Story posted September 28, 2011
Throughout the year, Dining Service works with student organizations to highlight specific cuisines with themed meals. On September 21, Thorne Hall squeezed a lot of limes and presented a menu of Latin American dishes which really turned up the heat in the dining hall. In addition to house-smoked pulled pork with mojo, there was Jamaican jerk seitan, Cuban chicken, and seafood stew. Perhaps most popular were the golden pillows of fried plantain, lightly salted and served, of course, with a squeeze of fresh lime.