Archive for March, 2013

Easter/Spring Sangria — Rina Kremer ’15

In attempting to write a post about Easter, I immediately realized how very little I know about Easter. It’s probably still one of my favorite holidays, but that’s because coloring ...

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Venture into the Bread Baking World: Somewhat Healthier Pita Bread — By Veronica Lumbatoruan ‘ 15

 As someone who grew up in Indonesia, I never came across pita bread until I came to the States in the summer of 2011. I don’t think I liked it ...

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Easter at Tschudin – Laura Hess ’16

It’s hard to believe Easter is practically here.  Only a little while ago, there was still snow on the ground.  If the early Easter date caught you by surprise this ...

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Hope-Made – Gluten and Dairy Free Brownies

In Hope-Made, junior and baking enthusiast Hope Kabel will share some of her favorite recipes.  Up late studying and craving chocolate?  Or, just craving chocolate?  These brownies are perfect to ...

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Dormét Cooking – Spicy Mexican Hot Chocolate

Dormét Cooking is the only place on the web where you can find  gourmet food dorm style, with a Weshop specific shopping list.  This winter has been endless – I ...

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Toasted Rice Tea – Laura Hess ‘16

Yes, you read that right.  Toasted rice tea.  Brown rice tea, or Genmaicha, is just what it sounds like – tea with roasted brown rice.  It is also sometimes called ...

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I Eat Peanut Butter On Everything: The Search for the Perfect Sandwich

As a peanut butter addict, there is nothing I love more than a classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich. When I was younger, I ate so many of these bad ...

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Ania Makes & Bakes: Drink your GREENS!

In Ania Makes and Bakes, freshmen Ania Rojek explores the wondrous world of cooking in her Butt C kitchen. One thing I really miss from home is…my juicer!  Where will ...

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Trendy Yogurt: “Skyr”

After being referred to Siggi’s Orange & Ginger yogurt by several friends, I finally decided to give it a try. I’ll be honest, the fancy label and expensive price kind ...

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Today I made myself a pomegranate green tea!

Make Your Own Iced Tea at Pi Cafe!

As a high school student, I used to daydream about the cool, sophisticated person I would become in college. It was always the same. I would be casually lounging on ...

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