Hospital expands healthy options with guest chef series

Guests could try dishes made with ingredients such as jackfruit, toasted orzo and quinoa.
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Stony Brook University Hospital in Stony Brook, N.Y., welcomed two visiting chefs as part of its visiting chefs series earlier this month. 

Chef Eric Wood from food sales agency Affinity Group Infusion and Executive Chef Jen Moyer Murphy from Clemens Food Group spent the day at the hospital’s action station showcasing healthy recipes. 

Guests could enjoy dishes such as smoky pulled pork and jackfruit sliders over tossed field greens or a grain salad bowl; bulgogi-marinated roasted pork loin; pork lettuce wraps with brown rice, pickled carrots and daikon radishes; and a salad made with quinoa, baby garbanzo beans, toasted orzo and Israeli couscous combined with fresh vegetables, extra virgin olive oil and fresh herbs.

Read the full story via news.stonybrook.edu.

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