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Recipe Box Café: "Greek Fare"
by Angela Douge
The Recipe Box Café lunch for April 25 serves up three light and classic Greek dishes.

Appetizer: Hummus and carrot sticks 

Main Course: Grape leaves (meat and veggie) 

Dessert: Baklava treats 

Reservations are highly recommended due to limited seating. To make a reservation, email recipeboxcafe@dom.edu or call (708) 488-5285. If a reservation is made and not cancelled prior to seating, the future reservations will be cancelled until re-confirmed by the patron. A limited number of walk-in seats may be available but are not guaranteed.  

The Recipe Box Atrium Café features healthy menus planned, prepared, and served by nutrition science students in the Quantity Food Production and Service course (NUTR 407). This course integrates each student’s nutrition, management, purchasing, organizational and food knowledge skills. 

Angela Douge, MPH, RD, LDN, serves as faculty. A professional chef aids in the production.  

Recipes and photos for the dishes served each week are posted to the DU Recipes Board on Dominican's Pinterest page.​
Time: Thursday, April 25, 11:30 AM
Location: Parmer Hall, Atrium
Contact: Recipe Box Cafe - recipeboxcafe@dom.edu - (708) 488-5285
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