Students from the Montana Student Dietetics Association, and enrolled in Anne Shovic’s Nutrition in the Lifecycle class, partnered with the Office of Student Engagement to celebrate the 7th National Food Day in the SUB ballrooms on Oct.
In the Union Market, a featured meal is available every “Montana Monday.” Last week, lamb lentil curry was served, including MSU-grown ingredients from the College of Agriculture.
From Nov. 4-18, MSU will be competing against the University of Montana in an event called “Can the Griz” for the 18th consecutive year.
In the basement of the Visual Communication Building, an innocent-looking group of students gathered. Each had brought with them an item for the creation of the ultimate lunch items: sandwiches.
Over 20 countries were represented at the 34th annual International Food Bazaar put on by international students at MSU on Saturday, Jan.
The Leigh Lounge acted as a venue for an unconventional meal of roasted cricket quesadillas, larval latkes, mango cricket shakes and white chocolate chip worm cookies during MSU’s 28th annual Bug Buffet.
When you walk in the front doors of Seven, often referred to as Seven Sushi, you might be surprised to find that it isn’t like the other sushi places in town.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, Feb. 20 because the SUB Ballrooms will be transformed into a cultural wonderland you won’t want to miss.
The creation of the Bobcat Food Pantry, a food pantry to serve MSU students and prevent food insecurity on campus, is becoming a reality.
“Well that was underwhelming,” was my initial response after leaving Miller Dining Hall for the first time this year. After a seemingly endless amount of renovations made to Miller in the past year, I was expecting something much more impressive than I was given.
Bozeman is home to some of the most diverse cuisines for being in such a rural state. When you come to a country state like Montana you expect to find steak, potatoes, hamburgers and general country dishes.
For those of you who are newcomers to Bozeman, you may not know that there are three self-serve yogurt shops in town: U-Swirl, Moberry and Culture (which is both a yogurt and coffee shop).