Sandwich station (vegetarian options: egg salad; cheese -- with lettuce and tomato)
Sushi (which, yes, has vegetarian sushi)
International buffet (meat entree/s and assorted sides)
Soup (3, usually 2 of which are vegetarian)
This week I have had:
Monday: egg rolls and snow peas (International bar -- "China: Guangdong")
Tuesday (salad bar): cold ziti with sundried tomato and parmesan; mushrooms and spinach and tofu; tomatoes and olives and mozzarella; corn and black beans (and onions :( )
Wednesday (salad bar): [I'm totally blanking] and mozzarella; three bean salad w/ feta; and a toasted English muffin (because what I was really craving was toasted bread with peanut butter ... though I was wrong in thinking that there were mini things of peanut butter floating around :( )
So, I'm getting varied food, the salad bar is doing a good job of having lots of prepared stuff (I'm not big on traditional salad, so when I go through the salad bar I usually end up with: spinach, grated carrots, corn, broccoli, chick peas, kidney beans, tofu, and some cheese -- which is fine, but not something I'm excited about eating with great frequency).
Except today I really wanted something hot.
International Bar ["U.S.A.: The Gulf Coast"]: Succotash and Hoppin' John (neither of which I've ever had before -- the former appears to be corn and lima beans and the latter rice and black-eyed peas)
Salad Bar: "two beans, one cheese" and some mushrooms
and an overpriced "Belgian" hot chocolate (comfort food, ahoy)
I haven't touched the cold food yet, but the hot food is actually quite good. So I still can't call fail on Spangler. But I will be glad when (probably after MLK Day) I can get a single hot vegetarian entree.