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  • Utensil-rich residential college serveries present students with a prime opportunity to pinch the odd fork or spoon to round out their dorm supplies, an opportunity on which diners capitalize, students said.

    Food and Drink

  • Beyond the traditional green baize door was a passage running behind the hall, from the chapel, at the rear of the east wing, to the serveries and kitchen at the rear of the dining room in the west wing.

    Tied Up in Tinsel

  • On their right were the drawing-room, dining-room serveries and, at the northwest rear corner, the kitchen.

    Tied Up in Tinsel

  • She favours old-fashioned serveries for people who like to entertain and humble walk-in pantries for chefs who need lots of space.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Wilcox and Wu halls -- Tying into the Butler College reconstruction, crews will demolish the serveries and kitchen in neighboring Wilson College's Wilcox Hall, then rebuild them to connect with Butler's Wu Hall and create a combined servery for the two colleges.

    Princeton University Top Stories

  • The delay in the opening of Wilcox also prompted Browning and Wilson College Dean Lisa Herschbach to create the College Tour initiative, in which students who eat at three different residential college serveries from Tuesday through Thursday of this week are entered into a raffle for various prizes.

    The Daily Princetonian, 2009-06-03

  • I’ve found it also describes the best mind set to tackle the serveries groaning with cakes, pastries and chocolate goodies.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Melbourne tips.

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