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Dinner Buffet

Love at first bite.

225-578-2356

$79.95 all inclusive dinner for two with a complimentary long stemmed rose for your loved one.

.

Friday, February 14th Saturday, February 15th

Baton Rouge, LA 70803

www.theclubatlsu.com

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Please make your reservation at: www.theclubatlsu.com/reservation

.

@TheClubLSU

Valentine’s Day

Like “LSU Dining” on Facebook for a chance to win a FREE dinner buffet for two.

Corner of Highland Rd. & Raphael Semmes

The Club at LSU Union Square

A monthly publication of LSU Dining - We feed Tigers!

ISSUE #10- Spring 2014

TIGER FOOD February’s Superfood Briggitte Mosley FMP, MPA, RD / LDN

FROM OUR KITCHEN TO YOURS! Sweet Potato Oranges Oranges are hollowed out and filled with mashed sweet potatoes, orange juice, eggs, vanilla extract and butter. A sweet, buttery pecan topping is spooned on top, and the oranges are baked. This is a sweet treat that's impressive and tasty."

Totally Appeeling Citrus fruits were one of the first foods to show the

Hey, you! Yes, you! Now that I’ve got your attention, connection between diet and disease prevention. These fruits are packed with antioxidants I’d like to speak toready-to-eat, you for winter a second. No, don’t worry, you’re and are perfect for snacking throughout the day!

not in trouble, but I would like to tell you a few facts about February’s Superfood... Citrus! Did you know that all citrus fruit is acidic?! That’s right, the citric acid in these fruits $

gives the fruit the known “sour” taste! Tell that to your friends and impress them with your SUPERFOOD knowledge! Sure, that delicious double-serving apple crunch pie

INGREDIENTS 6 oranges 3 cups cooked, mashed sweet potatoes 1 cup white sugar 1/4 cup orange juice 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 cup butter, softened, divided 1 tablespoon grated orange peel 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon all-purpose flour 1 cup chopped pecans

you just ate may be good for your soul, but citrus is actually the most detoxifying fruit and an excellent food! There is

Directions

more fiber in an orange than in most other fruits and

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2. Prepare oranges by cutting tops off, 1/4 to 1/2 inch down. Spoon out the flesh, leaving a shell. 3. In a large bowl combine sweet potatoes, sugar, orange juice, eggs, vanilla extract, 1/2 cup butter and grated orange peel. Spoon mixture into orange shells. Place in a deep casserole dish. 4. In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine remaining 1/2 cup butter, brown sugar, flour and pecans. Cook until sugar dissolves in melted butter. Spoon over oranges. Fill casserole dish with water to reach 1/2 inch in depth. 5. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes.

vegetables! Next time, when your ice cream withdrawals kick in, just walk past the ice cream and get yourself an orange or tangerine to go! Lastly, and maybe most importantly, fruit has a very positive effect on the brain’s memory and will improve your exam results. Don’t believe it? Believe it now! We do not suggest that your new study preparation involves purely eating citrus fruits and not study, although these fruits protect neurons and enhance the function of neurons!

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water: drink plenty of it daily to stay hydrated. Water flushes out toxins that can build up in fatty tissues and keeps our cells plump, kind of like lettuce leaves. Water also helps reduce dark circles under the eyes and helps reduce the development of wrinkles.

dark leafy greens: spinach, kale, collards, arugula, and other leafy greens help fight UV damage caused by the sun which means fewer wrinkles.

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yogurt: plain yogurt is loaded with calcium that helps keep bones strong. It also helps fight cavities and keeps your teeth white.

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lean beef: eating beef less often is best for your heart, but be sure to include it once or twice a week for a healthy dose of iron. Iron helps oxygen get to all our organs and skin cells which helps your skin glow.

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citrus fruits: loaded with Vitamin C, citrus fruits pack a hefty dose of antioxidants. Vitamin C in particular plays a role in the prevention of skin damage and helps maintain elasticity of the skin (i.e. prevents wrinkles).

