Local Meal Makes Good

Fans Of Tasty Food Flock To EMU For School’s Annual Fall Harvest Dinner

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Posted: October 9, 2012

Eastern Mennonite University sophomore Marc Lovell, 19, (center left) and freshman Jesse Reist, 18, fill their plates with sweet-and-sour cabbage and ground beef during last week’s Fall Harvest Local Meal at Eastern Mennonite University. (Photos by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
The apple cobbler served at the Fall Harvest dinner was prepared with locally grown apples.
Students select locally grown butternut squash, farm-raised beef, potatoes, and salad greens at last week’s Fall Harvest Local Meal at Eastern Mennonite University.
HARRISONBURG — Ranita Shenk’s favorite part of the Fall Harvest dinner was squash picked straight out of one of Eastern Mennonite University’s five campus gardens.

The 20-year-old sophomore made…


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