Stir fry station confirms Proctor’s status as the foodie dining hall

Dan Lee ’13 (right) can’t wait to put his previously suppressed culinary creativity to good use.

It’s official, the stir fry station in Proctor is permanent. As long as no problems arise and students are respectful of the woks and utensils, the new devices are here to stay.  They are open for use (if you are willing to brave the line) daily from 4:30-7:30PM.

These woks are a recent addition to a dining hall that already boasts a fleet of panini machines, the best salad bar in Addison County (with the exception of the co-op), and daily vegan bean and vegetable options, making it head and shoulders the dinner option of choice for foodies. Of course Atwater, with its reputation for using local produce (often from Middlebury’s own organic garden), offers solid competition at lunch.

Got a good recipe for a Proctor stir fry? Post it in the comments below.

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