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Durango Herald Pam Gibson, with Manna Soup Kitchen, leans in to the cramped office shared by Audrey Werner, development and administrative assistant, and Darcy Cole, kitchen manager, to say hello to former intern Carl Mullen at Manna...A $500,000
North Jersey colleges arranging gluten-free dining Friday, April 12, 2013 When Ramapo College senior Adam Rinaldi found out he had celiac disease two years ago, restricting him from eating anything with gluten, he approached the school's dining hall
Nutella Published: March 6, 2013 Last month one of Columbia's undergraduate dining halls began serving Nutella every day, not just in crepes on weekends. For the uninitiated, Nutella is a creamier-than-peanut-butter, chocolate hazelnut spread from
The fate of the historic dining hall on Kibbutz Givat Hashlosha will be decided by the High Court of Justice, after an organization seeking to build a yeshiva on the site petitioned the court against the Interior Ministry's refusal to let it do so.
Now imagine the amount of wasted food in a huge cafeteria that serves thousands of meals each day, a place like the South Campus Dining Room at the University of Maryland...The quantities of soup, roast turkey, pasta and salads were so jaw-dropping,
With approximately 4 percent of the U.S. population having some sort of food allergy, Liberty University, in collaboration with Sodexo, its dining services provider, works hard to ensure the dietary needs of students, faculty, and staff are being met.
Initially, the project was limited in scope, remembers 23-year-old Ben Simon, the network's co-founder and executive director. Once a week, five volunteers would show up at the South Campus dining hall to pick up leftovers and drive them to area
Tenn. (AP) Students are helping create a community garden at Sewanee: University of the South . The Chattanooga Times Free Press ( http://bit.ly/12AGvyr) reports it is the latest reclamation of the land that has been cultivated on and off for over
She posted a sign on her TV, the prison kind of TV: clear plastic, showing all electrical innards and exposing any contraband the sneaky prisoner tries to hide in it...I learned the answer as my time went on here at York CI. Yes, we do. The women
At first glance, it looked as if students attending the state university in this town had gotten off cheap. Their tuition back in 2006 was going up a mere $132 or 2.7 percent, thanks to a vote by the board of governors overseeing Shippensburg