Ethnic Comfort

December 2010
FoodService Director;12/15/2010, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p46
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The article discusses the inclusion of ethnic cuisine in comfort food menus offered at the foodservice facilities of Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Traditional Korean and Indian dishes have become very popular with students, according to the university's Hospitality and Dining Services director of culinary operations Martin Breslin. More traditional comfort foods are also offered, such as meatloaf and Salisbury steak. Breslin describes ice cream and chocolate chip cookies as students' favorite comfort desserts.


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