Online Only Content: The Food Issue
The current issue of Keene State Today has a focus on food, with a look at the topic from farm to table and beyond. Here’s some additional foodie content to supplement the print publication.
Keene State boasts numerous graduates who work in the “retail” end of the food business. Here’s a listing of just a few alumni who own or work in restaurants, markets, or food shops that you can visit. More about Foodies in the Marketplace
Students, staff, and faculty dined on local meats, produce, and dairy at the fall Localvore Lunch, a semi-annual event at the Zorn Dining Commons. More about Eat Local, Be Happy
Try These at Home
Remember Mrs. Young’s rhubarb punch? You might if you were on campus between 1939 and 1964. We dug up the recipe for the famous beverage made by the college president’s wife and present it along with a South African sauce recipe provided by a visiting chef. More about Try These at Home
“ A Place at the Table: One Nation, Underfed ” Photo by Jane Eklund
“A Place at the Table: One Nation, Underfed” is one of several sculptures displayed on campus and at the Monadnock Food Co-op in Keene this November as part of CANstruction, an annual international design/build competition that draws attention to the issue of hunger. This sculpture was created by a team from Markem-Imaje’s Keene location. Photo by Jane Eklund More about A Place at the Table
Home economics banquets were highlights for students at Keene Teachers’ College. This one was held in 1951.
Fifties’ Food Festivities
Links to more information
If you saw the eye – “Read more online at keene.edu/mag” – you’ll find links below to learn more about stories in the Winter 2013-14 issue of Keene State Today.
- Learn more about the Early Sprouts program.
- Learn more about Keene State’s Dietetic Internship program.
Faculty & Staff Accomplishments
- Paul Baures receives $65,000 grant to make oil pipelines safer.
- Julio Del Sesto ’07 receives volunteer award from Cedarcrest Center.
- Alice B. Fogel appointed New Hampshire Poet Laureate.
- Jamie Landau receives Lambda award.
- Susan Whittemore receives $69,169 grant to continue work on pollutants present in human milk and cord blood.