In celebration of International Education Week, students from around the globe took over the cooking for Saginaw Valley State University's International Food Festival. Cuban music blared from a CD player and a Saudi Arabian flag adorned the buffet in SVSU's cafeteria during lunch on Tuesday. Faculty, students and guests sampled cuisine from fourteen different countries. Many of SVSU's 500 international students, who hail from thirty-five countries, participated in the annual event, which was expected to attract 2,000 diners.
Looks as good as the Old Country Buffet picture :)ReplyDelete
Looks like fun....and way better than OCB (just my opinion)ReplyDelete
Tia-- it was AMAZING!ReplyDelete
very very amazing!! But my stomach was not sure that food from 11 countries in one meal was such a good idea! :) I finally was able to eat a bowl of oatmeal at 9 p.m.ReplyDelete
I wanted to go but didn't. I'll bet it was fun and delicious. There are some foods I don't like though...ReplyDelete