True Food Kitchen dishes now available at Univ. of Ariz. Medical Center
Dishes include curried cauliflower soup, Tuscan kale salad, wild salmon with miso and more.
TUCSON, Ariz.—Dr. Andrew Weil has yet to open one of his True Food Kitchen restaurants in Tucson, but his dishes will now be available at a venue previously unknown for culinary prowess — the hospital.
Weil, a Tucson author and nationally recognized founder of the University of Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, is lending both his name and recipes to the UA Medical Center’s inpatient menu.
Patients staying overnight at the academic medical center, which has two local campuses, will now be able to select healthy gourmet items developed by Weil, such as curried cauliflower soup, Tuscan kale salad and wild salmon with miso, lime and ginger glaze.