Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens
With the support of generous donors and our faculty and staff, the Department of Agricultural and Human Sciences designed the Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens — a state-of-the-art kitchen complex that will enhance and extend our work in teaching, research and extension.
The Key Ingredient
The Dinah E. Gore Teaching and Research Kitchens complex is named for a longtime benefactor of family and consumer sciences programs at NC State University. Dinah Gore and her husband, Edward, have supported numerous educational programs in North Carolina schools, colleges and universities. She has been especially generous in enhancing NC State Extension’s educational programs related to health, food, nutrition and fitness.
NBC News visited the Dinah E. Gore Kitchens to highlight the partnership between USDA and NC State to investigate how home cooks handle raw meat and how those practices affect nearby food.