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The Case for Basil

By Erin Hickok September 5, 2014

Caprese. Margherita pizza. Pesto. Nearly every living, breathing, sentient human being I know has had a little Italian love affair with at least one of these dishes. These are also easy to make in a dorm...

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Recipes

By Allison Hillsbery May 15, 2014

Make the most of the sunshine and D.C. views with these picnic recipes. Quinoa Salad 1 cup quinoa, cooked and cooled 1/4 cup (about 10) Kalamata olives, pitted and sliced 2 cups cucumber, peeled...

Move Over, Valentines Day: Heres Your New Favorite February Holiday

Move Over, Valentine’s Day: Here’s Your New Favorite February Holiday

By Emily Min and Emily Min February 5, 2014

It’s Feb. 5 – you know what that means! No, we’re not talking about Chris Parnell’s birthday or the release of Charlie Chaplin’s first “talkie.” We talkin’ World Nutella Day. For the uninitiated,...

Grilling Up a Barbecue to Remember

By Sheena Karkal May 16, 2013

Take advantage of the summer weather and the break from the hectic, academic year schedule by organizing a barbeque for your friends who are still in town. Grills are available and open to students in Henle Courtyard,...

Life, Love and the Pursuit of Nutella: Round 2

Life, Love and the Pursuit of Nutella: Round 2

By KP and KP March 27, 2013

Ladies and Gentlemen: This is it. I repeat, this is it. In the wise words of LMFAO, “Let’s Go Round 2.” No, I do not mean Round 2 of a delicious alcoholic beverage. No I don’t mean Round 2 of...

The Best and Worst of Your Good Friend, Burnetts

The Best and Worst of Your Good Friend, Burnett’s

By KP and KP February 28, 2013

Our sweet love, Burnett's. You're there for the best of times. You're there for the worst of times. You're there for, and usually the cause of, the best of times that turn into the worst of times. For...

Stop the Cliche, Cook the Batter

By Kitt Wolfenden February 11, 2013

Valentine's Day is a loaded holiday and phrase. We all know the script — women are supposed to go gaga over plush teddy bears and generic Hallmark cards while guys groan at cheesy commercials and the...

Recipes

By Sarah Kaplan February 1, 2013

There is absolutely no reason in the universe for anyone to say, “I can’t cook.” Cooking is one of the most basic human activities, the first thing our prehistoric ancestors did after rubbing two...

Recipes

By Sarah Kaplan February 1, 2013

There is absolutely no reason in the universe for anyone to say, “I can’t cook.” Cooking is one of the most basic human activities, the first thing our prehistoric ancestors did after rubbing two...

Makeover Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

By Emily Manbeck November 25, 2012

If your family is anything like mine, you cooked more than you needed this Thanksgiving. Dreading the thought of throwing out your mother’s perfectly mashed potatoes and mouthwatering stuffing? Save...

Makeover Your Thanksgiving Leftovers

By Emily Manbeck November 24, 2012

If your family is anything like mine, you cooked more than you needed this Thanksgiving. Dreading the thought of throwing out your mother’s perfectly mashed potatoes and mouthwatering stuffing? Save...

Drinking in Season

By Preston Mui October 23, 2012

I really, really miss summer. Farmers' markets in summer had a lot of ingredients that were terrific for fun, refreshing cocktails. I miss cucumber gimlets, muddling peach in a margarita and infusing vodka...

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