Tag: student kitchen

Student’s Kitchen: Valentine’s Fudge

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor Preparation for Valentine’s day often is quite simple: purchase card(s) and maybe flower(s), possibly candy or chocolates, make a reservation, or buy some food believed to be an aphrodisiac. You can also prepare something simple, and very impressive, in your handy-dandy microwave. Everyone knows chocolate is a chocolate [...]

February 6, 2013

Student’s Kitchen: what to do with the leftovers?!?

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor If you are anything like me, and I guarantee some of you are, your family spent the entire holiday eating various different types of delicious foods. Turkey, ham, goose, turduckin− you name it,someone ate it. My family also seems to still be eating some of this food. We [...]

January 8, 2013

Student’s Kitchen: Grab-and-granola bars

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor With exams and final papers kicking everyone in the butt in the upcoming days and weeks, I thought what we really needed was a great grab and go snack − one that is good for you, provides lots of energy, and can be eaten fast. Now, why would [...]

November 28, 2012

Students Kitchen: La La, La LaLaLa Lasagna

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor Sometimes you just want lasagna, and I know I’ve been on an Italian kick recently, but when you want it, you want it. This recipe is an all microwave version of the piled high deliciousness, chock-full-of-cheese. You can turn it into vegetarian easily enough: use ground meat substitute [...]

November 20, 2012

Student’s Kitchen: Not your Nona’s risotto

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor Now and again I find myself missing living in my small hometown, where there were a lot of Italians and, of course, the food that came with living there and being friends with them. It becomes particularly hard to bear as I watch chefs on the food network [...]

November 13, 2012

Student Kitchen #7: When life gives you stress, make chocolate cookies

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor I don’t know about you, but my life currently revolves around writing papers that are so long that the only person who will ever want to read them is the person who is marking them (if they even do); studying for midterms, which sucks; and battling a fall [...]

October 30, 2012

Student’s Kitchen: Super Strata

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor I’m most definitely a breakfast person.  I love breakfast foods, and enjoy them almost any time of the day. Waffles, pancakes, bacon and eggs, French toast, breakfast sandwiches (especially from Starbucks), breakfast potatoes − you name it, I find it delicious. But what I like even more is [...]

October 23, 2012

Student’s Kitchen: Not quite your mother’s turkey

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor If you are like me, you spent Thanksgiving at home with the fam-jam and ate way too much turkey. If you are also like me, all of the leftovers went promptly into your parents’ stomachs as they ate dinner without you for the next week, and you now [...]

October 17, 2012

Student’s Kitchen: Beefy deliciousness

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor Beef sautés are probably one of the most delicious and fast ways to cook up and enjoy the meat of a cow. They’re spicy and tangy, and will give you a protein kick when you really need one. Ingredients: 2 green onions, chopped 1 clove garlic, minced 2 [...]

October 2, 2012

Student’s kitchen: Very Veggie Chili

By Amy Szybalski Arts & Culture Editor This edition of the Student’s Kitchen is a little ingredient heavy, but with the weather turning chilly, what better way to study than with a hearty bowl of delicious Very Veggie Chili? Most of these ingredients are currently available from local growers. You can check out local farmers’ [...]

September 26, 2012

Student’s Kitchen: Missing Home Chocolate Cake

By Amy Szybalski Arts and Culture Editor A student’s kitchen in residence is quite limited. You are not allowed to have much of anything in your room to cook with. And with access only to your lounge’s appliances, which might include a toaster, microwave, and/or coffee maker, cooking options are limited. Nevertheless, there is no [...]

September 10, 2012