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Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorda Meets SAGE All Stars


[caption id="attachment_11652" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Food Services Director Randy Davis, Wichita Collegiate Athletic Director Mitch Fiegel, Hall of Famer Tommy Lasorta and Sous Chef Robert Laughlin (left to right)"][/caption] January 23, 2012, Wichita, Kansas - Great coaching and great food came together when legendary Major League baseball manager Tommy Lasorda visited Wichita Collegiate School. Mr. Lasorda attended the middle school boys' basketball practice where he encouraged the young athletes to “Play for the name on the front of your uniform...


Common Bonds with Common Market


SAGE is a strong supporter of local farm food. Behind the scenes, we are working with Common Market to increase the availability of locally grown food throughout the Philadelphia region. To learn more about Common Market and local food hubs, visit commonmarketphila.org. ...


Sweet Art

From Our Kitchen

[caption id="attachment_11992" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Christine Tilton's box of chocolates won first prize in The Art of Chocolate competition."][/caption] Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Chocolate more often appears in hearty confections than art collections. But representations of the sweet treat showed up on the dining hall wall of Moore College of Art & Design during The Art of Chocolate, the first annual food art competition. SAGE Dining Services' Food Service Director Anthony Condo and the college's Career Center challenged sophomore students to...


Fall in Love with Root and Tuber Vegetables

From Our Kitchen

As we close out National Sweet Potato Month, it's a great opportunity to branch out and try some lesser-known--but equally delicious--root and tuber vegetables. The terms, root and tuber refer to different parts of a vegetable. Roots are anchors in the soil that absorb nutrients and water; tubers are underground outgrowths that retain nourishment. Tubers can also sprout a new plant, like the eyes of a potato. These vegetables are in season during the fall and winter months. Before refrigeration was...


National Eating Disorders Awareness Week


You probably have been hearing a lot about eating disorders in the news lately. That is because this week (February 27 - March 3) is National Eating Disorders Awareness Week. It was created by National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) to increase awareness of the disorders through organized campaigns, presentations and published writings. The week calls on people, organizations, scientists and policymakers to promote change that will improve the detection, treatment and quality of life for those suffering from these disorders...


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