Kale salads

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Here are easy steps for making a kale salad! Chop up your kale in small pieces. Make sure to not include the harsh stem that runs through the left. I leave the softer… Continue reading

Sweet potato fries: the new casserole

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Last week I was invited to two potlucks in one weekend. I don’t know about everyone else going to college right now but until then I never thought that “potluck dishes” would be… Continue reading

(Butternut) Squash Season

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For some people it’s a cup of coffee or a hot chocolate with extra whipped cream but for me, the ultimate cold day comfort food is soup. I could list them all day.… Continue reading

Tip: how to use all your veggies

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I hate throwing food away. When you’ve got a small sized dorm fridge, veggies often don’t last as long. So, here are tips for how to use your veggies to make a spaghetti… Continue reading

Tofu 101

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I love tofu and want to share it’s greatness with all my friends. However, many don’t like it because they’ve had it at one time in their life and it was “tasteless” or… Continue reading

Juice, Juice, and More Juice!

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At the beginning of this year, Adele made the great decision to buy a juicer for our room. I’ve always thought of juicers to be incredibly expensive and bulky, but she found this… Continue reading

Greens in a dorm

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An easy way to eat greens without losing texture is to blanch a large portion at a time and eat the rest over the next couple of days. Here is a recipe for… Continue reading

Pie

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A: I recently received a pie cookbook for Christmas that is absolutely amazing –> A Year of Pies by Ashley English. It prompted me to go on a pie-making spree and I soon found a… Continue reading

This is not a recipe

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            This is not a dorm recipe and was made at home on a nice grill but it is a beautiful burger with yellow tomatoes, caramelized onions, feta,… Continue reading

HAKKA STYLE WONTONS

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A: I am currently in HIST490H, History of Food in China, and made these wontons after one of my assignments was a cookbook analysis. The book in question (The Hakka Cookbook) was on… Continue reading