It's just the pits

This is not part of the core curriculum wherein we teach little kids to eat down to the core of apples by giving them the incentive to feed the core to classroom pet rabbit, Norton.  This is the pit curriculum which is tougher and has no rabbit tie-in reward.

Our pit instruction is mostly by demonstration.  Describing the process for eating bing cherries on the preschool level is verbally unworkable.  Students want to eat the cherries as if they were miniature plums, a very messy plan of attack!  Should you be personally bing challenged, click here for instructions.

Perhaps you are wondering why parents send cherries in kiddies' lunch boxes if the said kiddies don't have a clue how to consume the fruit.  You would not be alone, but it might be best to applaud parents sending fresh fruit at all.

Should you wish to ponder creation of a flow chart, you might surely find 2Amys Neapolitan Pizzeria near the National Cathedral in D.C. conducive to clear and illuminating thinking.  Try the San Remo olive starter to practice your pit technique.  After your meal share an order of the citrus honey sorbet with your friends.  After that a nap might be the best use of your time.

© 2012 Nancy L. Ruder

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