Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Haitian lunch to aid Haitian earthquake relief Apr. 23

HOUGHTON -- Khana Khazana ("food treasure"), a weekly international lunch cooked by international students and served in the Memorial Union Food Court at Michigan Tech, will wind up the semester the way it began, with a lunch benefiting the victims of the Haitian earthquake.

This Friday, April 23, Haitian graduate student Fredline Ilorme will cook Haitian specialties including pain patate (sweet potato pudding), rice and beans, chicken in Haitian sauce and fried plantains in sauce.

A full meal is $6, half of which ($3) will be donated to Haitian relief. Food will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The community is welcome!

Watch for Khana Khazana again next fall. Plans include more variety in food and more food representing different nations: Ghana, Pakistan, Japan and many more. Khana Khazana is a collaborative effort of international students and Dining Services.

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