Philly Magazine: “Can Marc Vetri Save School Lunch?”By Hashtag on Feb 25 2012 Posted in: Vetri Foundation, Eatiquette , 0 comments
The latest issue of Philadelphia Magazine features an article on Vetri Foundation and the Eatiquette program.
"...Eating at the Kitchen Table feels like eating at home, if eating at home were perfect. Before the meal, either Vetri or Michaud will pop by to discuss the feast they’ve readied. It’s one thing to dig into superbly roasted quail, rabbit or venison; it’s quite another to first have the chef explain why he seasoned it with treviso, or sage, or cranberry. As for etiquette, you dine family-style at the Kitchen Table, passing plates and bowls with happy abandon. You love what’s on your fork? Have more! Not to your liking? Don’t fret—a different platter is making the rounds. The atmosphere is both comforting and adventurous, and conversation flows as everyone relaxes into an experience that feels like an idealized version of the family dinner.
Sounds wonderful, right? But what does this have to do with kids’ lunches?"