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The dining services coordinator at
The Quadrangle in Haverford, PA, shares the following recipe for Scrambled Eggs Provençal, a family holiday favorite. It all started when his grandmother met his grandfather in France during WWII – she served him this very dish as he passed through!
The dining service coordinator at Sunrise of Severna Park, MD, has a modern twist on the classic favorite Eggs Benedict. He shared, “My wife and I love kale and breakfast, and like to eat healthier. I designed this recipe from years as a chef, using many variations, and we like this one the best as it is quite simple and not time consuming. This is served for breakfast mostly, but I have served as a brunch menu item, and as lighter dinner fare.”
Sunrise of West Bloomfield, MI, earn the honorable title Employee of the Month! Using extra ingredients he had on hand from breakfast, he put something quick and delicious together for his fellow Dining team members – now dubbed the “Sunny Farm Delight”. It went over so well that it is now a community favorite among residents.
Oatmeal is a go-to breakfast food for many seniors, but the dish can get boring if you prepare it the same way every time. The good news is that there are lots of creative ways to spice up your morning oatmeal without losing any of the nutritional benefits. Here are four ways to put a new spin on your favorite breakfast and start your day off right.
Nutritionists have long claimed that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. While researchers have since found that this dining time is not the most essential, they've noted it's equally crucial to enjoy a healthy breakfast as it is to eat a nutritious lunch and dinner.
If you head out to the streets and ask for a random show of hands to see how many people enjoy a good grilled cheese every now and then, all of the positive responses probably won't be surprising. With National Grilled Cheese Day upon us, people throughout your senior living community - and everyone else across the country, for that matter - have an ideal excuse to chow down on this childhood favorite. While simply thinking about biting into one of these crispy yet melty treats may make your mouth water, reflecting on its nutritional facts could hold you back. By following some of these pointers, you can cut out dietary offenders, while still having yourself a gooey grilled cheese.
During the winter months, seniors living in retirement communities may want to enjoy a delicious yet healthy pick-me-up to brighten their days. Luckily, National Strawberry Day is right around the corner, giving people the perfect excuse to add a bit of sweetness to their lives. When Feb. 27 rolls around, seniors should be sure to whip up some simple dishes centered around strawberries, relishing both the flavor and the health benefits that come from these juicy berries.
The chef at Sunrise of Lafayette Hill, PA, was inspired by the tropical flavors of his home country, The Philippines. The dish is focused around a unique twist on seafood salad, using ripe mango, a fruit that is plentiful in the island nation.