This very helpful book has a comically long title for a reason. Itâ€™s an inside joke among House Directors, and after you read it, youâ€™ll see why itâ€™s officially named â€œHow to Feed a Sorority House Without Sprouting Feathers (by not relying too much on chicken):A School Yearâ€™s Worth of Sorority Menus.â€
Want to eat well this year?
Part of the appeal of sorority life is having communal meals centered around freshly-prepared food. This book was written in direct response to the many comments and complaints House Directors field about the food and cooks in their houses. Food has a big impact on morale. Preparing nutritious menus that a diverse group of young women in this age group like can be very challenging for cooks. Thatâ€™s why weâ€™re giving you our tried and true choices.
Please realize that this is not a recipe book. Your kitchen should be stocked with plenty of cookbooks designed for cooking for crowds.
This is a menu guide for the entire year, full of food choices that work. Itâ€™s something you can share with your cook to help her/him out. Or use it yourself if youâ€™re responsible for planning the menus. Believe us when we say that this gets to be a huge chore week after week. Save yourself time and aggravation. Make planning and ordering easy, and delicious.
Included in this book are lots of food service tips. And youâ€™ll find practical advice for working with each member of the kitchen staff, and a description of their duties.
You need to know all of this whether youâ€™re a new House Director, or gaining your on-the-job experience. Dealing with food service in one way or another is a big part of your job!
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