As the temperatures dropped outside, Princeton students and staff turned up the heat inside. And it was not just the thermostats. Across campus, Campus Dining chefs and cooks led four sessions for 100 participants on culinary approach and technique.
With tree branches to light their way, snow people, deer, polar bears and other winter creatures jumped on the Dinky to come see our residential dining halls on Tuesday, December 12 for the annual Holiday dinners.
Throughout the year, Princeton University chefs and staff visited local schools to share their knowledge and skills with students from pre-K to grade 5.
Princeton University welcomed Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, president of Mauritius, on Oct. 5 for a day of discussion with students, faculty and staff about the state of global food systems.
As part of a celebration of World Food Day, local farmers and Campus Dining staff met in Rockefeller College to discuss the state of local and domestic food systems as well as opportunities for collaboration.