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Celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month

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National Hispanic Heritage Month is a dedicated time to celebrate the culture, contributions, and influence of Hispanic Americans on the history and culture of the United States. While it may seem strange to begin and end a celebration mid-month, the monthlong period encompasses many celebrations and traditions. Independence and Día de la Raza The U.S. begins its celebration on September 15 because it's the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua. Mexico and Chile celebrate...


Sweet & Savory Holiday Cheese Board

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Cheese boards are perfect for entertaining and engaging your guests and they also make great gifts! There are so many options of cheese and other accompaniments to add, so you can make it different every time. Follow along with SAGE’s Director of Menu Development Rob Coutu as he creates a cheese board with four types of cheese and discusses ideal pairings and servingware. Sweet & Savory Holiday Cheese Board from SAGE Dining Services® on Vimeo.  ...


A Brief History of the Slow Cooker

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While the technique of low-and-slow cooking has been around since the 18th century, the slow cooker appliance as we know it today was developed in the 1930s by Jewish inventor Irving Nachumsohn. In eastern Europe during the Sabbath, families often prepared cholent, a traditional Jewish stew made of meat, beans, and vegetables and cooked slowly at a low temperature. However, the Jewish community was prohibited from cooking because of the Sabbath, so they would bring pots of stew to a...


Celebrating National Native American Heritage Month

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What began as a day of recognition in the early 1900s with American Indian Day is now a monthlong celebration of the rich cultures and traditions of American Indians. Also known as American Indian Heritage Month or American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, National Native American Heritage Month honors the many Indigenous people of the United States. Each November, we celebrate the history, culture, traditions, and contributions American Indians and Alaska Natives have made in shaping the United States...


Celebrating Canada’s October Holidays

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October is home to two monthlong celebrations in Canada: Women’s History Month and Latin American Heritage Month. Let’s take a look at how these holidays are celebrated in Canada and how food plays a role.  Women’s History Month corresponds with the celebration of International Day of the Girl (October 11) and Persons Day (October 18). This year marks the 30th anniversary of the commemorative month and has the theme of “She Did, So Now I Can,” which celebrates...


Celebrating Vegetarian Awareness Month

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October is Vegetarian Awareness Month, and since many of the community members we serve follow vegetarian eating patterns, we want to recognize them!  There are many myths surrounding the vegetarian diet, including a plant-based diet can’t meet our nutrient needs. However, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, vegetarian diets (including vegan) that are varied and well thought out are nutritious and balanced and can provide a wealth of health benefits to support overall well-being.  A common...


Celebrating Fall Jewish Holidays

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由希伯来历决定, Rosh Hashana, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot fall on different dates each year, typically between September and October. Let’s take a closer look at each of these religious holidays and some of their culinary traditions.  Rosh Hashana  Rosh Hashana, meaning “head of the year,” celebrates the Jewish new year and commemorates the birth of the universe. A time to celebrate new beginnings, Rosh Hashana is a period of prayer, blessings, and reflection. This year...


International Cuisine: Costa Rica

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Known for its political stability and high standard of living, Costa Rica sits at the intersection of three geographic areas: Mexico and Central America, South America, and the Caribbean. Its cuisine has transformed over time as different cultural groups have arrived and blended their flavors and ingredients to create new tastes. As a result, there are three general cultural sections: the Afro-Caribbean Atlantic coast; Guanacaste in the northwest, one of Costa Rica’s most popular tourist destinations; and the Hispanic-influenced Central...


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