The dietetics students of NDSU’s 800 Café have scheduled a Mediterranean-themed meal for Thursday, March 26, and Friday, March 27.
The meal will be served in the third-floor Food Production Laboratory Complex in the breezeway between the Katherine Kilbourne Burgum Family Life Center and E. Morrow Lebedeff Hall. The two seatings are set for 11 a.m. and 12:15 p.m.
Dietetics students Kelly Kading and Tarenna Johnson will manage the meal while classmates produce it. The Mediterranean meal will begin with warmed pita bread triangles served with roasted red pepper hummus. The main course is a portabello and kale grilled sandwich, accompanied by a Greek vegetable salad. Dessert will be Greek Honey Puffs, known as Loukoumades.
Meals in the 800 Café are 800 calories or less. The café is operated by students in a class taught by Sherri N. Stastny, associate professor for health, nutrition and exercise sciences.
The luncheon is $10 per meal and includes a choice of beverage. Four-meal punch cards also are available for $35 at the door. Payments can be made in cash or check.
Parking is available in the NDSU visitor’s lot on campus. Walk-ins are welcome but reservations are encouraged because seating is limited.
Make reservations by contacting email@example.com or 701-231-7487. Indicate your preferred serving time, number and names of attendees, food allergies, and email and phone number of the person in charge of the reservation.
800 Café meals are served each Thursday and Friday through May 8.
For more information, visit www.ndsu.edu/hnes/program_contact_information/department_restaurant_800_cafe/
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