Fall Term 2019

Hours

Weekdays

Breakfast (hot): 7:30 - 9:00 am

              cold:  7-10:30 am

Lunch:     11:30 am- 1:40 pm

Supper: 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Weekends and Holidays

Breakfast (cold): 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Lunch: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Supper: 5:00 pm - 6:00

 

Food Services is committed to creating and serving delicious, nourishing, balanced meals with quality, variety and freshness in a spirit of hospitality. 

September 1 -8, 2019    WELCOME STUDENTS!
 

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Community Breakfast

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Cheese Omelet Choco Chip Pancakes

Waffles

Poached Eggs

Fried Egg

Scrambled Tofu

 
L Pretzel Bun Sandwich Perogies Beef Chili Croissant Sandwich Chicken Shawarma    
V Pretzel Bun Sandwich Southwest Hash Veg Chili Croissant Sandwich Falafafel    
D

BBQ Supper

Hamburgers

Commencement Supper

Grill Chicken on a Kaiser

Smoked Pork Chop Beef Stroganoff Pizza   Roast Beef
V Veggie Burger Ratatouille Baby Bok Choy and Tofu in Orange Ginger Sauce Teriyaki Veggie Noodle Bowl Black Bean Sweet Potato Quesadilla   Lentil Quinoa Loaf
S Popcorn   Cupcakes Smores     Open Kitchen

                                Every time you eat it is an opportunity to nourish the mind, body, and spirit.

September 9 - 15, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Baked Oatmeal

Poached Eggs

Waffles

Fried Eggs

Peach Streusel Coffee Cake

Boiled Eggs

French Toast with Berry Sauce

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

   
L Chicken Wraps Grilled Cheese Bacon on a Bun Gyros Tacos Egg and Ham Asiago Cheese Bagel Meatball Sub
V Grilled Vegetable Wrap Penne with Spinach and Sundried Tomato TLT Sandwich Kale and Quinoa salad Tacos Pan Roasted Vegetables and Beans Grilled Balsamic Vegetable Sub
D Maple Dijon Pork

Positive Thinking or Fortune Cookie Day

Spring Rolls

Beef Bolgogi Bowl with Rice

Asian Blend Vegetable

Kimchee

Smile Cupcakes

Fortune cookies

Community Supper

Jerk Chicken

Cajun Sweet Potato

Peas

coleslaw

Cheesecake

BBQ Beef on a bun Sundried Tomato and Oregano Chicken Tortellini Chicken Pieces
V Cassoulet  Seoul Bowl Cuban Beans and Rice Vegetarian Sloppy Joes Vegetable Stir Fry Pasta with Vegetable Sauce Cauliflower Thai Curry
S Cookies/Fruit Bowl     Cheese Crackers and Grapes   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Nutrition Tip:

University is about learning, having fun and having new food experiences.  You may have heard of the freshman 15 referring to weight gain during the first year.  Remember you are in the driver’s seat!  Maintaining good eating habits are important so that you have energy for studying, socializing and athletic activities, for sleeping well and for avoiding colds and coughs that are easily spread. 

September 16 - 22, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Greek Omelet

Waffles

Fried Eggs

Zucchini Muffins

Poached Eggs

Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

   
L Hamburgers Pizza Chicken a la King Croissant Sandwich Top a Potato Steak on a Bun Egg in a Hole BLT
V Portabello Burger Vegetable Quesadilla Lentil Ragu Quinoa and Apple Salad with Curry Rice Vinaigrette Top a Potato California Grilled Vegetable Sandwich Asian Flavoured Quinoa Salad
D Rosemary Chicken Pork Vindaloo

Community Supper

Sausage

Potato Salad

Corn and Zucchini

Tomato Watermelon Salad

Peach Platz

Burritos Pesto Salmon Chicken Fingers Beef Stew
V Vegetable Moussaka Coconut Dahl Vegan Sausage Veggie Burrito Bake Sticky Ginger Sesame Tofu and Veggie Vegetarian Fingers Moroccan Bean and Pepper Stew
S Salsa and chips    

