I worked at the Intermountain Healthcare Park City hospital yesterday. We went downstairs to the cafeteria for lunch and I was blown away.
Real life chef who explained all his work. All the meat is organic, no fillers, no hormones, straight up the real stuff.
The entree was a steak tenderloin smothered in a mushroom peppercorn sauce. The side was steamed cauliflower with gala apples seasoned with rosemary. It was delicious. An excellent cut of meat, with absolutely no fat. Cooked perfectly and oh so tender.
Everything in that cafeteria was gourmet. Everything was healthy, and again all organic.
The only sign of any kind of junk food was soda pop. Not a candy bar or baked dessert to be found. Even in the cooler was organic juices and milk. And around the rest of the hospital? Couldn't find one vending machine.
WOW. That's all I have to say. We were later told that people outside of the hospital come there just for lunch. And after 4:30, you can pick up dinner to take home.
And my entree? 5 bucks.
I need to move my office to PKMC