Diet kitchen

a kitchen in which diet is prepared for invalids; a charitable establishment that provides proper food for the sick poor.

See also: Diet

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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I leave you with a snippet from our chat with Alice from Coco's diet Kitchen.The inspiration is my daughter Evianna, nicknamed Coco.
THE Fast Diet Kitchen makes soups and main meals suitable for people following the Fast Diet - aka the mega-popular 5:2 diet - where you eat normally for five days and then 'fast' for two, consuming just 500 calories for women and 600 for men.
THE Fast Diet Kitchen makes soups and main meals suitable for people following the Fast Diet - aka the mega-popular 5:2 diet - where you eat normally for ve days and then 'fast' for two, consuming just 500 calories for women and 600 for men.
I entered nursing school in September, 1949 after working in a hospital diet kitchen during my high school years.
Win returned to Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children in the early '50s, working in Yaralla Ward and remodeling the Diet Kitchen, before completing her Diploma of Nursing Education, a two-year course at the NSW College of Nursing, in 1958.
Betsi later ran the extra diet kitchen, providing food for the worst cases, and despite her attitude towards Florence Nightingale, the Lady of the Lamp regarded her as an invaluable nurse and cook.
The other 4 weeks they ate noting but "home-cooked" meals (which included the special starch foods) from Beltsville's diet kitchen.