It has been said, “one cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” We’re learning more about the relationship between food, diseases and overall health. At Parkview Senior Living we’ve designed our dining experience to be delicious, convenient and pleasurable. Our special culinary experience is another way we’re Celebrating the ART of Life.
Our dining rooms are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you choose when and what you eat. Select from the breakfast menu or enjoy a made-to-order dish. For lunch and dinner select from our standard fare or one of our two daily Chef Specials. At any time of day and whatever you choose you can count on our professional staff combining nutrition and freshness with quality and creativity in a relaxed atmosphere.
Here’s a sampling of our community favorites.
CHEESE BLINTZ WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE
This sweet, creamy breakfast favorite is made with light, thin crepes and a lightly sweetened blend of three cheeses and with a finishing touch of homemade raspberry sauce.
Texas bread dipped in a creamy egg and cinnamon mixture, grilled until golden brown and sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon.
Fresh fillet of Pacific Northwest salmon grilled to perfection and served with a reduction sauce of butter, white wine and dill.
PASTA À LA DIAN
Penne pasta served with our own fresh roma tomato-basil sauce with artichoke hearts, black kalamatra olives, garlic and prawns and of course freshly grated parmesan cheese.
Fresh locally grown strawberries made into a sweet sauce and fresh whipping cream atop our very own homemade biscuits.
JUDY’S HEATH COOKIES
A chewy, gooey, soft cookie with Heath bar and walnuts mixed in for a crunchy delight and then baked to perfection
And you can polish your own cooking skills and knowledge by joining one of our many cooking classes or participating in our cooking clubs. Here’s a sample of what we’re learning:
- Nutrition classes
- Cooking classes
- Special interest classes like hydration and vitamin supplements
- Cooking clubs
You might be interested in www.choosemyplate.gov. Create your own daily food plan.