Dining Services’ offers a taste of Spain

PULLMAN – During the week of Sept. 15 – 19, WSU Dining Services will offer patrons a journey of culinary adventure and delight. Dining Services will feature “A Taste of Spain” at each of the three primary dining facilities: Hillside Café, Northside Café, and Southside Café. 

Throughout the week, the following menu items will be available: 

Hillside Café (11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Monday – Friday) Monday – Garlic Chicken with Toasted Bread and Steamed Baby Carrots Tuesday – Pork Chops with Prunes with Baked Polenta and Steamed Broccoli Wednesday – Spanish Style Beef Kebabs with Spinach with Raisins and Pine Nuts and White Rice Thursday – Meatballs in Spicy Tomato Sauce with Buttered Noodles and Green Beans Friday – Garlic Prawns with Rice Pilaf and Stuffed Tomatoes

Northside Café (11 a.m. – 2 p.m., Monday – Friday) Monday – Gazpacho with Oil and Garlic Crustini’s and Castilian Rack of Beef with Baker’s Potatoes Tuesday – Tapas:  Wine & Ham Croquettes and Chicken & Cheese Quesadillas Wednesday – Chicken Casserole with Almonds and Pine Nuts and Saffron Rice with Tomato & Basil Salad Thursday – Red Bean, Chorizo & Bacon Stew, and Murcian Style Clams with Crusty Bread
Friday – Arroz con Pollo with Green Salad and Flan   

Southside Café (11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m., Monday – Friday)              
Monday – Gazpacho Soup with Olive Oil Toast Tuesday – Spanish Tortillas and Marinated Olives Wednesday – Braised Lamb Shanks with Cannellini Beans, Shrimp Paella with Sautéed Swiss Chard, and Don Quixote’s Grilled Trout with Toasted Pine Nuts and Saffron Sauce Thursday – Orange Flan and Chocolate Fig Bonbons
Friday – Chicken Wings in Escabeche and Papas Bravas   

For more information please visit http://dining.wsu.edu.

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