Our North Carolina Central University dietetic intern, Akiia Robertson James helped us highlight black Americans who made significant contributions to the culinary and food service industries during Black History Month. The project included a bio wall, featuring 14 black Americans prominently displayed in the cafeteria as well as meal specials.
Everybody knows the first thing you do when the meteorologist calls for winter weather – like they are tonight and tomorrow – is to run to the grocery store (along with the rest of the city) to buy staples to get you through the storm. The list of staples includes the obligatory milk, eggs and […]
WakeMed Café 3000 Chef Antonio Alano was featured in this month’s issue of Foodservice Director magazine. In the issue, Chef Antonio shared his revamped recipe for shrimp and grits. Chef Antonio proves it is possible to make healthy food taste great! Chef’s Station Signature Dish – Shrimp & Grits Chef Antonio F. Alano […]
On WakeMed Raleigh Campus, every other Thursday, the delicious smell of BBQ permeates the first floor. It’s then that you know Hazel has been busy at work making her (almost) famous BBQ chicken and ribs. I was asked by our Chief Operating Officer Tom Gettinger and Director of Food and Nutrition Services Jessica Marchand to […]