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Thursday, April 7, 2011
Ever heard of Stacey’s Express? For many students and faculty the answer may be no, and if so…it’s worth checking out.
Stacey’s Express is an express style lunch service that is offered through UNH’s Thompson School Food Service Management Program. Students in the program prepare a variety of lunch food items including an entrée, soup, pizza, salad, and sandwiches. The best part about the quick lunch option…it’s cheap and healthy! With the variety of food styles it is easy to find an appeal option that will fit your tastes. The lunches are nutritious and this semester focuses specifically on “volumetric recipes.”
Based on PH.D Barbra Rolls Volumetric Recipe book, meals are designed to make you feel full with fewer calories. Dr. Rolls is a nutrition researcher who has studied many areas on hunger and obesity. The volumetric idea is to design plans that offer a variety of food choices that are healthy, rather than limiting foods. The idea on the plan and book are ultimately designed at weight loss, but the volumetric meals at Stacey’s Express can be great for anyone!
Lunch is served every Thursday in Cole Hall from 11:30-12:30. A full menu can be found on the T-Hall website.
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