Coffee Cake and Oranges

  Toast Night Open Kitchen

September 23 - 29, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Poached Eggs

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Raspberry Danish

Boiled Eggs

French Toast with Apples

Waffles

Fried Eggs

   
L Mac and cheese Reuben Sandwiches Chicken Burger Sausage on a Bun Beef Chili Ciabatti Sandwiches Egg Burgers
V Vegan Mac and Cheese Portabello Reuben Eggplant Burger Vegan Sausage on a Bun Vegetable Chili Chic Pea Avocado Sandwich Vegetable Burger
D

Fall Fair Theme

Corn Dogs

Walking Tacos

Cob Corn

Onion Rings

Blue Ribbon Vegetables

Cotton Candy Cupcakes

Chicken Pot Pie

Community Supper

Beef Rouladen

Egg Noodle

California Mix

Caesar Salad

Nanaimo Bar Ice Cream Cake

Chicken Wings Creamy Ham Fettucini Nachos Turkey
V Walking Tacos Vegetable Pot Pie Chic Pea Swiss Chard Curry with Rice Tofu and Onion Braised in Asian BBQ Sauce Golden Stir Fry Noodles Chilaquile Stuffed Squash
S

Apples with Caramel Sauce

Popcorn

    Muffins and Cheese   Toast Night Open Kitchen

 Nutrition Tip:  "Best Before" dates on foods are not necessarily indicators of whether a food is safe to eat or not.  "Best Before" dates are chosen by the manufacturer or retailer and indicate how long they would expect the food to have the optimal freshness, taste and nutritional value.  After that date, (for example), your salsa may not taste as good, the chips might not be as crunchy, or there may be less vitamins or bacterial culture (yogurt).  Is food safe to eat past the "Best Before" date?  The answer is complicated.  Factos such as when the product was opened, the content of the product, how it was stored and handled (i.e. correct temperatures, how many hands were in the bowl), plus the health of your own immune system can help you decide.  It is important not to confuse "Best Before" dates with "Expiration Dates".  "Expiration Dates" are required on certain foods and mandated for five types of products that are generally intended for populations with specific and/or prescribed nutritional needs.  These foods should definitely not be eaten beyond their date.

September 30 - October 6, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Banana Chocolate chip Pancakes

Waffles

Fried Eggs

Morning Glory Muffins

Boiled Eggs

Western Omelet

Waffles

Poached Eggs

   
L Bacon on a Bun Chicken Shawarma Perogies Sloppy Joes Sub Sandwiches Breakfast Burrito Pretzel Bun Sandwich
V TLT Falafel Quinoa Salad Vegetarian Sloppy Joes Sub Sandwich Tempeh Tacos Mediterranean Vegetable Panini
D

Meatless Monday

Lasagna

Roast Beef

Community Supper

Pork Schnitzel

Mini Red Parslied Potatoes

Broccoli

Green Salad with Autumn Fruit

Apple Rollup

Chicken Stir Fry Pizza Penne Fish and Chips Stuffed Peameal
V Vegan Lasagna Maple Baked Lentil with Sweet Potato Stuffed Portabello Sweet Chili Tofu Stir Fry Pizza Penne Vegetable Biryani Three Sisters Stew
S Pumpkin Bread     Pudding Bar   Toast Night Open Kitchen

With the 50th anniversary of Earth Day fast approaching in 2020, let us think about global collaboration for the health of our planet.  All living things have an intrinsic value, and each plays a unique role in the complex web of life.  Your action is needed.  Create your own act of green (for example) by reducing your consumption, stop using disposable plastic and reducing food waste! 

