"DON'T TONE DOWN THE SPICES! IT'S GOOD THE WAY IT IS also, the cooler should have quesadillas. and curly fries. and malt powder for milkshakes would be cool. pupusas would be delicious. burritos or tacos al pastor. and one more thing: breakfast burritos are good."
We assume you're referring to the spices on "Meatless Monday" - each week the recipes will be a little different - keep the comments coming ;-)
Re: your Tiger Cooler suggestions: The grill top isn't large enough to always have quesadillas. But on occasion we do have quesadillas as a special. Curly fries are a frequent weekend special (they were offered Saturday 9/29 for instance). The issue preventing us from always having curly fries is (again) space - there is just one fryer well at the Cooler, and three fried items to prepare: French Fries, Mozarella Sticks and Onion Rings. Malt Powder has not been available through our regular supplier recently, but we will research if it is available through another source.
Re: your Marketplace suggestions: Pupusas are labor intensive, and we unfortunately haven't found a source for a good, pre-made verions. While we don't have the proper slow roasting rotisserie equipment to make authentic Tacos al Pastor, we can make a similar recipe - we've passed the suggestion on to our kitchen team. Did you know that you should be able to get an open-faced breakfast burrito any day of the week at the Grill Station? Just ask for your favorite fillings on a large flour tortilla. Occasionally we'll also have burritos for weekend brunches.
"Thank you for serving tempeh at homestyle today! I much prefer it to tofu and would love for The Marketplace to serve tempeh more often."
While there don't seem to be as many large quantity recipes for tempeh as for tofu, we love your comment and it will inspire us to keep trying!
"I can't eat gluten and noticed the "bangers with carmalized onions" today in the MP at homeastyle. Since it wasn't labeled GF, I decided against ordering it. Can you please confirm that this food item was in fact not gluten free?"
Bangers are not gluten free. Traditional British Bangers are made with breadcrumbs. The total list of ingredients for the Saag's British Banger is: Pork, Water, Bread Crumbs (Enriched Wheat Flour, [Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Folic Acid], Corn Syrup, Water, Soybean Oil and/or Canola Oil, Salt, Yeast, Whey, Soy Flour), Sodium Lactate, Corn Syrup Solids, Fresh Onions, Salt, Sugar, Spices, Sodium Phosphate, Natural Flavorings, Garlic in Natural Pork Casing.
"The specialty salad with quinoa and chickpeas over spinach was great!"
Glad you liked it - BTW, this salad is a good source of protein and calcium!
"The orange and ginger couscous at homestyle tonight was awesome!! Please serve it again soon."
Thanks for your comment - we'll do our best!
(Tiger Cooler) "Please lower the cost of cereal". $2 for around 3-4 bites of cereal is ridiculous. Thanks."
Johnson Student Center, 2nd Floor