University of Connecticut adds Passover meals at Nosh Kitchen

Students who register online from April 14 through April 22 will receive the Passover meals.

STORRS, Conn.—The Nosh Kitchen in Gelfenbein Commons will be serving Passover breakfasts, lunches and dinners to students who register on the dining services website from April 14 through April 22.

The two seders, April 14 and 15, will be served at the Hillel House as well as in the Rome Ballroom by the Chabad house.

This year will be the eighth year that the Nosh Kitchen is making the kosher dietary restrictions of Passover easy for all Jewish students to follow.

“During Passover you can’t eat food made of the five grains – oats, spelt, barley, rye and wheat – in addition to the regular kosher restrictions, this means that there are a lot of prepared foods we can’t use anymore,” said Bruce Hessing, an Area Assistant Manager and Kosher Food Production Coordinator in Dining Services.

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