Scrambled eggs, "breakfast potatoes", bacon, and Green Mountain Pumpkin Spice coffee. From St. Francis Hospital’s Gengras Cafeteria in Hartford, CT.
This was true institutional food service food. The eggs were homogenized, premixed, dense, and like Styrofoam. (The pebbly kind.) The "breakfast potatoes" were lukewarm and sweaty. The bacon was like jerky. It all was sitting under lamps for an indefinite time. Only the coffee was any good. I think this may be the hospital’s incentive to stay healthy and out of the hospital.
I offer this as an example to those who snidely assume my college’s cafe must be a food service cafeteria instead of the real-food kitchen that it is. The Corner Cafe is nothing like this, thank goodness.
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