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the act of eating dinner

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I am glad that our students had to dig out the place for their kitchen and dining room.
When our old students return to Tuskegee now, as they often do, and go into our large, beautiful, well-ventilated, and well-lighted dining room, and see tempting, well-cooked food--largely grown by the students themselves--and see tables, neat tablecloths and napkins, and vases of flowers upon the tables, and hear singing birds, and note that each meal is served exactly upon the minute, with no disorder, and with almost no complaint coming from the hundreds that now fill our dining room, they, too, often say to me that they are glad that we started as we did, and built ourselves up year by year, by a slow and natural process of growth.
Three hundred persons took their seats in the dining room, according to their rank and importance: the more important nearer to the honored guest, as naturally as water flows deepest where the land lies lowest.
Dining services departments across the country are putting the internet and related technologies to use in ways that would've made Buck Rogers proud, and full.
Their desire to know not only what's in their food but also from where it comes rules many of their daily dining decisions.
Colleges and universities are turning to technology to make students' dining experiences as streamlined and fulfilling as possible.
A glance around LTK's swank dining room shows several faces alit with the glow of Sony LCD touch screens no bigger than sheets of paper.
Findings on Nutrition and Away-from-Home Dining Presented at NAASO Obesity Summit in Boston
In planning this year's Nutritional DiningStyles study, professional services provider ARAMARK partnered with several prominent obesity and nutrition researchers to design and analyze its survey of more than 200 nutrition and dining related measures.
Consumer satisfaction with healthy items away-from-home slipped dramatically in 2006, most significantly among Fine Dining, Family Style and Casual Dining restaurant formats.
Based on extensive consumer research, ARAMARK has introduced several dining programs and educational tools to help consumers find healthier selections at schools, hospitals, businesses, universities and other away-from-home dining venues.
PHILADELPHIA -- Consumers are now more concerned than ever with the health and nutrition of the foods they eat, according to research on the away-from-home dining habits and nutritional preferences of more than 5,000 Americans.
According to ARAMARK's (NYSE:RMK) Nutritional DiningStyles(TM) Research, first presented in October 2005 to scientists at the NAASO Obesity Summit, "Health Consciousness" now ranks as the fourth most influential dining out motivation, up from number five in 2004.
More information on the Nutritional DiningStyles(TM) Research, including an online calculator where consumers can find their own dining style and receive dietary tips, is available at www.
The "Fresh & Healthy" campaign features colorful point-of-sale materials that playfully direct customers to the healthier food options available at that dining location.