Teaching your mother how to suck McEggs

The BBC informs us that among the many services immigrants are offered when they come to the US, is a

state-funded programme to improve the nutrition of refugees who are being re-settled in the land of plenty.

“First we are most concerned about whether they will understand how to eat American food,” says Shana Willis, with the non-profit refugee resettlement agency Heartland, one of the project co-ordinators.

“They did not only not understand how to eat American food, but they went immediately to the junk food and it was then that we realised, this is going to have a much more important impact than we anticipated.”

Indeed.