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We pride ourselves on providing an excellent dining experience and constantly look at ways to offer more variety to our menus. One of our many (and admittedly, favorite) ways to do this is by hosting our annual Senior Eats™ Nutritional Challenge – a friendly competition among Sunrise chefs to create a meal that is not only nutritionally sound but something residents will love to eat.
March 2015 Dear Residents & Families: It’s time to say goodbye to winter! We are ready for the transition to spring with our Sunrise spring/summer menu, available in communities soon.
Last Tuesday, September 16th, dining services coordinator Brent Hagel of Sunrise of West Hills, CA, competed against 4 other finalists in the 2014 Senior Eats ® Nutritional Challenge. The dish that had him stand out amongst 60 recipes submitted across the U.S. and Canada? Thai Curry Pineapple Chicken!
Dining services coordinator, Brian Amery, from Sunrise of Wilmington, DE, was one of the lucky five finalists flown to The Fairfax in Fort Belvoir, VA, to compete in this year’s Senior Eats® Nutritional Challenge. Combining fresh seafood and a tangy dressing over quinoa salad, his dish for Sautéed Striped Bass caught the eyes of our corporate Dining team amongst roughly 60 recipes submitted from across the U.S. and Canada.
This delicious recipe, brought to us by Senior Eats® Nutritional Challenge finalist David Chiasson of Sunrise of Burlington, MA, is the perfect balance of great taste and great nutrition.
At Sunrise communities, dining is all about fresh, flavorful and nutritious meals. Sunrise culinary professionals meet the unique nutritional needs of seniors, while also creating a variety of delicious and creative offerings.