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12/02/19

From Our Kitchen: Lemon-Glazed Raspberry Ribbon Bars

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Makes 24 Ingredients: 1 cup unsalted butter, room temperature 1 cup powdered sugar, divided 1 large egg yolk 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 2 ½ cups all-purpose flour 6 ounces raspberry jam 2 teaspoons unsweetened lemon juice 1 teaspoon 2% milk Preparation: Step 1: Preheat oven to 375°F. Cover a cookie sheet with parchment or baking paper. Step 2: In a large bowl, cream butter and ½ cup sugar together. Add egg yolk and vanilla; mix until light in color...

11/20/19

On the Road with RDs: FNCE

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Hi there! We’re here again with another edition of our blog series, “On the Road with RDs,” where we invite you to follow along with our Dietitians as they visit venues, teach communities, and continue their education in the wide world of nutrition. This time, we’re joining two of our Registered Dietitians, Jessica Holler and Taylor Chan, on their recent trip to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics' annual Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo™ (FNCE®, pronounced “fence-see”) in...

11/11/19

30 Years of Innovations: Defining the Standard

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As we celebrate the 30th anniversary of SAGE Dining Services®, we’re looking back at how our programs have evolved throughout the years. At SAGE, change is the only constant. We’re continually developing new and better ways to deliver exceptional dining experiences.  Our co-founders, Tina and Paco Rodriguez, realized from SAGE’s beginning that food can have a transformative impact on students — they named the company for “Setting A Good Example®.” Tina and Paco made it their mission to...

10/29/19

Alternative Proteins — Can a Burger Save Us?

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Recently, there’s been a proliferation of alternative meat products in the market. These are different from traditional meatless options, such as black bean burgers or soy hot dogs. Backed by venture capital and celebrity endorsements, these new alt proteins, with names such as Beyond Meat® and the Impossible™ Burger, have shown up in restaurants, grocer’s freezers, and — of course — television, but are they worth all the hype? We were curious, so we went beyond the marketing slogans and...

10/28/19

Food Additives from A to Z

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Welcome to our new series on food additives! You’ve probably looked at ingredient labels on food and wondered what some of those words mean. Maybe you’ve even heard the advice to never eat what you can’t pronounce or that chemicals don’t belong in our foods. But is that really true? Would you worry if you saw dihydrogen monoxide on a label instead of water? In this series, we’ll clear up some of the mysteries behind common food additives and help...

10/23/19

How One SAGE Community Puts Sustainability First

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In school dining communities, it’s easy to see how much food doesn’t get eaten. Trash bags can fill up fast – and a majority of what’s discarded doesn’t have to end up in a landfill. But school dining is also one of the best settings for successful waste reduction programs. At John Burroughs School (JBS) in St. Louis, Missouri, they’ve reached the gold standard in school dining sustainability, achieving a 100% waste-free kitchen and dining room. Environmental awareness is deep-rooted...

10/15/19

On the Road with a SAGE Chef

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Greetings! Welcome back to the blog series “On the Road with RDs,” where we invite you to follow along with our Dietitians as they visit venues, teach communities, and continue their education in the wide world of nutrition. This post is from Rob Coutu, our Executive Chef. He may not be an RD, but he’s an integral part of the nutrition team and is responsible for keeping our recipes and menus in tip-top shape and on trend. I recently...

10/01/19

Sustainable Harvesting: Food Preservation 101

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You may be wondering what to do with your garden’s abundant harvest. You’re giving away lots of squash, your colanders are overflowing with ripe tomatoes, and your family is tired of eating Eggplant Parmesan. But there’s another simple and sustainable option ꟷ food preservation. It reduces food waste from large harvests, cuts back on carbon emissions from cross-country shipping and grocery shopping, and allows you to enjoy your veggies well into the winter. Check out these methods: Freeze It’s best...

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