The dining services at Cabrini have acquired some additions since last year. The first change is the addition of two new stations in the cafeteria. The second is a new take-out program that offers students the option of eating long after the cafeteria closes.
Chef Rodney Stockett, who has been a chef at Cabrini for about a year, said the idea of the new stations and the take-out program was a collective idea.
The first new station in the cafeteria is the “Red Hot Station.” Here students are able to order something and watch it be made right in front of them. Another station is a new sandwich station, where cold sandwiches are also made to order, such as wraps.
The take-out program offers students another wide variety of selection, including hamburgers, cheese steaks, salads and fries. The popularity of this program has been great so far. “I couldn’t be more pleased with the student’s reception,” Stockett said.
Freshman Eric Kozakiewicz, an English and communication major, expressed what his favorite item on the takeout menu was. “The takeout at the caf is really good,” Kozakiewicz said, “I recommend the Hawaiian pizza for all you pineapple lovers.”
Stockett says that they are going to be adding more to the takeout menu. “We’re going to be adding mixed greens and chicken caesar salads to the takeout menu,” Stockett said.
Another major program they pan on starting is the nutrition program, in which students will be able to count the amount of calories and grams of fat in something they are eating. These new additions and options are only the beginning, according to Stockett. “We’re not finished with making everything better,” he said.
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