Reading Week is almost over, and we would like to welcome you back with a nutritious, well balanced, and absolutely delicious menu celebrating Black History Month.
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February is Black History Month, a month to remember and celebrate important people and moments in the history of the African diaspora. To celebrate this month, UeaT is serving up three special Black History Month menus on Thursday, February 25, 2010, each at a discounted price.
The African Menu features East African Vegetable Stew and Cumin Scented Rice. The African menu will be available at Chestnut Residence (open to all U of T members), Robarts Cafeteria and Veda (in Sanford Fleming).
The Caribbean Menu features Jerk Chicken, Peas and Rice with Creamy Coleslaw. This Caribbean meal will be available at Sid’s Cafe (in Sidney Smith Hall), Sammy’s Student Exchange (in Hart House), The Buttery (at Trinity College), and the Victoria College Cafeteria.
The North American Menu includes Southern Fried Chicken, Collard Greens, Corn on the Cob, and Cheese Corn Biscuit. This North American Menu will be served at Medical Sciences Building Cafeteria and Howard Ferguson Dining Hall (at University College).
In addition, the Fresh Food Company at New College will be serving a special Black History Month themed lunch from 11:30am to 1:30pm.