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But MOM!  Broccoli Cheddar Soup for the Homesick Soul

But MOM! Broccoli Cheddar Soup for the Homesick Soul

| April 24, 2013

“Mom?” “Yes, baby?” “Can I ask you a question?” “You want pancakes for dinner, don’t you?” “…Yes.” This is a common exchange in my apartment, and although I should mention that to my knowledge I currently have no biological children, I do have two beautiful roommates whom I love to spoil.  (I certainly brag about […]

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Vegan Desserts are Delicious Too: Pumpkin Crumb Cake with Pecan Streusel

Vegan Desserts are Delicious Too: Pumpkin Crumb Cake with Pecan Streusel

| November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Before my sister had an identity crisis a few years ago, I never really believed that vegan desserts could be moist and flavorful; I just figured that most desserts are made with dairy for a reason, so without it, how could they compare? But, boy was I wrong. While I still hold onto the belief […]

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Mashed Potatoes for Beginners

Mashed Potatoes for Beginners

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, and with outlandish recipes like one for “Turducken,” a ridiculous roasted concoction of a chicken stuffed inside of a duck stuffed inside of a turkey, bombarding us at every moment, sometimes it’s easy to forget the basics. What happened to the Thanksgiving food we grew up on – mashed […]

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Better than Ramen: Garlic Carrot Couscous

Better than Ramen: Garlic Carrot Couscous

| November 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

Sometimes the Ramen option is tempting. When I’m grumpy and stressed out, chopping vegetables can be therapeutic.  But I recognize that I am not like most college kids.  Most college kids would probably rather order a pizza. Still, I’ve been there.  There are nights when I simply can’t be bothered to cook.  Sometimes I toss […]

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Battle of the Beans: White Bean Dip

Battle of the Beans: White Bean Dip

| October 18, 2012 | 1 Comment

This means war! Samantha and I have decided to have our very own cook-off right here on our college campus. And it’s going to be up to you, the reader, to decide who remains victorious. While deciding on a theme, we thought to ourselves, “What is something most people have just lying around the house?” […]

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Really Easy Red Lentil Curry

Really Easy Red Lentil Curry

| September 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

There are certain cuisines that are more vegetarian friendly than others, and when I’m looking to cook something meat-free, Indian food is one of the first places I look. Many traditional Indian dishes are vegan and vegetarian, which can be an advantage. Instead of trying to replace the meat in something, you are starting with […]

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Avocado Egg Bake

Avocado Egg Bake

| September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

In her book How to Eat, Nigella Lawson invokes a genre she calls “temple food.” Without even reading beyond those words, I knew exactly what she meant. It is a meal both carnal and virtuous.  It is a voluptuous licking of the spoon, without ensuing culpability.  It is food that loves the eater from the […]

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Avocado-Feta Cornbread

Avocado-Feta Cornbread

| September 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

I hate waste, but my roommates and I love avocados with the sort of passion normal people reserve for cookie dough. We go to the market together about once a week to buy our staples and the produce and proteins I’ll be cooking for dinner.  (Yes, we eat as a family…)  Last Saturday, we met […]

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