NDSU’s student-led 800 Café is set to present a Hawaiian paradise meal Thursday, March 7, and Friday March 8. The 800 Café is a presentation of NDSU’s dietetic program.
The meals, which are open to the public, are served on the third floor of the Katherine K. Burgum Family Life Center in room 312. Seating begins at 11 a.m. and the last seating starts at 12:15 p.m.
The Hawaiian lunch begins with fresh grilled pineapple served with a sweet honey cinnamon yogurt dip. The entrée is a fresh apple feta chicken salad. Toppings include sliced almonds, dried cranberries and shredded carrots. The salad is drizzled with a homemade poppyseed dressing. Baked sweet potato fries paired with a fresh avocado dip are planned to be served with the entrée. The Hawaiian meal concludes with a coconut berry tiramisu parfait garnished with fresh lemon zest and shredded coconut.
The managers are undergraduate dietetic students Melissa Glatt and Taylor Hagness.
The Hawaiian meal costs $10 per person, with beverages included. A punch card can also be purchased for the price of $35 for 4 meals. Payments may be in the form of cash or check at the door on the day of the meal. Due to limited seating, reservations are highly recommended, but walk-ins are also welcomed.
When making a reservation, please indicate preferred serving time, number of attendees, email and phone number of the person who oversees the reservation. Also indicate any allergies when making the reservation.
Online reservations are preferred, but reservations can also be made by contacting email@example.com or by calling 701-231-7487. The class is instructed by Sherri Nordstrom Stastny, professor of health, nutrition and exercise sciences.
Parking is available in the visitor’s pay lot on the south side of the Memorial Union on campus.
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