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A culinary trip around the world

  • Franklin Pierce food services Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III serves up some Spanish rice made with local ingredients during a culinary showcase hosted by Franklin Pierce on Wednesday. Food services from multiple colleges converged on the Franklin Pierce dining hall to present dishes inspired by different countries, made with as many New England ingredients as possible.

    Franklin Pierce food services Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III serves up some Spanish rice made with local ingredients during a culinary showcase hosted by Franklin Pierce on Wednesday. Food services from multiple colleges converged on the Franklin Pierce dining hall to present dishes inspired by different countries, made with as many New England ingredients as possible.

  • Franklin Pierce student Ryan Lally of Rowley, Mass., tries some New York-style sirloin served by Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III and Sues Chef Darlene Poluit.

    Franklin Pierce student Ryan Lally of Rowley, Mass., tries some New York-style sirloin served by Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III and Sues Chef Darlene Poluit.

  • Kirstie Short puts together smoked salmon and cream cheese during a culinary showdown between Franklin Pierce food services and the food services of other New Hampshire colleges.

    Kirstie Short puts together smoked salmon and cream cheese during a culinary showdown between Franklin Pierce food services and the food services of other New Hampshire colleges.

  • Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.

    Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.

  • Franklin Pierce food services employee Kirstie Short serves students food inspired by Spanish recipes during a culinary showcase by local colleges hosted at Franklin Pierce on Wednesday.

    Franklin Pierce food services employee Kirstie Short serves students food inspired by Spanish recipes during a culinary showcase by local colleges hosted at Franklin Pierce on Wednesday.

  • Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.

    Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.

  • Franklin Pierce student Nick Saltzman of Philidelphia, Pa., recieves a strip of sirloin steak, local green beans and shrimp from food service worker Lisa Rich.

    Franklin Pierce student Nick Saltzman of Philidelphia, Pa., recieves a strip of sirloin steak, local green beans and shrimp from food service worker Lisa Rich.

  • Franklin Pierce food services Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III serves up some Spanish rice made with local ingredients during a culinary showcase hosted by Franklin Pierce on Wednesday. Food services from multiple colleges converged on the Franklin Pierce dining hall to present dishes inspired by different countries, made with as many New England ingredients as possible.
  • Franklin Pierce student Ryan Lally of Rowley, Mass., tries some New York-style sirloin served by Executive Chef Charlie Sallmond III and Sues Chef Darlene Poluit.
  • Kirstie Short puts together smoked salmon and cream cheese during a culinary showdown between Franklin Pierce food services and the food services of other New Hampshire colleges.
  • Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.
  • Franklin Pierce food services employee Kirstie Short serves students food inspired by Spanish recipes during a culinary showcase by local colleges hosted at Franklin Pierce on Wednesday.
  • Students got a taste of world cuisine, as food service from seven local colleges showed off their skills during a culinary showcase on Wednesday.
  • Franklin Pierce student Nick Saltzman of Philidelphia, Pa., recieves a strip of sirloin steak, local green beans and shrimp from food service worker Lisa Rich.
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