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FALL 2022 - WELCOME WEEK

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Friday, August 19

Allergen Workshop & Teaching Kitchen

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 10am to 11am
 Roth Food Court, Second Floor

This hands-on teaching kitchen workshop is for students who want to learn more about allergen- friendly cooking. The recipe chosen is from our OASIS station, which is the dedicated allergen - friendly station with foods prepared without any of the top nine allergens. During this workshop, you will learn the resources on campus that can support your growth here at SBU and how to enjoy all of your campus dining meals.

Registration for this event is now closed. This workshop was open to the first twelve students who registered to attend on SB Engaged.

Shark Week Desserts with award winning Pastry Chef, Chocolatier and Lead Baker - Lisamarie Gonzalez

 11:30am to 12:30pm
Roth Food Court, Second Floor

Learn to Bake It Better with Lisamarie Gonzalez, an award winning Pastry Chef, Chocolatier and Lead Baker at Stony Brook Hospital. Ms. Gonzalez was the 2nd Place Winner of the International Cake Decorating Contest at the Javits Center in New York City and is one of the top 10 bakers in the world! She will share her invaluable wealth of baking knowledge and top tips and tricks to bake the best cupcakes for Shark Week!

Registration for this event is now closed. This workshop was open to the first twelve students who registered to attend on SB Engaged.

Elevate Your Mood Teaching Kitchen with Laura Martorano, RD

 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Roth Food Court, Second Floor

In this hands-on workshop you will make mango avocado salsa, a recipe that will energize your body to help you feel your best! This easy-to-make recipe is made with ingredients that are widely available at the grocery store. The foods individuals eat the most often may have an effect on how they feel, not just physically but mentally and new menus that feature exciting and delicious mood-boosting ingredients, can reduce stress and help students to take care of their mind and body.

Registration for this event is now closed. This workshop was open to the first twelve students who registered to attend on SB Engaged.

Campus Resource Fair

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 2:30pm to 5:00pm
SAC Academic Mall

Join us at the SAC Academic Mall from 2:30pm to 5pm for fun events and great information about FSA services and dining on campus!

Peach Fest

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 Dinner
East Side Dine-In
West Side Dine-In

Join us for a special peach-themed dinner at East and West Side dine-in.

Menu:

  • Peach BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders
  • Grandma's Sicilian Pork Loin with Chili Peach Sauce and Grilled Peaches
  • Steamed Brown Rice
  • Sauteed Snow Peas
  • Grilled Tofu with Peach Salsa
  • Peach Tea
  • Peach Shortcake

The event is in the Dine-In location, so you can enter with a meal swipe, dining dollars, Wolfie Wallet, or credit/debit card and enjoy the event and all-you-care-to-eat menu options at all of the food platforms within Dine-In.

Center for Prevention and Outreach (CPO) Tabling

 4pm to 9pm
East Side Dine-In

Come say hi to our friends at CPO and learn more about all of their great resources available to students!

The event is in the Dine-In location, so you can enter with a meal swipe, dining dollars, Wolfie Wallet, or credit/debit card and enjoy the event and all-you-care-to-eat menu options at all of the food platforms within Dine-In.

Saturday, August 20

Smoky Roads BBQ at the Stadium

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 Starts at 4:30pm
 Kenneth P. LaValle Stadium

Join us at the Kenneth P LaValle Stadium starting at 4:30pm for a special Smoky Roads BBQ dinner.

Sunday, August 21

Making Sustainable Eating Easy and Fun

 12:00pm to 1:00pm
 Roth Food Court, Second Floor

Learn to reduce, reuse and recycle as well as understand the relationship between sustainability and our food systems. This workshop will help you locate resources for local farmers’ markets, teach you how to start growing your own produce and understand the nutritional benefits of local and home-grown fruits and vegetables. Learn to plant seedlings in compostable seed starters and grow your own herbs.

Registration for this event is now closed. This workshop was open to the first twelve students who registered to attend on SB Engaged.

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