Food and Drink
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Dean Rakesh Khurana passes out tacos to students outside of Wigglesworth Hall as a study break to relieve stress.
Various aguas fresca beverages were available at Yardfest. The menu offerings included a burger bar, baby kale caesar, and pasta salad primavera, and well as fruit and ice cream sandwiches.
With the goal of finding the perfect combination for Harvard diners, Harvard Campus Services continues to experiment with the selection of food trucks in the Science Center Plaza.
Claire T. Lo ’16, left, a Winthrop Food Literacy fellow, has FAS SEAS postdoctoral fellow Xianming Zhang, right, name grains at the Harvard Sustainability Fair on Wednesday afternoon. Zhang studies environmental contaminants relating to food and said he found the fair interesting.
Gary Matthews of the Whole Foods Food Truck enjoys working at Harvard in particular: "I've found that students here make informed nutritional choices, which allows us to continually update our menu in interesting and health-conscious ways."
Hungry students, faculty and tourists enjoy a variety of cuisines from food trucks at the Science Center Plaza. Bon Me offers Vietnamese-fusion options and Rhythm n' Wraps caters toward the vegetarian crowd with meat-free wraps and plates.
Food trucks prepare great quantities of food in cramped quarters daily for hungry customers. The Whole Foods Food Truck was completely sold out by 2pm on Wednesday afternoon.
Mark your calendars because today the healthy fast-food restaurant Clover will open up its first ever 24-hour restaurant!
FM suggests that the FDO try hosting Food Fight Fortnight, an opportunity for students to get real hands-on experience in their concentrations with like-minded freshmen. We imagine it would play out something like this...
It’s Wednesday afternoon and a group of library staff members have gathered for an important vote. Carefully examining the entries, they mark down votes on a ballot which includes categories from “wittiest/punniest” and “most resembles a book,” to “most inedible.” This is Lamont Library’s first edible book contest since 2009 (though I will come to see that both the “book” and “edible” requirements are really more like loose guidelines), a celebration of the scholarly and scrumptious. Lamont’s contest is an incarnation of the Edible Book Festival, an annual competition for “bibliophiles, book artists, and food lovers around the world,” according to the website.