Asian Marketplace

Holaday, Susan
May 2010
FoodService Director;5/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p42
Trade Publication
The article deals with the offering of Asian dishes at non-commercial food service operations in the U.S. Parkhurst Dining Services prepares Asian dishes at its client campuses including Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania where it offers Korean tacos, sushi and Thai dishes. Employees of Marvell, a semiconductor company in Santa Clara, California, enjoys Indonesian street food prepared by Sugijanti Sastradi, executive chef for Bon Appétit. It relates the Asian dishes being served at Saint Francis Health System in Oklahoma.


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