October 7 - 13, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Baked Oatmeal

Boiled Eggs

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Coffee Cake

Fried Eggs

French Toast with Carmelized Bananas

Waffles

Western Omelet

   
L Mozza Pesto Grilled Cheese Chicken a la King Meatball Sub Tuna Melt Oktoberfest Sausage on a Bun with Saurkraut Egg Bagel Sandwich Gyro
V Grilled Balsamic Veg and Hummus Vegetable Hot Pot Tofu Bites Kale and Quinoa Salad with Maple Vinaigrette Plant Based Bratwurst on a Bun Pan Roasted Vegetable and Bean Falafels
D Chicken Fajita Sweet and Sour Pork

Community Supper

Turkey and Stuffing

Mashed Potatoes

Glazed Baby Carrots

Crunchy Romaine Salad

Pumpkin Pie

Gemutlichkeit Themed Dinner

Ribs

Spatzle

PEI Mix

Beet and Feta Salad

Black Forest Trifle

Honey Baked Chicken Nachos Tortellini
V Jack and the Bean Stack

Sweet and Sour Lentils

Paneer

Stuffed Squash Lentil Quinoa Loaf Dragon Bowl Nachos Penne with Spinach and Sundried Tomatoes
S Cookie Bars and Milk     Popcorn and Apples   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Gemutlichkeit!  The word doesn’t have a direct English translation, but it can refer to a mix of coziness, cheerfulness, friendliness, and social acceptance -  A spirit we can share all year around to all we encounter. 

October 14 - 20, 2019

Meals During Fall Study Break Week

Breakfast:   7:30 - 10:30 am  (hot served 8 - 9)

Lunch:        11:30 am - 1:00 pm

Dinner:        5:00 - 6:00 pm

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Thanksgiving

Cold Breakfast

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Date Orange Muffins

Poached Eggs

Blueberry Pancakes

Waffles

Fried Eggs

   
L Chicken Wrap Croissant Sandwich Steak on a Bun Pizza Penne Hamburgers Egg in a Hole BLT Top a Potato
V Vegetable Wrap Croissant Sandwich 'Aloo Gobi Wrap Eggplant Rotini Veggie Burger Asian Flavoured Quinoa Salad Top a  Potato
D Beef Stew Turkey Enchilada Smoked Pork Chop Greek Meatballs Cranberry Chicken Tilapia Chicken Fingers
V Lentil Stew Tamale Bean Pie Cassoulet Sweet Potato Falafel Patty Sticky Ginger Sesame Tofu Cauliflower Thai Curry Vegetarian Fingers
S Muffins and Cheese     Snack mix and orange slices   Toast Night Open Kitchen

October 21 - 27, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Leah V's Favourite Food Day

Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Smoothies

Bacon

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Danish

Boiled Eggs

French Toast with Apples

Waffles

Fried Eggs

   
L

Split Pea Soup

Mac and Cheese

Sausage on a Bun Reuben Sandwiches Quiche Chicken Parmesan Burger Ciabatti Sandwich Eggs Benedict
V Vegan Mac and Cheese Beyond "Sausage" Portabello Reuben Tofu Scramble with Vegetable Eggplant Burger Chic Pea Avocado Sandwich Mushroom Quinoa Burger
D

Chicken Shawarma

Sweet Potato Fries

Greek Salad

Platz

Meatloaf

Community Supper

Lemon Chicken

Rice

Autumn Vegetable

Chard and Kale Apple Salad

Butter Tart Bars

Pulled Pork Beef Broccoli Noodle Bowl Chicken Pieces Nachos
V Falafel Lentil Quinoa Loaf Autumn Harvest Couscous and Vegetable Vegetarian Sloppy Joes Golden Stir Fry Noodle Bowl Coconut Curry Tempeh Nachos
S Ginger cookies, apple slices and pumpkin dip     Pretzels and Root Beer   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Nutrition Tip: 

According to Jan Chazen Bays, MD in her book “Mindful Eating- A Guide to Rediscovering a Healthy and Joyful Relationship with Food,” countries that have an abundance of food often have a disharmony with food and eating. In a survey she conducted, she found that Americans worry more about food derive less pleasure from eating than people in any other nation surveyed. She mentioned that other countries associate food with pleasure and Americans associate food with health, yet the United States is far from the healthiest nation. 

Secondly, when food and drink are abundant, it is easy to take them for granted. This makes it easy to stop paying attention to what is on our plate or in our mouth. When we stop paying attention, we stop smelling and tasting and get less of an experience from the meals we eat.

