Penn State Campus Residential Dining to Host the National Peanut Board
Penn State Campus Residential Dining, along with the National Peanut Board, invites all Penn State students to participate in a special lunch and dinner that will have one-of-a-kind peanut inspired options. The specialties will be served at all five campus dining halls on Tuesday, November 1, 2016.
All day, students can enjoy a fully stocked PB&J bar and delicious African peanut soup. At lunch, all dining commons will be serving Buckeye Brownies, a peanut butter layer on top of the chocolate brownie. For dinner, you can get a taste of the togarashi seared fresh catch with Thai peanut sauce and peanut butter no bake cookies for dessert.
Attendees will not only be able to enjoy special peanut-themed lunch and dinner options, but they will also be able to snag many different peanut-themed giveaways provided by the National Peanut Board. Students will be able to chance their luck on a special prize wheel and will be able to walk away with prizes such as pens, t-shirts, hats, notepads, notebooks and, of course, lots of peanuts. Also, students should be on the lookout for peanut butter sampling with PB Crave, and peanut sampling with Virginia Diner company.
Penn State Campus Residential Dining along with the National Peanut Board hopes to provide students with a fun and “nutty” event to start their November off on a good note!
Lunch is generally served between 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner is served between 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. However, these scheduled times change upon location. For more information on campus dining hours and locations please visit: http://foodservices.psu.edu/residential-dining-hours-fall-2016.
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