Archive for March, 2013

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Hamantaschen! – Miriam Olenick ’13

The Jewish holiday of Purim celebrates the dramatic deliverance of the Jews in Persia from the genocidal designs of the nefarious Haman. But that’s kind of beside the point. What’s ...

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Taste with a Twist – A Really “Cheese”y Line

Wesleyan’s Samantha Maldonado takes on traditional recipes and gives them a surprising twist, using creative alternatives from the local food co-ops to recreate tasty treats. Not only does she experiment, ...

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For You Wesleying- Microwavable Soup Taste Test

Based on a Wesleying Twitter request that we do a microwavable soup taste test, the WesStuffed team gathered some of our finest taste testers, purchased a ridiculous amount of WeShop ...

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Gilly’s Corner- Peanut Butter Chocolate Bars & Truffles

Gilly’s Corner is where delicious dreams come true.  Whenever I go home for a break or for the holidays I always ask my family what I should bake, and I ...

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The Nest – A Wesleyan Favorite

Walk around campus on a Wednesday night and you are bound to see masses of people trekking down Church Street towards The Nest. It’s fair to say that this is ...

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Dark Chocolate Orange Scones

Venture into the Bread Baking World: Dark Chocolate Orange Scone — By Veronica Lumbantoruan ‘15

My dad loves scones. They are always the first things he looks for every time we go to a coffee shop, and each time he gets one, he tells that ...

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Flourless Chocolate Cake with Orange Cream

Flourless “Triple” Chocolate Cake with Orange Whipped Cream

When I am home, baking goods and making foods is probably upwards of 70% of what I do. But when I come to school, it is a thing I do ...

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A Mustard Limerick- By Tess Jonas ’15

As a foodie I do recommend, (and ketchup, don’t let me offend) Oh please don’t be flustered This poem is for mustard A condiment you should befriend. -Tess Jonas ’15

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Food Network Magazine's Cheese Issue

Cheese Wiz – Aged Bloomsday & Dutch Farmstead

It would be a huge understatement to say that I like cheese. The unsuspected arrival of the Food Network Magazine’s “Cheese Issue” has kept my face out of sight nearly ...

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Fiore II Satisfies Even the Pickiest of Eaters! – Sarah Koppelkam ’15

My roommate is Italian, and she’s not trying to hide it from anyone. First of all, her name is Domina DiBiase. (Who even knew that was a name?) Plus, she ...

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