Six second graders from P.S. 295 in Brooklyn got treated to the field trip of a lifetime last month – one that any parent would jump on the chance to chaperone. The New York Times Magazine gave the kids the opportunity to feast on a seven-course tasting menu at Daniel for their fall Food issue. The tasting menu at the acclaimed restaurant normally goes for $220 a pop, and includes everything from caviar to lobster to wagyu beef. The head chef said he was hoping the kids would discover a lot of flavor, layers and textures. The kids were not entirely impressed; one girl yelled, “This tastes like soap! Why am I eating soap right now?” And when the chef asked about the pasta, the kids answered with a unified “Eh…” to which he replied “Next time we’ll do macaroni and cheese” – which was met with a resounding round of cheers from the second graders.