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Campus Dining’s Monthly Feature: Feb 2018

Happy Valentines Day!

Americans probably began exchanging hand-made valentines in the early 1700s. In the 1840s, Esther A. Howland began selling the first mass-produced valentines in America. Howland, known as the “Mother of the Valentine,” made elaborate creations with real lace, ribbons and colorful pictures known as “scrap.”

Regular semester hours:

Peoria Cafe Breve: 7:30 am – 6 pm, Mon-Thur, Closed Fridays
Cafe Breve East Peoria: 7:30 am – 6:00 pm, Mon-Thur, 7:30 am – 2 pm Fridays
Tre’s Cafe: 7:30 am- 2 pm, Mon – Fridays

Peoria Cafe Breve – Will be continuing their Partnership with “Culinary Arts”  Stay tuned!


ICC’s Culinary program will be providing an entree meal during the week from 11 am to noon for just $4.95 at our Peoria Cafe Brevé. The list of days and meal offerings will be coming soon.  Shown in the pictures above are those delights we were able to try in the fall semester.

We have already offered some soups and bakery items that were provided last week. Check in to see what we are serving each day.

Hot Lunch Items

In response to your requests for a hot option for lunch, we will be starting a daily special. These items are in addition to the soup, sandwiches and snack foods that are currently available for lunch.  Hot lunch will be available from 11 am to 12:30 pm.

Monday:          Pizza (Sausage, Pepperoni or Cheese)

Tuesday:          Walking taco’s

Wednesday:     Hot dogs, cheese dogs or chili/ cheese dogs

Thursday:       Pulled pork sandwiches

 

Feb. 1 – Tail Gate

Campus Dining is getting in the mood for the “Big Game”.

Featuring:

Hot dogs: $1.75
Chili dogs: $2.25
Chili & cheese dogs: $2.65
Buffalo Wings, celery & ranch: $3.75
Curly Fries:  $1.75; add cheese: $2.15
Coleslaw: $1.50 and Cheeseburger chowder: $.35/ oz.

Feb. 14 – Campus Dining Starts Lent Season


Featuring:
Fish Taco’s: $2.95
Waffle Fries: $1.75 add cheese for $.40 more
Coleslaw: $1.50 and cheese broccoli soup: $.35/oz

February 21st- Campus Dining celebrating “Chinese New Year”

February 15 – Soul Food

Come on into Campus Dining and get your groove on!

We will be featuring fried or baked chicken, mashed potatoes & gravy, green beans, collard greens and macaroni & cheese (whole or half order).

Meal deals:
Leg & thigh with two sides and a biscuit:  $5.95
Breast & wing with two sides and a biscuit: $6.50

February 16 – Chinese New Year

Unlike the American New Year celebration, the Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Feb. 16, 2018 and marks the beginning of a new lunar according to the traditional Chinese calendar rather than the Gregorian calendar.

The annual Chinese holiday is known as the Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival. Each year is represented by a zodiac animal on the lunar-solar Chinese calendar. As China ushers out 2017 as the Year of the Rooster, citizens are readying to welcome 2018 as the Year of the Dog. The Spring Festival in China is celebrated for several months as a time to gather with family and hope for good fortune in the upcoming year.

Featuring:
Chicken stir fry over rice with vegetables: $4.95
Pork or vegetable egg rolls: $1.75 ea. and corn chowder: $.35/oz