Move over Iron Chef, the regional ARAMARK Culinary Excellence Challenge is coming to campus on March 29. The ACE program allows the opportunity for chefs from colleges, universities, and conference centers around the country to showcase their culinary skills in a competitive environment. Eleven chefs will compete at UT, and one will advance to the
Students and employees across campus are now taking advantage of a new progressive sustainability campaign: the Mug Project. Members of the campus community can bring their own mug of twenty-four ounces or less and receive ninety-nine-cent drip coffee and fountain beverages.
Representatives from UT Knoxville and ARAMARK Higher Education, the university’s food service provider, recently spoke at a national conference focusing on creating sustainable campuses and communities. The 2011 Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education Conference, held from October 9-12 in Pittsburgh, Pa., is the largest North American conference focused on sustainability in
ARAMARK, the food service supplier for UT Knoxville, has announced the opening of two new dining options for the campus community. “Field of Greens,” a restaurant concept that specializes in fresh, made-to-order salads and wraps, a soup of the day, and desserts, is located in the Hermitage Room on the third floor of the University
UT Knoxville and ARAMARK, the university’s food service provider, are taking steps to reduce the amount of waste that is produced during the Destination ImagiNation Global Finals event on campus this week. ARAMARK plans to serve about 111,000 meals to over 5,400 guests on campus attending the event.
This week the university’s dining service announced a name change, extended hours of operation and new campus locations.
This week UT Dining opened a new eatery on campus, and has announced a new promotion to encourage foot traffic. Petro’s Chili and Chips is now open in the Rocky Top Café, located on the first floor of the UC. Indulge all your chili desires at this newest location of a local tradition. ARAMARK, which
Starting Oct. 1, faculty and staff at UT Knoxville can enjoy campus dining for a little less cash. ARAMARK, which operates campus dining, is launching a UT Reward card program that gives faculty and staff a 15 percent discount on regularly priced food and drink in ARAMARK-run dining establishments except the Varsity Inn in Gibbs