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If you consistently eat junky food, you are going to look and feel terrible. The right foods, full of vitamins, minerals and good fats help keep your skin glowing, your hair shiny and make your nails grow long and strong. If everything is healthy on the inside, it shines through on the outside. If you still think eating for beauty is vain, consider this. At worst, eating this way will help control your weight but at best it can have many positive impacts on your life.

healthy fats: found in olive oil, nuts, seeds and fatty fish. The fatty acids nourish your skin and give it a radiant beautiful glow. Most of these foods also contain Vitamin E which is an antioxidant that helps maintain skin integrity.

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www.theclubatlsu.com (225) 578-2356

eating right can help you look your best foods help smiles, skin, hair & nails look great

Got a Valentines date? Make a reservation.

dineoncampus.com/schoolname

Wednesday

Other: water, green tea, flax, walnuts, almonds, olive oil

Tuesday

Proteins: lean beef, dark meat poultry, seafood-especially oysters-salmon, mackerel, tuna, anchovy, chickpeas, lentils and low fat milk

Monday

Vegetables: spinach, beet greens, collard greens, carrots, squash, pumpkin, bell peppers, red onion and all other darkly or brightly colored vegetables

Sunday

Fruits: blueberries, strawberries, cranberries, bananas, kiwi, lemon, all other bright or dark colored fruits including black grapes, purple grapes, blackberries, mangoes and tomatoes

February 2014

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Proud to Look Good Foods


Foods you should eat more of:

28

22

25 24 23

DINNER

     

L  <

17

National Cabbage Day!

26 Mardi Gras Masquerade

27 National

Chocolate Cake Day!

21 19 

20  3 18

LUNCH

Chef special to reflect nutrition

LUNCH

Chef special to reflect nutrition

13 Nutrition at 459 Commons!

12

Your Region Your World

5

TEXAS

DINNER

15 Phlat Out  Sammys 14

7 6 National

DINING

Mobile

Happy Valentines Day!

8

1

Saturday Friday Thursday

Day!

16

water: drink plenty of it daily to stay hydrated. Water flushes out toxins that can build up in fatty tissues and keeps our cells plump, kind of like lettuce leaves. Water also helps reduce dark circles under the eyes and helps reduce the development of wrinkles.

dark leafy greens: spinach, kale, collards, arugula, and other leafy greens help fight UV damage caused by the sun which means fewer wrinkles.

11

yogurt: plain yogurt is loaded with calcium that helps keep bones strong. It also helps fight cavities and keeps your teeth white.

Nutrition at The 5!

lean beef: eating beef less often is best for your heart, but be sure to include it once or twice a week for a healthy dose of iron. Iron helps oxygen get to all our organs and skin cells which helps your skin glow.

10

citrus fruits: loaded with Vitamin C, citrus fruits pack a hefty dose of antioxidants. Vitamin C in particular plays a role in the prevention of skin damage and helps maintain elasticity of the skin (i.e. prevents wrinkles).

9

If you consistently eat junky food, you are going to look and feel terrible. The right foods, full of vitamins, minerals and good fats help keep your skin glowing, your hair shiny and make your nails grow long and strong. If everything is healthy on the inside, it shines through on the outside. If you still think eating for beauty is vain, consider this. At worst, eating this way will help control your weight but at best it can have many positive impacts on your life.

healthy fats: found in olive oil, nuts, seeds and fatty fish. The fatty acids nourish your skin and give it a radiant beautiful glow. Most of these foods also contain Vitamin E which is an antioxidant that helps maintain skin integrity.

4

Ever heard the saying â&#x20AC;&#x153;you are what you eatâ&#x20AC;?? Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s really true, on the inside and on the outside.

3

,"$

&'

By Laura Conway, MS, RD

2

"+

$%

( &) & *

Superbowl Sunday!

