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At Sunrise communities, dining is all about fresh, flavorful and nutritious meals. Sunrise chefs meet the unique nutritional needs of seniors, while also creating a variety of delicious and creative offerings.
In Tuesday’s first annual Sunrise SeniorEats™ Nutritional Challenge at The Fairfax, a Sunrise community in the Washington, D.C. metro area, five chefs from Sunrise communities across the U.S. and Canada closely competed to win the title of Sunrise Signature Chef. This cook-off competition highlighted and celebrated the best Sunrise community chefs and their nutritious specialties. Bob Brown of Sunrise of Norwood, Mass., took home the title with his Cod in Tarragon Tomato Broth recipe.
At Sunrise communities, dining is all about fresh, flavorful and nutritious meals. Food is prepared from scratch with fresh ingredients and communities work with local vendors to ensure that they source seasonal and regional specialties. Sunrise chefs infuse extensive training and creativity in meeting the unique nutritional needs of seniors, while also creating a variety of delicious offerings.
Mind, body and spirit
Darrell Woods, executive director at the assisted living community, told the news source that a few dishes on the Brighton Gardens menu stand out as favorites among residents.
Whether Alzheimer’s disease is preventable is a commonly asked question, and the answer has yet to be scientifically determined. Researchers are focusing enormous efforts on finding a cure along with investigating preventative strategies, many of which consider how nutrition affects the brain.