast, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll. Items available all week are: peanut butter and jelly bar, cinnamon raisin bagel, assorted cereal, yogurt with granola.

Tuesday: Mini buttermilk pancakes, egg and cheese biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Wednesday: Southern-style breakfast, breakfast burrito bar, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Thursday: Breakfast stick with syrup, chicken biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Friday: Belgian waffle sticks, sausage biscuit with potato triangle, cinnamon roll.

Secondary lunch

Monday: Chicken and yellow rice casserole, chicken supreme, grilled chicken sandwich, pizza sticks, black beans, Cuban garlic bread.

Tuesday: Macaroni and cheese, cheeseburger, Philly cheese sandwich stuffer, fruit crisp, green beans.

Wednesday: Roasted chicken, chicken supreme, grilled chicken sandwich, harvest pizza, potatoes au gratin, fruit cup, roll.

Thursday: Asian chicken rice bowl, barbecue Cuban pork sandwich, buffalo chicken strips, green peas, California blend vegetables.

Friday: Manager's choice meal.

Hillsborough school menus, Dec. 15-19 12/11/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 4, 2010 11:47am]
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