Synod Delegates Eating a Lot . . . of Vegetables

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It takes a lot of food to keep Christian Reformed Church synod delegates happy. Three hundred pounds of pork at Saturday’s picnic. Ten gallons of scrambled eggs every morning. Two-hundred-forty desserts per coffee break—all gone, every time.

In fact, delegates to the annual leadership meeting eat about twice as much per person as Dordt College students do, according to the college’s executive chef, Nick Lawrence.

The good news is that synod delegates also consume twice as many vegetables per capita when compared to the college’s students. “You guys are eating more vegetables than I expected,” said Lawrence. “I had to put in an extra order.”

 

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About the Author

Roxanne VanFarowe is a freelance writer who lives in the woods with her artist husband James and their five children in Hillsborough, North Carolina. They are members of Blacknall Presbyterian Church in Durham.

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