Chris Szymanski, Chef/Manager, Illinois Street Residence Hall, University of Illinois Dining Services is developing the Catering Family Style Concept, including menus, recipes, presentation and delivery methodology, that was presented at the Inn
Ashley Basque, R.D., clinical dietitian, York Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Philadelphia, is the only dietitian on staff for a 240-bed facility, never gets behind in her work and always finds time to assist others in any area she can.
Virginia Ohanian, director of culinary and nutrition services at St. Andrews Estates, in Boca Raton, Fla., admires her mother, drinks “a ton” of skim milk and wishes she could be a barefoot water skier.
Whether you're from Texas, Kansas, Memphis or North Carolina, barbecue is a big customer draw, especially when served carved to order, like it's done at DD's BBQ at Dell's headquarters in Round Rock, Texas.
As students become more open to discussing food allergies, universities are beginning to take a proactive approach to addressing students’ dietary needs by creating allergen-free stations to prevent cross-contamination.
A recent survey of its members by the School Nutrition Association revealed that many operators are facing moderate to serious challenges in meeting the stricter nutritional requirements set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.