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5 Food Experiences You Must Have Before Graduating from College

5 Food Experiences You Must Have Before Graduating from College

| March 14, 2013

Eating out is pretty much a staple of the college experience. The plethora of options at the dining hall can only sustain you for so long until everything starts to taste like the same processed crap. But while you may have settled for a few favorites (au bon pain’s caprese sandwich and Bagel Gourmet’s burritos were personal favorites), don’t miss out on some classic college food experiences that will prepare you for the real world…no seriously.

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Top Ten Refrigerator Do’s and Don’ts

Top Ten Refrigerator Do’s and Don’ts

| October 25, 2012 | 0 Comments

When settling into school, my mom continuously versed me in how to properly store food. I received the ring around from everything from foods that spoil, foods subject to refrigeration and foods to toss within a week. All to my benefit though, as my room is free of those poignant moldy smells that seem to […]

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Why A Slow Cooker Should Be On Your Christmas List This Year

Why A Slow Cooker Should Be On Your Christmas List This Year

| October 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

I was sitting around the other day, thinking about cooking—don’t judge me—when I realized how lucky we are to have modern appliances. I mean, seriously, I would be lost without my microwave, I NEED coffee in the morning and how would I get my bagels to golden-brown perfection without a toaster? OK, so there are […]

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A New Way to Use Ramen Noodles

A New Way to Use Ramen Noodles

| October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you raided a typical college student’s kitchen, you probably wouldn’t find much. But one thing I bet you would find 9 out of ten times is Ramen noodles. It’s the stereotypical college meal: dried noodles, boiled and mixed with an extra-salty seasoning packet. Yum. But you may be surprised to know there are other […]

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Three Snacks to Start Your Day

Three Snacks to Start Your Day

| October 9, 2012 | 0 Comments

If you’re anything like me, you start the semester off strong, with plenty of time each morning to shower, get dressed and eat breakfast before arriving to class on time (and sometimes even a few minutes early.) But as the semester progresses, that time seems to dwindle, and to make it to class on time […]

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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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Painless Pulled Pork

Painless Pulled Pork

| September 19, 2012 | 1 Comment

I wish I could take credit for a recipe this simple and this delicious, I really do. But, unfortunately, I can’t. This pulled pork recipe is something I found while perusing the website allrecipes.com, one of my favorite websites for recipes. I like the website because it allows real people to submit, discuss and review […]

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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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