What do brand new kitchen appliances, celebrity chef Chuck Hughes and a monster truck have in common? It’s a problem typical of many school cafeterias across the country: processed and pre-packaged foods that are simply reheated and served to students and staff. The students at École Camille J. Lerouge School in Red Deer, Alberta, were faced with uninspired choices for their daily lunches, including pizza bagels, ‘taco in a bag’ (ground beef, cheese, salsa and lettuce in a bag of nacho chips!) and French fries on Fridays. They realized that a drastic change needed to be made and took matters into their own hands.