Through interactive workshops, the Food and Nutrition portfolio provides students with the knowledge and skills to prepare quick and healthy meals. It aims to educate students on proper cooking techniques and meal preparation as well as present nutritional information in an exciting manner. Food and Nutrition accommodates the diverse dietary needs in order to include all Innis students. Through a Tumblr blog, the portfolio attempts to consistently reach students with recipes, facts, and entertainment in between workshops.
Every year UeaT faces a barrage of students trying to figure out which meal plan is best for them.
So UeaT repurposed the classic ‘cootie catcher’ into a Meal Plan Picker:
Starting from two scenarios at the top level (‘I live in Residence’ and ‘I don’t live in Residence’), students follow the colour coded options that best describe their situation. The final level presents the relevant meal plans with more information on how to learn more or purchase a plan.
Winterlicious is a food festival held each year in Toronto where restaurants across the city offer prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner. This year it runs from January 27th to February 9th, 2017. The Innis College Student Society (ICSS) grad reps would like to give you a chance to experience Winterlicious with a friend from Innis. This event is for graduating students in fourth year or above (there will be a waitlist for third year students who would like to come if there are spots left) and it is intended to connect students from Innis for a fun lunch before graduation.
We will cover the price of a Winterlicious lunch for you and your partner. Each student will be reimbursed a maximum of $15. Some of the Winterlicious restaurants offer a prix fixe lunch for 18$, and you will be responsible for the rest ($3, tax and tip on your meal).
Find sign-up and other details here
Do you want to learn how to eat right from a professional? Join our nutritionist Shannon Boyd, a Toronto-based holistic nutritionist, as she explores common themes in nutrition tailored to the needs of students just like you. Through this weekly wellness programming, Shannon will offer a 45-minute interactive talk about food and nutrition from the perspective of a student.
Mondays, 12–1 pm in the Hart House Reading Room
This month, it’s all about a HealthyU. Throughout October, we’ll be sharing great tips and valuable advice on eating well, being physically active, taking care of your mental health and staying safe. Plus, there are weekly contests offering sweet prizes like grocery store gift cards, tickets to the Hart House Wizards’ Ball, a Fitbit and more!
And ssh… there might be flash contests too! Keep your eyes peeled for tweet-ups and more!
Sunday, October 11th
6 – 8PM
Innis Residence Events Room
This weekend is Thanksgiving, a North American holiday where people gather together, eat great food, and reflect on what they are thankful for. The Innis Office of Student Life is having our own Thanksgiving Potluck together!
A big part of Thanksgiving (and an essential part of potluck) is sharing food, so bring something to share with the rest of the building–mashed potatoes (lots!), salad, a vegetable dish, any kind of dessert. It’s great to bring something that you have fond memories of eating at home. There is a sign-up sheet taped to the front desk to write down what you plan to bring for our Thanksgiving celebration! Turkey is provided.
Commuters are also welcome!
March 23RD – March 27TH
Details at the UeaT website
Nutrition Week is here, and we have a whole week of healthy food, cooking classes and nutrition facts to get you feeling great!
Nutrition Week is an annual event planned by U of T Food Services to educate students about health and nutrition. This week features a variety of healthy meal options, with new breakfast and lunch options, nutritional information pop-up booths, and free cooking classes with campus chefs!