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The number of international students studying at U.S. universities grew to an all-time high of 886,052 students in the 2013-14 school year, said IIE.
01-22-2014 Menu Development
Value Bowls, mini tastings of globally inspired foods, will be the star of Restaurant Week promotions at Eurest B&I cafés, says Christopher Ivens-Brown, vice president of culinary...
01-21-2014 Menu Development
Everyone loves chocolate cake, but even the best desserts grow tiresome.
01-10-2014 Menu Development
We may be living in a burger-crazed country, but customers are demanding more than just ground beef patties these days.
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Tacos.
01-06-2014 Menu Development
Looking to expand your beverage portfolio? Consider specialty teas—a “no-brainer, as it’s an easy and inexpensive way to provide something local,” says Justin...
12-30-2013 Menu Development
“Pacific Northwest cuisine is not as easily defined as other regions in the country,” says Scott Clagett, executive chef at Lewis & Clark College, in Portland, Ore. Gitta...
12-23-2013 Menu Development
Three Takes On offers several different versions of the same classic dish. This month: Chili.
12-08-2013 Menu Development
Birria, a spicy Mexican goat stew, is on the menu at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Introducing students to a meat popular around the world, Dwight Collins, executive chef of UC Santa...
12-06-2013 Menu Development
You know what they say: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But American breakfasts, while tasty, are often high in carbohydrates and fat.
Sense and Sustainability is, perhaps, an odd title for this blog. Deputy Editor Dana Moran has never been much of a Jane Austen reader. But it definitely encapsulates what she'll be writing about here: Sensible sustainability.
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Officials praised Greeley-Evans School District’s nutrition-services director for his impact.
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Hubspot, a software marketing company, reports Facebook posts featuring images garner 53 percent more “likes” and twice as many comments as text-only items.
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