By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist I moved to Boston last year from Eugene, a small city in Oregon that boasts the title as the best city for hippies in the United States. Tie-dye can still be purchased in stores or in open-air markets. People brew their own kombucha and/or make their own keifer. I […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist Welcome to BU, freshman and transfers. Orientation is behind you and you’re almost through your first week of classes; now that you’re (almost) in the swing of things, it’s time to address an age-old issue for college students around the world – avoiding the bubble. Part of going to […]

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Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Food Editor The James Beard Award countdown has begun. Last month, the James Beard Foundation released the nominees for ‘the Oscars of the culinary world,’ and three of the five nominees for ‘Best Chef: Northeast’ reside and cook within the Boston area: Jamie Bissonnette of Coppa and Toro, Joanne Chang of Flour and […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, MUSE Food Editor I have a confession: I’m a Thai food snob. I have been to seven different Thai restaurants in Boston, three of which were on campus. I have scrolled through Yelp search results, written down names on napkins during eavesdropped conversations, snagged business cards from random waiting room tables, all […]

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