"Bland Is Gone."

May 2010
FoodService Director;5/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p46
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The author shares how they incorporated Asian dishes in the food service operations of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. A survey has revealed that undergraduate students want to see Korean dishes on the menus. The food service operations decided to put up a Korean barbecue station. Aside from Korean food, they also started offering a Thai wrap station, as well as internationally themed dinners such as Japanese, Thai and Chinese.


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