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School Foodservice Operator of the Month: Jason Hull

January 2017

School Foodservice Operator of the Month: Jason Hull

Title: Director of Food Services/Chef and Co-Director of Culinary Farm

School/District: Marin Country Day School

Number of students served: 580 plus 150 faculty and staff (everyone eats lunch)

Favorite Potato Recipe or Potato Hack:
Jason Hull is one of many operators who have taken to growing potatoes at their own school. He grows potatoes in chicken wire towers with hay and soil to produce a variety of delicious potato types. Jason creates delicious school-friendly dishes that feature potatoes, too!
“We keep it fresh and simple. You can use pretty much any kind of potato. I prefer fingerlings or a mix of red and golden. Wash and cut potatoes into chunks. Toss in olive oil, garlic, rosemary and salt and pepper all to taste. Roast in a 375 degree oven. We like to use our wood fired outdoor oven until they have some color and cooked through.”

Interested in growing potatoes at your own operation? Find out how here:Growing Potatoes at Your School Handout

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