Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

Georgetown University’s Newspaper of Record since 1920

The Hoya

HOMEMADE GOURMET: Sweet Dreams Are Made of Cheese

HOMEMADE GOURMET: Sweet Dreams Are Made of Cheese

By Isabella Xu August 27, 2020

In this piece, I hope to not only share with you all a mouthwatering recipe that will have you yearning for another serving, but also urge you to take the time to reconnect and have a few good laughs...


A Taste of France

By Remy Samuels February 7, 2014

While studying abroad in France, I unsurprisingly spent a lot of time thinking about food. Sometimes I was trying to figure out ways I’d be able to bring some of my new French favorites home with me,...

4Eats: Surfs Up and Chow Down

4Eats: Surf’s Up and Chow Down

By Erica Wong and Erica Wong May 15, 2013

So, your post-school year plans have left you here in Washington for the summer. Maybe you're here for a (hopefully paid) internship, a job at the RHO or summer classes at Georgetown. Regardless, you'll...

Humble As Chocolate Pie

By Brendan Quinn October 19, 2012

Pie: I love it. I really do. Nothing makes me as happy as a freshly baked apple crumble pie coming hot out of the oven. The aroma of the apples combined with the sweet smell of the crust just gets me every...

Scouting Out Dessert

By Bethany Imondi March 29, 2012

It is officially spring. Now we can wear flip-flops and pastels and sip iced coffee as we procrastinate on Healy Lawn. With the arrival of the season also comes the arrival of an array of fresh produce...

Preparing Perfect Pizza

By Elizabeth A. Sabol-Jones February 17, 2012

With midterms fast approaching and interview season in full swing, food tends become less of a priority for us students. In an effort to remedy our lack of kitchen time during high-stress time periods,...

Not Always Easy as Pie

By Bethany Imondi February 9, 2012

Any day my dad makes pie at home is a day to celebrate — not because there is something going on, but simply because my dad is channeling his inner housewife and baking a dessert worth skipping dinner...

Scooping Up the Seeds of a Fall Tradition

By Bethany Imondi October 28, 2011

For as long as I can remember, my local church has hosted pumpkin sales to raise funds for the parish community. The pumpkins sold were always decorated with bold eyes, red mouths and wide smiles. Though...

Heating Up a Cloudy Day

By Kitt Wolfenden February 25, 2011

As per usual, the D.C. weather gods have given us two days of blissful summery '70s last week only to plunge us back into the literal depths of rain-soaked sidewalks. Gross. I guess I should be used to...

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