Passover 2019 Meal Request Form

2019 Passover Meal Request Form

  • Please Note:

    NOSH Kosher Kitchen in Gelfenbien will be serving Passover meals Sunday, April 21st through Friday, April 26th by reservation only. The Seder dinners fall on the evening of Friday, April 19th and Saturday, April 20th and are catered by Nosh Kosher Kitchen and served at the Hillel House. Friday night dinner on April 26th and Saturday lunch on April 27th will be catered by Nosh Kosher Kitchen at Hillel House. All other meals are prepared by Nosh Kosher Kitchen and served at Gelfenbien Commons. Meals can be paid for by meal swipes, points, flex passes, cash or check. Guests must be signed up on a separate form and may be paid for by points, flex passes, cash or check. All meal swipes, flex passes and points will be taken off your meal plan when your form is submitted. Cash meals must be paid for at Dining Services, located in Towers/Hamilton building, by Monday, April 15th. There are no refunds for missed meals. Keep a copy of this form for your own records.
  • Choose Your Meal(s)

  • After You Click Submit

    Print this confirmation page for your own records. Meal swipes, points or flex passes for reserved meals will be taken off your meal plan when your form is submitted. Meals paid for by cash or check must be paid at Dining Services main office, located in Towers/Hamilton, by Monday, April 15th. Please bring this form with you.

Spring Break Meal Sign up

Spring Break Meal Requests 2019

  • Your Information

  • Choose Your Meal(s)

    Spring Break begins Saturday, March 16th - Saturday, March 23rd. If you currently have an Ultimate, Value or Custom Meal Plan, and you choose to remain on campus during spring break, you may sign up in advance for meals included in your meal plan. Please note that meal plan points and flex passes will not be valid during this period. These meals are limited to one breakfast, one lunch and one dinner per day. Also, Northwest dining unit will be the only residential dining facility open during spring break. Hours of operation will be: Breakfast 7:00am - 9:30am; Lunch 11:30am - 2:15pm; Dinner 4:15pm - 7:15pm.

Dining Services Presents: A Bug Feast


What has more bioavailable iron than sirloin steak? Well, it turns out it is crickets according to a recent study. Questions about the nutritional value of insects have become common as we search for alternative sustainable sources of protein. Insects are not a bad option considering that we have at least 1,959 species of edible insects recorded around the world and they are indeed a popular food in many countries. Insects contain all essential amino acids and are loaded with vitamins and minerals. Mass rearing of insects for food can have a smaller environmental footprint due to their high reproductive rates and high feed-to-edible tissue conversion rates. Another reason to try insects – they are tasty! The diversity in edible insect types goes hand in hand with the assortment of flavors they provide. Come join UConn Dining Services and Professor Ana Legrand for an insect themed meal at Rome Hall and try a new food that in fact has been part of the human diet since ancient times.

If you and your friends are interested in enjoying a one of a kind experience, stop by the Union Central Exchange Convenience Store, on the second floor of the Student Union overlooking the Food Court. There you can sign up for Dining Services’ Pop-Up Dinner which will be held on Tuesday, March 12th at 6:00pm in Rome Commons Ballroom. Seating is limited to the first 100 guests. Reservations must be made by Friday, March 8th.This meal is free for those who want to sample a dinner of sustainable, high proteins and tasty food groups.


ALLERGY INFORMATION: If you are allergic to shellfish or crustaceans, you may also be allergic to insects.