What do beer, Kombucha and Amish friendship bread all have in common? Besides the fact that they all taste delicious, they are all fermented foods and beverages you can make.
What is the best way to gather friends and family to spend time together celebrating the joys of life?
It’s 3 p.m., you have an hour break before your next few classes and you’re pretty hungry. You wander around the Avenue staring at the chips.
A five pound burrito, 50 hot dogs and hot wings so spicy you have to sign a waver to eat them — sounds like enough food to feed an army.
Do you ever wonder why Jews cannot eat pork or why Mormons cannot drink coffee? The obvious reason is because it is against their religion, but do you know why it is against it?
Are you bored with general fruits and vegetables lately? Do you want something a little more interesting then the average apple or simple salad?
When you are eating a piece of chicken breast or some leftover pasta do you ever wonder how you could improve the flavor in a fast way that will not make you start from scratch?
You’re hungry, you have little spare time, and you need to buy groceries but with so many different stores how do you decide where to shop?
In a university filled with gluten-sensitive students, vegetarians, Jews and people who just want to eat something delicious exist, there is one food that rises above all else: hummus.
From my major, to eating, to watching the Food Network, the topic of food is on my mind most hours of the day. I view food as something I put into my body for nutrition and taste as well as a way to bring people together; food makes the world go round.