Being grateful for all the choices we have for food on the grocery shelves, those who contribute their time and energy to plant, tend, harvest, package, purchase, and prepare our food can also help increase our appreciation.   

October 28 -November 3 , 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Baked Oatmeal

Boiled Eggs

Waffles

Cheese Omelet

Muffins

Poached Eggs

Pancakes

Waffles

Fried Eggs

   
L Kaiser Sandwiches with Fillings Hamburgers Turkey Chili Perogies Sub Sandwiches Chicken Burgers Egg Burger
V Kaiser Sandwich Black Bean Burger Veggie chili Pan Roasted Potatoes and Beans Quinoa Apple Salad with Curry Rice Vinaigrette Portabello Burger Egg Burger
D

Meatless Monday

Icy Mocha Smoothie

Fruit and Quinoa Salad with Citrus Poppy Seed Dressing

Frittata

Potato Patties

Twist and Knot Buns

Chicken Stir Fry

Community Supper

Roast Beef

Niagara Blend Vegetable

Crispy Fingerling Potatoes

Tossed Salad with Mandarins

Boston Cream Cake

Halloween

Spaghetti

 Jack'o'lantern

Veg and Dip

Dirt Pudding

Cafe de Olla

Chicken Burrito

Mexican Rice

Corn on Cob

Churro

Sausage Sweet Potato Bake Teriyaki Salmon
V Scrambled Tofu with Vegetable Vegetable Stir Fry Ratatouille over Polenta Vegetarian Bolognese Bean Burrito Marrakesh Vegetable Curry Teriyaki Veggie Noodle Bowl
S pita chips, artichoke dip and veggies     Halloween Shaped Cookies   Chips and Salsa Open Kitchen

November 4 - 10, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Fried Eggs

Cream of Wheat or Red River Cereal

Waffles

Boiled Eggs

Baked Oatmeal

Poached Eggs

French Toast with Berry Sauce

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

   
L Gyros Chicken a La King Tacos Steak on a Bun Grilled Cheese Bacon on a Bun Egg Bagel
V Greek Style Bean Pita Lentil Ragu Tacos Grilled Balsamic Vegetable and Hummus Quinoa Salad Tempeh Lettuce Tomato Sandwich California Grill Sandwich
D Beef Stroganoff Ham

Community Supper

Chicken Souvlaki

Lemon Rice

Mediterranean Mix

Cucumber Salad

Teaballs
Mushroom Baked Pork Chops Chicken Adobo 3 Cheese Tortellini BBQ Beef on a Bun
V Sweet Chili Tofu Stir Fry Loaded Sweet potato Falafel Vegetable Pot Pie Dragon Bowl Smoky chic Pea Pasta Asian Braised BBQ Tofu
S Popcorn and Apples     Cookie Bars and Milk   Toast Night Open Kitchen

November 11 - 17, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Cinnamon Roll Pancakes

Waffles

Michael Zhang's Favourite Food Day

Omelet

Muffins

Poached Eggs

Fried Eggs

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

   
L Pizza

Buddha Bowl

Smoothies

Turkey Burger Meatball Sub Chicken Wraps

French Toast

Breakfast Sausage

Perogies
V Pizza Buddha Bowl Sweet Potato Falafel Burger Veg Meatball Sub Aloo Gobi Wrap Southwestern Breakfast Hash Asian Flavoured Quinoa Salad
D Mediterranean Fish

Spring Rolls

Udon Beef Stir Fry

Oreo Cheesecake

Community Supper

Apple Cranberry Pork

Scalloped Potatoes

Pea and Pearl Onion Blend Vegetable

Nappa Salad

Black Forest Brownies

Chicken Cordon Bleu  Shepherds Pie BBQ Ribs Chicken Fingers
V Vegetarian Paella Baby Bok Choy and Tofu in Orange Ginger Sauce Cauliflower Thai Curry Bowl Stuffed Pepper Vegetarian Shepherds Pie Cassoulet Vegetarian Fingers
S Cheese, Crackers, Grapes     Chips and salsa   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Nutrition Tip: Cold and flu season is upon us!  Along with being physically active, reducing your stress and getting enough sleep, a healthy diet is important to keep your immune system working at its best.  Eat foods from all of the food groups to get all of the nutrients your body needs.  Some evidence based helpers for fighting cold and flu are Vitamin C, (best sources being peppers, strawberries, kiwi, oranges and broccoli), Zinc (fish, seafood, beef, pumpkin seeds and baked beans) and probiotics (yogurt, some other fermented foods). For nausea or a cold, try making ginger tea. 

