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Celebrity Chef

Celebrity Chef program whips up service opportunity for Teal Nation

Through an initiative with CCUFoodCrew and Aramark, faculty and staff members at Coastal Carolina University have a chance to bond with students over a meal.

On Thursday, Feb. 7, and Thursday, Feb. 21, the Celebrity Chef event will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., at Hicks Dining Hall for students, faculty and staff.

The first event of the semester on Jan. 17 served a recipe from Chris Adrian.

The program began last fall, and since then, Aramark has provided a new recipe for faculty and staff members to serve students twice a month. While future celebrity chefs remain a surprise until the day of the event, this year will include recipes from Maria Menounos, Alex McCoy, Eric Dickerson and Bo Jackson.

“Faculty and staff members are always looking for ways to serve,” said Tarvarus Roussell, Aramark’s marketing manager. “And we are always looking for ways to provide different experiences for our students. Celebrity Chef does just that.”

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