Food For Thought: Joey Glahn
Joey Glahn ’12: ‘You can never have enough chicken.’
As a member of ROTC, Glahn has lived on campus and enjoyed the benefits of having a meal plan since coming to PLU. He said it saves him time and money–both of which a college student can’t spare, especially when he’s working 12-hour shifts at Madigan Army Medical Center as part of his capstone.
Hometown: Federal Way, Wash.
What home cooked meal he misses most: pot roast
Staple Food: grilled chicken
Specialty: “Bulking meals”–a mixture of chicken or ground beef, brown rice, cheese, black beans–for after his workouts
Where he gets his food-spiration: “I’ve observed my dad. He’s a really good cook.”
Where he gets his food: on campus
Grocery List: n/a
Breakfast: oatmeal or a bagel
Lunch: chicken sandwich and chips from the Anderson University Center
Dinner: tuna fish sandwich and chicken salad from the Anderson University Center
Late Night Snack: chicken burrito from Taco Bell