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National Nutrition Month continues at WakeMed. To celebrate, Café 3000 (on the Raleigh Campus) offered a “Create Your Own” Legume & Ancient Grain Salad. Hungry diners had the opportunity to create their own nutritious salads from a variety of wholesome toppings, including farro grain, wheat berries, bulgur, fruits, nuts, cheeses, tuna, chicken and tomatoes. Learn more about the health benefits of certain ancient grains, including farro, bulgur and wheat berries.
The cafeteria is also showcasing spices to highlight the practice of adding flavor instead of calories and/or sodium to everyday foods. One menu offering has been Lemon Herb Half Chicken with a Brussels Sprout & Kale Salad and Tarragon Honey Carrots. We shared the recipe for this healthy dish below (serves four). Come visit us as Café 3000 during National Nutrition Month!
*2 each 3-lb. whole chickens
*4 each lemons
*4 Tablespoons garlic herb (sodium-free seasoning)
*1/4 cup dried thyme
*2 cups fresh Brussels sprouts
*2 cups kale, fresh
*1 large garlic clove
*1 large shallot
*1/8 cup grated pecorino cheese
*1/4 cup toasted walnuts, chopped
*1 Tablespoon Dijon Mustard
*2 lemons, zested and juiced
*Salt and pepper to taste.
*8 each large carrots, peeled & large diced
*1 Tablespoon honey
*1 teaspoon olive oil
*1 Tablespoon Tarragon, fresh and chopped
Jennifer Leamons is the chef at WakeMed Raleigh Campus’ Café 3000.
3000 New Bern Ave.
Raleigh, NC 27610