What’s for dinner?

What’s for dinner? 

With Cook’n for College Kids, it doesn’t have to be the same old thing. If college students are getting tired of eating basic macaroni and cheese, they should try adding fried Canadian bacon, Cajun seasoning and herbs to the boxed staple.That recipe, and more than 100 like it, are featured in Cook’n for College Kids, a package of recipe software that is the brainchild of Brian Bergquist BS ’89, MS ’90, Ed. S. ’94, associate professor of hospitality and tourism.Bergquist approached DVO Enterprises, the company that publishes the Cook’n software series, to add recipes targeting college students. The company agreed, and recipes were collected from UW-Stout students in the food production laboratory. The recipes use inexpensive food, are easy for beginners and will impress friends. The software, which is available on CD or DVD, includes menu planning tips, shopping lists and nutrition information.

More recipes in PDF file format:

Apple Rosemary Pork Loin
Cook'n Cheaters Chicken Cordon Bleu
Easy Chicken Fajitas
Tomato Basil Pizza

Summer Outlook 2012