Tired of the hot meals? Got a little free time to spare? It's time to experiment with THE PITA.

Tired of the hot meals? Got a little free time to spare? It’s time to experiment with THE PITA. Photos taken by Marilyn Bannfoe-Bonnie

Every so often you might feel the urgent need to eat something new in the DC. The Student Activities Office is rolling out a new series of blog posts called DC Hacks to give you some fresh ideas for creative DC Meals. We begin with: The Pita, Nilla Wafers, and a Granola Yogurt Mix.

As you can see the pita can be a flexible component of any meal at the DC. In the above photo you see two types of pita sandwiches. One with tomato, cheddar cheese, soy beans, pepper ham and sriracha and the other has hummus, tomato, cucumber, feta, and sriracha. You can put pretty much anything in pita bread and they fit really well on the panini press. Pita bread is located with the rest of the breads right next to the salad bars on both wings of the DC. Normally they are at the top of the rack. It takes 5-10 minutes to put together a good pita sandwich.

I also included a photo of my favorite dessert at the DC. Plain yogurt, with chocolate chips, walnuts, craisins, and NILLA WAFFERS. It’s like eating kiwi, minus the froyo part, but if you want to add soft serve ice cream into the mix, go for it!

We’d love to hear about your favorite DC meals! Email us at fordshavemorefun@gmail.com or comment on this post to let us know.

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  • Jacob Lowy ’14 is a Political Science major at Haverford College. He is a co-president of the Haverford Students' Council, former captain and current member of the Haverford Men’s Ultimate Frisbee Team and also plays violin. Jacob works for the Haverford Student Activities Office. In his free time, Jacob enjoys running, reading historical fiction, playing FIFA and watching the NBA.

  • 14 September 2013
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