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Local students enjoy a recent school meal, and now community members can get in on the tasty times. (Photo property Coupeville School District)

It’s the taste sensation sweeping the nation, and your stomach can get in on the good times.

The Coupeville School District’s Connected Food Program and Chef Andreas Wurzrainer are holding a community dinner this Thursday, Dec. 12.

The event, which runs from 5:30-6:30 PM, will take place in the commons area at Coupeville High School.

Suggested donation for the meal is $5 per person and $20 per family, which goes towards supporting the new, made-from-scratch, locally-sourced, superior-tasting food program being run at Coupeville’s schools.

And what do you get for your fiver?

According to Wurzrainer, “the menu is the same type of food we offer our students each day, with a bit of a holiday theme.”

In other words:

*Oven roasted pork loin with mushroom gravy
*Glazed carrots (sourced from Deep Harvest Farm and Foxtail Farm)
*Mashed potatoes (sourced from Bell’s Farm)
*Cabbage slaw
*Cornbread muffin with cranberry apple jam

The dinner is timed so you can go right from it to the CMS (6:30) and CHS (7:30) winter concerts, which are held a few steps away in the school’s Performing Arts Center.

If you’re planning on attending the dinner, they’re asking you to RSVP, so Wurzrainer and Co. will have an idea of how many meals they’ll likely be serving.

To do so, pop over to:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1J5O0C6uSZ9YJPkPh6r9KGUpqAn3bt79_ivCPVrUtDxg/viewform?edit_requested=true&fbclid=IwAR0lNhZznhcotcsSzxJHBTEqR8sB5IBv1WKPhMEvP0cNTV1i-8tuCcRqzL0

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