Disclaimer: This blog is microwave safe Welcome to upperclassman life! You no longer have to subsist on mac and cheese or mundane dining hall food to fuel your way through the school year. Having powered through my own dorm days, which included a lot of unhappy microwave disasters, I compiled some of the best tried-and-true recipes […]

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By Sarah Burstein, Staff Writer @sarahh_burstein Just putting it out there: there is no human being on this earth that loves Thanksgiving more than I do. Every year I wake up early, put the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV, blast the Christmas music station (much to the disdain of my Jewish parents), and adorn […]

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By Hannah Landers, Muse [email protected] Sweet summer is almost here, which means it’s almost time for The Muse to take a vacation. But before we grab our flip-flops and short-shorts, we have a few final suggestions to make this summer the most Muse-tastic ever. Below is a list of movies to see, albums to listen to, […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff [email protected]_katz Unlike their picante cousin the jalapeno, bell peppers are a mild, sweet pepper that are used widely in savory dishes. These green, red, yellow and orange veggies are crunchy and delicious, making them the perfect raw snack to munch on or use as a base for another dish. Bell peppers are […]

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By Robin Ngai, Staff [email protected] As a California native, I’ve had my fair share of good and bad burritos. However, when I’m away from home, I’m a pretty big fan of Chipotle. It’s a five minute walk from my dorm room and to have a full delicious meal for under ten bucks is a pretty […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz If you’re looking for an eggs-ellent way to stay healthy, look no further: eggs are a wonderful source of protein and healthy fats that should be incorporated into everyone’s diet! Eggs are versatile too, and can be eaten in tons of ways so that you never get bored of […]

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By Brooke Jackson-Glidden, Staff Writer @bufoodist If you are planning to live off campus for the first time next semester, it  can be difficult to budget how much to spend on food, especially when there is no dining hall to swipe into (unless one of your generous friends guest-swipe you in). Once you figure out how […]

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By Joe Incollingo, Staff Writer Speaking of swallowing until you burst: Tuesday night, Detroit Golf Club chef Kyle Hanley served a 10-course tasting menu to only 36 participants at the Elizabeth Theater above Detroit’s Park Bar. To make things more interesting, the food choices are based on and accompanied by Radiohead’s 2000 album “Kid A.” […]

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By Brandon Lewis, Staff Writer @Brandon_S_Lewis Gone are the days of unrecognizable mashed potatoes and beans in prison cafeterias. Kosher offerings are being added to the menus of prisons across the country. According to a New York Times article, Florida is the latest state to fall under the kosher spell. In 2007, Florida penitentiaries stopped serving […]

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By Sabrina Katz, Staff Writer @sabrina_katz Inspired by the show How to Live to 100, my column highlights one nutritious food each week, detailing its benefits on living a happy and healthy lifestyle. Each food item can also be found in either BU dining halls or close to campus, making them really easy to access! […]

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