Daily Dining Hall Dishes - February 3

Your guide to making the best dining hall dishes at every meal.

“Chi fan le mei you?" translates to "Have you eaten yet?" in Chinese. Celebrate Chinese New Year at your nearest dining hall all day today!

Fun Fact: The Chinese sticky rice pudding cake called “nian gao” is traditionally eaten at the New Year in order to usher in a new period of step-by-step prosperity, so don’t skip our equivalent (tibetan rice pudding) at dinnertime!

1 blueberry bagel with cream cheese
1/2 cup scrambled eggs
1 cup canteloupe
1/2 grapefruit
1 cup orange juice

1 grilled portabello mushroom
1/2 cup sweet potato bake
3/4 cup orange chicken
1 vegetable egg roll

1/2 cup pineapple chunks
1 medium banana

1/2 cup chinese pork loin
1 cup mandarin pork noodles

1/3 cup coconut ginger baby carrots
1/3 cup green beans with sesame dressing
1/4 cup edamame

1/2 cup tibetan rice pudding
1 shrimp egg roll

1 almond cookie

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