November 18 - 24, 2019  International Education Week

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Greek Omelet

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Cherry Coffee Cake

Poached Eggs

Boiled Eggs

Oatmeal

Fried Eggs    
L Mac and Cheese Sausage on a Bun Turkey Sloppy Joes Chicken Burger Reuben Sandwich Bagel Sandwich Breakfast Burrito
V Penne with Spinach and Sundried tomatoes Vegan Sausage Maple Baked Lentils and Sweet Potato Veggie Burger Portabello Reuben Bagel Sandwich Hurry Up Fill Me Up Burrito
D

Mango Lassi

Pork Vindaloo

Spiced Potatoes

Cauliflower

Cucumber Salad

Coconut Ladoo

Jalapeno Poppers

Chicken Enchilada Bake

Green Salad

Corn

Tres Leche Cake

Community Supper

Lasagna

Romanesco Blend Vegetable

Romaine and Radicchio Salad

Tiramisu Dessert

Blueberry Bannock

Dill Salmon

wild Rice Blend

Green Beans

Salad Greens with Cranberry

Maple Pumpkin Tarts

Dumplin Soup

Green Curry Thai Chicken

Jasmine Rice

Asian Vegetable

Mango Salad

Tropical Fruit with Lime

Beef Oriental Turkey
V Delicious Dahl Chilaquile Vegan Lasagna Three Sisters Stew Thai Vegetable Curry Bowl Sticky Ginger Sesame Tofu and Veggies Stuffed Squash
S Snack Mix/Orange Slices     Gingerbread cookies   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Nutrition Tip:  Today, a large amount of the world's food comes from roughly 12 plants.  More than 90% of edible crop varieties are no longer grown by farmers. As farmers put their energy into growing a narrow amount of staple crops that people demand, there is a loss of biodiversity.  Diversity in our diet has numerous benefits.  Biodiversity creates a more stable ecological community.  On a personal level, a diet with a wide range of food ensures adequate amounts of all nutrients.  And there are more reasons why it is good to explore and eat new foods.  It can promote cultural sensitivity when paired with conversation about  customs and norms.  And it can create easy conversation around the table, strengthening current relationships and creating new ones.  Happy exploring this week and beyond!

November 25 - December 1, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Banana Chocolate Chip Pancakes

Bryce K's Favourite Food Day

Cheese Omelet

Bacon

Hash Browns

Poached Eggs

Morning Glory Muffins

French Toast

Waffles

Fried Eggs

   
L Pizza

Chicken and Waffles

Butterscotch Cookies

Chili Quiche Pork Souvlaki Perogies Pretzel Bun Sandwiches
V Pizza Vegetable Quinoa Salad Vegetarian Chili Scrambled Tofu with Vegetable Greek Quinoa Salad Black Bean Sweet Potato Quesadillas Curried Chic Pea Avocado Sandwich
D

Meatless Monday

Festive Black Beans and Rice

Cornbread

Squash

Green Salad

Tomato Soup

Pesto Grilled Cheese

Cream Puffs

Community Supper

Ham with Homemade Mustard

Hash Brown Potato Casserole

Mixed Vegetable

Spinach Salad

 Apple Pie Bars

Beef Bolgogi Fettucine Alfredo Stuffed Peameal Jerk Chicken
V as above Grilled Balsamic Vegetable and Hummus Stuffed Pepper Vegetarian Bowl Roasted Red Pepper Fettucini Stuffed Portabello Jerk Tempeh
S Apple Muffins and Cheese     Orange Slices and Snack Mix   Toast Night Open Kitchen

