Janet Paul Rice, associate director of dining services at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minn., and current NACUFS president, wants to stop worrying, doesn’t understand the big deal about cupcakes and admits indecisive customers can be annoying.
I work with great people and food is really fun.
To me, “worst” implies “terrible,” and there aren’t any parts of my job that I’d consider terrible. Indecisive customers are rather annoying though.
Getting my master’s degree while working full time and serving as NACUFS at-large director.
Garrison Keillor’s request for a church basement supper—funeral hotdish, dead spread sandwiches, Jell-O—during a taping of “A Prairie Home Companion” on campus.
I would like to be artistic.
I wish I could worry less.
Lately, I really admire Fargo’s mayor, Dennis Walaker. He has kept the city safe through three epic floods in the last three years.
Some great cheese, a loaf of good bread, some olives and bottle of port.
A splash of good wine while watching shows like “48 Hours Mystery.”
I don’t understand the whole cupcake craze.
It doesn’t seem weird to me, but as kids, my sisters and I loved Ritz crackers dipped in Roka blue cheese dressing. I still eat it as a snack.
Be polite, be kind and don’t burn bridges if you can possibly help it.