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Wellness Wednesday: Antioxidants

Antioxidants are natural or synthesized substances that may prevent or slow down certain types of cell damage according to the National Institute of Health (NIH). Fruits and vegetables are some of the richest sources of antioxidants within our diets. A…


WELLNESS WEDNESDAY: Cheese

Cheese is categorized by texture, which includes, soft, semi-soft, semi-firm, or hard. An example of a soft cheese would be brie, semi-firm, cheddar, and hard, parmesan. Softer cheeses tend to have more water and less sodium, whereas harder cheeses have…


April Events Calendar

April is Earth Month. We, at Harvest Table – Hoya Hospitality are committed to appreciating the resources Earth has provided. Through our culinary commitments, sourcing and kitchen standards we practice integrity and care in our planning and preparation. Be sure…


Wellness Wednesday: Fats

There are two types of fats in food, saturated fats (solid at room temperature) and unsaturated fats (liquid at room temperature). Any food that contains fat has a ratio of saturated and unsaturated two fat. Animal-based products like chicken, eggs,…


Wellness Wednesday: Hydration

Hydration, definition “the act or process of combining or treating with water.” Water and everything consumed containing water (which is most foods) have the power to heal. Healing ensures we perform all essential functions at the highest capacity. There is…


Wellness Wednesday: Grain Bowls

The Table at Leo’s will be serving grain bowls all week during lunch at the Deli station. Here you can try grains & legumes like black barley, quinoa, farro, fava beans, and Anasazi beans. Whole grains alone are incomplete proteins,…


March Events Calendar

March is National Nutrition Month! Remember to Save the Date for each of the planned events we have in store this month. Follow us on Instagram @hoyaeats for highlights…


Wellness Wednesday: Yogurt

Yogurt is a fermented product, it can be served in the traditional form, as a beverage, or as a frozen treat (yogurt bars, frozen yogurt). Yogurt is traditionally made with cow’s milk, but there are non-dairy options like soy, coconut,…


Wellness Wednesday: Grains

Whole grains or foods made from them contain all the essential parts and naturally-occurring nutrients of the entire grain seed. If the grain has been processed (e.g., cracked, crushed, rolled, extruded, and/or cooked), the food product should deliver the same…


Wellness Wednesday: Desserts

At Hoya Hospitality we believe that food can serve as fuel and satisfaction, which can include the occasional dessert! Food is meant to serve both physical and mental well-being. Stop by Whisk and enjoy a delicious pastry. Pictured here is…