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Monthly Features Page: January 2018

Campus Dining Spring Semester Hours

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

 

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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.

Soups and bakery items are also being provided to the Peoria campus dining location.  Check in at the location to see what we are serving that day.

HOT LUNCH ITEMS – Starting January 22nd

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 11am to 12:30pm.

Monday          Pizza (Sausage, Pepperoni or Cheese)

Tuesday          Walking taco’s

Wednesday     Hot dogs, cheese dogs or chili/ cheese dogs

Thursdays       Pulled pork sandwiches

International Hot & Spicy Food Day: Jan 16


Campus Dining is celebrating this day with our Spicy Buffalo Chicken wrap just $4.25.

Irish Coffee Day: Jan 25


Cafe Brevé in Peoria and East Peoria will celebrate this National Holiday by having a coffee special.  “IRISH BROWNIE LATTE” for the entire week of January 22nd.

National Corn Chip Day:  Jan 29


Campus Dining will be featuring our famous Fiesta salad this day.  Fiesta salad- $4.25, Corn- $1.50, Vegetable soup- $.35/oz.

Informational Factoid:

A corn chip is a snack food made from cornmeal fried in oil or baked, usually in the shape of a small noodle or scoop. … While corn chips and tortilla chips are both made from corn, the corn in tortilla chips is subjected to the nixtamalization process, resulting in a milder flavor and aroma, and a less rigid texture. According to Wikipedia, nixtamalization is a process in which the corn is soaked and cooked in an alkaline solution such as lime water, and then hulled, ground and made into tortillas. The tortillas are then sliced and fried into crispy chips.

Welcome back students and staff,  hope you had a great holiday break!!