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peach blueberry maple grunt
Have an abundance of peaches? These simple dumplings are a great way to use excess fruit and they contain almost no sugar.
Here’s what the foodservice departments of several colleges and universities are doing to commemorate Earth Day.
Two food trucks at the College of William and Mary have given mixed returns, with one returning a profit while the other struggles.
More than 100 foodservice workers will be out of jobs when a St. Louis arena ends its contract with Sodexo in June.
polenta stuffed grilled onions
Vegetarians won’t feel left out from the barbecue loop when polenta-stuffed onions are tossed on the grill. Chef Essig’s recipe turns out a hearty entree packed with flavor.
The University of Utah has joined the Real Food Challenge, pledging to spend 20 percent of the school’s food budget on ‘real food’ over the next five years.
NPR reports high room and board expenses leave students paying about $24 a day for food on the cheapest meal plan – twice what the government says an average American spends.
Sodexo announced it is increasing meal swipe prices by five-percent at one Hawaii university due to increases in electricity and other factors.
Students at one Indiana college allege foodservice workers play favorites among students, giving some bigger portions than others.
One Texas college is running a pilot program, selling beer and wine at a number of home baseball games.


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