Seasons Ontario Magazine



W e know food plays a major role in how our residents feel about living at Seasons Retirement Communities, so they must enjoy the food we prepare for them. To achieve this, we hire skilled chefs who love food just as much as our residents do. Our dining service teams know what it takes to ensure meals are healthy and well-balanced without compromising taste and presentation. Many people continue to believe that retirement food is processed, boring, and bland, which simply isn’t true. “The meals at our residence are all made in-

house. We have recipes we know our residents will enjoy, but we add herbs, spices, and fresh ingredients to make the final product flavourful and exciting,” says Wanda Berg-Johnston, Dining Services Manager at Seasons Wetaskiwin. At mealtimes, residents are presented with an abundance of menu options.* Breakfast features continental and à la carte selections. The day might begin with fresh fruit, yogurt, hearty eggs and omelettes, hot oatmeal, or even good old- fashioned pancakes.

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