Food columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 discusses the disparities and difficulties of being a person of color consuming or creating food and food media. “We must acknowledge that each culture is different and food inequality exists. Respecting our differences and being conscious of our language and actions are steps forward to showing appreciation for varying cuisines and cultures,” she writes.
Food columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 dives into the world of quarantine food trends, and why they’re actually more useful than they might appear.
Food columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 gives tips to level up in the kitchen, no matter how limited your culinary skills or supplies. “Like any skill, it takes time and practice to improve your cooking. If something doesn’t work on your first try, that’s normal,” she writes.
Hoch-Shanahan Dining Commons boasts a spice bar with 35 different dry spice blends, including chipotle morita powder, za’atar and harissa.
Science columnist Stephanie Du SC ’21 elaborates on the problematic perception of the coronavirus and why compassion is more important than ever. “As more accurate information is dispersed about the coronavirus, I hope that it will allow people to have empathy and stand in solidarity with the Chinese community,” she writes.
A review of four places in Claremont that serve acai bows: Pepo Melo, Podge’s Claremont Juice Co., The Spot Cafe and Scripps College.
Dolce Gastropub and Bakery features a cultural melting pot of foods and drinks as well as beautifully decorated cakes and pastries.
My home is Beijing, which is more than 6,000 miles away. I miss my life there immensely, especially the food.
Standing in place of Grizzby’s Donuts in the Claremont Village is a new restaurant: Coates Fried Chicken and Burgers.
Opinion: The Claremont Village has great food. Fact: There are at least two of almost everything — two boba places, two ramen restaurants, two sushi stops and at least three ice cream and pizza places. But as of right now, there is only one place that sells vegan and healthy