Luncheon series to again feature gourmet meals for $12 per person

UMES is eager to showcase the talents of its upcoming hospitality management students during the gourmet dining series.

UMES is eager to showcase the talents of its upcoming hospitality management students during the gourmet dining series.

PRINCESS ANNE — Tickets are now on sale for the much anticipated luncheon series on select Mondays and Wednesdays throughout the spring by the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s Hospitality and Tourism Management program.

 

Served at noon in the Bailey Thomas Room of the Richard A. Henson Center, the gourmet meals feature an appetizer, entrée and dessert prepared by students and faculty of the program.  Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 

“We are once again eager to showcase the talents of our upcoming hospitality management students and invite you to enjoy a gourmet meal at an attractive price on our beautiful campus,” Ernest Boger, chair of the program, said.

 

The lunches are Feb. 9 (pan roasted filet mignon), 11 (maple-Dijon salmon filet), 16 (Cajun gumbo with crab, shrimp and oysters), 18 (island style center cut pork chop), 23 (chicken breast parcels with sweet peppers, ham and cheese) and 25 (southeastern pan seared New York strip steak); March 4 (orange glazed mahi-mahi) and 30 (shrimp crusted beef tenderloin); April 6 (braised Mediterranean lamb) and 8 (Creole crab and southwestern grilled flank steak) and May 4 (seafood Newburg) and 6 (mushroom-parmesan crusted beef tenderloin).

 

Tickets are $12 per person and must be purchased in person.  Ticket sales are Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Henson Center, Room 2100.  Check or money order should be made payable to UMES.  No cash sales.

 

For more information, call 410-651-6563. No reservations will be taken by phone or mail.

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