! "# "

www.theclubatlsu.com (225) 578-2356

eating right can help you look your best foods help smiles, skin, hair & nails look great

Got a Valentines date? Make a reservation.

dineoncampus.com/schoolname

Wednesday

Other: water, green tea, flax, walnuts, almonds, olive oil

Tuesday

Proteins: lean beef, dark meat poultry, seafood-especially oysters-salmon, mackerel, tuna, anchovy, chickpeas, lentils and low fat milk

Monday

Vegetables: spinach, beet greens, collard greens, carrots, squash, pumpkin, bell peppers, red onion and all other darkly or brightly colored vegetables

Sunday

Fruits: blueberries, strawberries, cranberries, bananas, kiwi, lemon, all other bright or dark colored fruits including black grapes, purple grapes, blackberries, mangoes and tomatoes

February 2014

BALANCED U

Proud to Look Good Foods


Dinner Buffet

Love at first bite.

225-578-2356

$79.95 all inclusive dinner for two with a complimentary long stemmed rose for your loved one.

.

Friday, February 14th Saturday, February 15th

Baton Rouge, LA 70803

www.theclubatlsu.com

5:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Please make your reservation at: www.theclubatlsu.com/reservation

.

@TheClubLSU

Valentine’s Day

Like “LSU Dining” on Facebook for a chance to win a FREE dinner buffet for two.

Corner of Highland Rd. & Raphael Semmes

The Club at LSU Union Square

A monthly publication of LSU Dining - We feed Tigers!

ISSUE #10- Spring 2014

TIGER FOOD February’s Superfood Briggitte Mosley FMP, MPA, RD / LDN

FROM OUR KITCHEN TO YOURS! Sweet Potato Oranges Oranges are hollowed out and filled with mashed sweet potatoes, orange juice, eggs, vanilla extract and butter. A sweet, buttery pecan topping is spooned on top, and the oranges are baked. This is a sweet treat that's impressive and tasty."

Totally Appeeling Citrus fruits were one of the first foods to show the

Hey, you! Yes, you! Now that I’ve got your attention, connection between diet and disease prevention. These fruits are packed with antioxidants I’d like to speak toready-to-eat, you for winter a second. No, don’t worry, you’re and are perfect for snacking throughout the day!

not in trouble, but I would like to tell you a few facts about February’s Superfood... Citrus! Did you know that all citrus fruit is acidic?! That’s right, the citric acid in these fruits $

gives the fruit the known “sour” taste! Tell that to your friends and impress them with your SUPERFOOD knowledge! Sure, that delicious double-serving apple crunch pie

INGREDIENTS 6 oranges 3 cups cooked, mashed sweet potatoes 1 cup white sugar 1/4 cup orange juice 2 eggs, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla extract1 cup butter, softened, divided 1 tablespoon grated orange peel 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 teaspoon all-purpose flour 1 cup chopped pecans

you just ate may be good for your soul, but citrus is actually the most detoxifying fruit and an excellent food! There is

Directions

more fiber in an orange than in most other fruits and

1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 2. Prepare oranges by cutting tops off, 1/4 to 1/2 inch down. Spoon out the flesh, leaving a shell. 3. In a large bowl combine sweet potatoes, sugar, orange juice, eggs, vanilla extract, 1/2 cup butter and grated orange peel. Spoon mixture into orange shells. Place in a deep casserole dish. 4. In a small saucepan over medium heat, combine remaining 1/2 cup butter, brown sugar, flour and pecans. Cook until sugar dissolves in melted butter. Spoon over oranges. Fill casserole dish with water to reach 1/2 inch in depth. 5. Bake in preheated oven for 30 minutes.

vegetables! Next time, when your ice cream withdrawals kick in, just walk past the ice cream and get yourself an orange or tangerine to go! Lastly, and maybe most importantly, fruit has a very positive effect on the brain’s memory and will improve your exam results. Don’t believe it? Believe it now! We do not suggest that your new study preparation involves purely eating citrus fruits and not study, although these fruits protect neurons and enhance the function of neurons!

www.lsudining.com

“LIKE” LSU Dining

Tiger Food - February 2014  

LSU's monthly resident dining newsletter and events calendar.

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