Spain, India, France Among Countries Featured at
Special Panther Dining Hall Event May 8
MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology is giving Mother’s Day brunch an international flavor with its inaugural Mother’s Day Brunch Around the World.
The first-ever brunch event under the university’s innovative and popular International Menu Series, the May 8 Mother’s Day meal will run from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Panther Dining Hall. It will feature dishes from 12 countries and regions, as well as traditional breakfast items including eggs, bacon, pancakes and omelets to order, as well as salads, desserts and beverages.
The cost is about $15 per person.
International dishes will include pipirrana from Spain, a potato salad with grilled tuna and olives; Lebanese fattoush, which is romaine, tomatoes, cucumbers, mint and crispy pita tossed in lemon dressing; the Greek dish moussaka, which features ground beef, eggplant and potatoes topped with béchamel; and aloo gobhi from India, a vegan entrée with potatoes and cauliflower seasoned with cumin, cloves, garam masala, turmeric, garlic, ginger, onion, honey and lemon.
Other countries and regions represented at the brunch include West Africa, China, the Mediterranean, France, Italy, Mexico, Thailand and Latin America.
Panther Dining Hall, 3113 Panther Place, is just south of the Clemente Center on the Florida Tech campus in Melbourne. Visitor parking is free on the first floor of the parking garage behind the dining hall.
For more information, call 321-674-8040 or visit Florida Tech’s dining site at http://www.fit.edu/food/.