December 2 - 8, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Fried  Eggs

Katrina F's Favourite Food Day

Smoothies

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Danishes

Boiled Eggs

Western Omelet

Sam D's Favourite Food Day

Chocolate chip Pancakes

   
L Tacos Tuna Melt Hot Dogs Sub Sandwiches Chicken Parmesan Sandwich Egg & Ham on Asiago Bagel Gyro
V Tacos Kale and Quinoa Salad with Maple Vinaigrette Baked Beans & Veggie Dogs Penne with Spinach and Sundried Tomatoes Eggplant Burger Pam Roasted Vegetable and Bean Falafel
D

Buddha Bowl

Chocolate Cream Cheese Cupcakes

Balsamic Cranberry  Pork Term End Banquet Sweet and Sour Pork

Beef Stroganoff

Oreo Cheesecake

Honey Baked Chicken Fish and Chips
V Buddha Bowl Vegetarian Pot Pie   Sweet and Sour Tofu Swiss Chard Chic Pea Curry Golden Stir Fry Noodle Bowl Loaded Sweet Potato
S Apples and Popcorn     Cheese Crackers and Grapes   Toast Night Open Kitchen

Nutrition Tip:

Exams make it easy to get into the habit of glugging coffee and snacking late into the night.  Fuel your brain with good nutrition to ace those tests.  Eating smaller, more frequent nutritious meals makes sure you have a flow of steady nourishment to keep you awake and and alert without overloading your stomach and making you sleepy.  Choose more of those foods that contain vitamins that help fight stress (Vitamin B and C foods), increase brain efficiency (Vitamins A, C and E) and enhance brain function and memory (yup - seafood, flax, seeds, and some oils). 

December 9 - 15, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Cream of Wheat Hot Cereal

Poached Eggs

Simon C's Favourite Food Day

Pancakes

Baked Oatmeal

Boiled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs

Fried Eggs

Waffles

   
L Pizza

Egg Burgers with Bacon

Curly Fries

Smoothies

Mud Pies

Steak on a Bun

Hamburgers

Top a Potato Chicken Wrap Croissant Breakfast Sandwich
V Pizza TLT Sandwich Sweet Potato Falafel patty Veggie Burger Southwest Edamame Salad Vegetable Wrap Apple Quinoa Salad
D Chicken Stir Fry

Pasta Bar

Caesar Salad

Pumpkin Cheesecake

Breakfast for Dinner

Apple Pie French Toast

Breakfast Sausage

Fruit Salad

Mango Smoothie

Turkey Pot Pie BBQ Beef on a Bun Ravioli Nachos
V Vegetable Stir Fry Vegetable Bolognese Vegan Fry Up Vegetable Hot Pot Vegetarian Sloppy Joes Coconut Curry Tempeh Refried Beans/Veggie Crumble
S Chip off the Block Bars     Holiday Ice Cream Sandwiches   Toast Night Open Kitchen

December 16 - 22, 2019

  Mon Tues Wed Thur Fri Sat Sun

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Fried Eggs

Waffles

Scrambled Eggs

Cranberry Orange Loaf

Boiled Eggs

Cheese Omelet

Waffles 

Poached Eggs

  Cold Breakfast Only
L Mac and cheese Turkey a la king Pulled Pork on a Bun Pretzel Bun Sandwich Hot Dogs Falafels  
V Vegetarian Penne Lentil Stew Tofu Bites Quinoa Salad Vegan Sausage Falafels  
D Garlic Sausage Beef Fajitas Chicken Wings Meatloaf Turkey Chili Tortellini  
V Cassoulet Vegetarian Fajitas Veggie Fingers Lentil Loaf Vegetarian Chili Smoky Chic Pea Pasta  
S Grinch Popcorn Mini Cheesecakes   Snack   Toast Night  

Best Wishes for a restful holiday!  The Cafeteria will re-open on Sunday, January 6, 2020 for dinner.

New Grebel Kitchen project

Making Space for Community

Grebel has embarked on a project to expand the kitchen and renovation the dining room. Construction started in April 2019 and is anticipated to finish in the fall of 2020. Learn more about this exciting endeavor and see how you can get involved in the Fill the Table capital campaign!