Do you drink coffee like it’s water? Food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 suggests taking a break — from coffee and from stress culture.
Fusion food is often considered trite, but it is actually a ripe opportunity for new and delicious foods, argues food columnist Sadie Matz ’24.
Whats the best way to eat eggs? Food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25 egg-plores this question, which is not over easy.
Bon Appétit podcast “Food People” might just be the key to revamping the company’s reputation, according to food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24.
Still wish it was spring break? Emily Kim PO PO ’25 suggests cooking with friends as a form of relaxation and respite from the stress of school.
With cross-campus dining starting up again, it’s easy to overlook an eco-friendly and equally appealing culinary alternative: low-waste cooking. Cooking in dorms not only alleviates some of the pressure on dining hall workers, but also saves 5C students long waits in lines. Cooking can be daunting, though — especially for
Nostalgic childhood treats are the best ingredient for coming up with new tasty flavors, says Emily Kim PO ’25. Try creative combos, you might like them!
“Flexitarianism” is not lazy vegetarianism, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24; it’s a perfect balance between intuitive eating and plant-based diets.
For food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25, kiwi and charcuterie boards were what inspired her to get her creative juices flowing.
The explosion of cannabis on the food scene shouldn’t distract us from racial disparities in weed’s legalization, argues food columnist Sadie Matz SC ’24.