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"No one teacher has influenced me completely. It has been a mixture of many teachers who have shaped me to be what I am today."

A recipe from Adam Rubinfield '98



1. Preheat oven to 98 degrees.

2. Place in a bowl the following:


1 cup Mr. Peterson. This will allow for a free flowing mixture, with lots of witty anecdotes that allows the recipe to be more life-like.

2 cups Mr. Allen. This will allow the mixture to be more organic, with a greater outlook for the environment. This common like will allow the mixture as whole to express its general concern for nature.

1 cup Ms. Krouse. This ingredient will make the mixture much tougher, with a will to survive and a much better understanding of the role women play in America.

1 cup Ms. Murray. This ingredient will have a new and interesting way of adding flavor to the recipe, as well as giving the recipe a taste of new cultures.

1/2 cup of Mr. Mattern. Although there is not a lot of this ingredient in the recipe, it will add a touch of friendliness to the overall mixture. It will also give the recipe a greater interest in politics, classical rock as well as a feeling of belonging.

1 cup Mr. Millar. This will give the recipe a greater analytical thought process, but still allow it to have a lot of free-flowing thought. This ingredient will also give the recipe a lot of insight about it's future.

2 1/2 cups Mrs. Pizzino. This ingredient will be the strongest of the whole recipe. It will add the flavor and the love of science that is uniform and strong throughout the whole mixture. It will also add a lot of friendship to the mixture, as well as a guiding hand.

2 cups Mrs. Wexler. This ingredient, although not usually an ingredient in this recipe, will be used because of it's incredible geniality will be helpful in dealing with the stress that occurs during the final year of the mixtures baking. It will give a place for the recipe to cool after baking, and give the whole batch a chance to have a great final year.
 

Allow the mixture to cool after baking for 20 minutes. After it is done, you will have a fully grown student, ready to be shipped off to college.

"No one teacher has influenced me completely. It has been a mixture of many teachers who have shaped me to be what I am today."


 

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