By Alia Al-Chalabi Being stuck in quarantine has given me a lot of time to cook and feel nostalgic towards all my favorite childhood dishes. Roasted chicken has got to be one of my favorite foods in the entire world, but in my family, we’ve never really called it roasted chicken. We lovingly called it […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi During times like this, we all need some serious comfort. And what better way to get you through self-quarantine than a comforting, home cooked meal shared with loved ones? Shepherd’s pie is the perfect comfort food to hunker down with after you’ve been stuck sitting at home all day, and you’ll be […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi As we all sit inside in a state of quarantine, I can’t help but think about all the foods we can prepare using long-lasting ingredients.  If you’re one of the thousands of people stocking up on grocery items, this lamb stew with okra recipe includes a variety of ingredients you can keep […]

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By Liam Grogan One of the hardest adjustments when I entered college was learning how to adapt to a dining hall lifestyle.  I wasn’t worried about the “Freshman 15,” though. I’m just a guy looking for decent quality food and variety in his meals. And at the dining hall, the pickings were predictably slim. Despite […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi Growing up with parents from another country is amazing because of the different foods I get to try. My mom is from Istanbul, Turkey and the thing I miss most about home is the elaborate breakfast spreads she would prepare.  It’s the perfect thing to eat in the morning, and it’s super […]

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By Alia Al-Chalabi There is no better place to find inspiration than in the grocery store.  As I walked around the prepared food aisle browsing all the options it had to offer, I came across a parmesan tomato soup. I looked at the pound of skirt steak I had picked up in my cart and […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I bake a lot of banana bread. If Warren Towers has a banana shortage, it’s probably because I have a team of freshmen who smuggle the overly ripe, easy-to-stock fruits on a weekly basis for me. By now, I’ve probably made thousands of loaves for different patrons. It’s an addiction. The key […]

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By Alia Al-Chalibi I love Buffalo wings. Every year, the Super Bowl reminds me of how much I like them.  The only way to make Buffalo wings better is to make them vegetarian and eat them year-round. After all, I’m just in it for the sauce, which is the easiest part to make. And using […]

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