Faculty, student, and dining staff collaboration highlighted in Food Management website

After spending a semester studying fungus, Gettysburg College students and faculty worked with the Dining Services to create a fungus-centered meal. This annual event was featured on Food Management's website.

From Food Management's website:

For the third year in a row, Gettysburg College students enrolled in the study of Mycology (the study of molds, mushrooms and fungi), have experienced a night of mushroom mania. A very creative menu makes use of as many types of mushrooms as "reasonably possible," says Gary Brautigam, director of dining services. "We used about eight different types of mushrooms this year."

Cheeses that get their flavor from molds were also part of the meal: Brie, Camembert, Stilton and Roquefort.

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