Chow Time

Every year around this time radio stations across the country dust off Alan Sherman’s “Camp Granada.” “Hello Mudda. Hello Fadda. Here I am at Camp Granada,” the lyrics start and proceed through a discouraging first day at camp. Dinner is less than exemplary as Sherman sings: “Remember Leonard Skinner? He got ptomaine poisoning last night after dinner.” We wouldn’t wish that on any camper or any camp. But camp dinners, and breakfasts and lunches, can prove challenging. How do you …

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