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National Chili Day: Chili for the Chilly Days

Savanah Drollinger February 22, 2024

National Chili Day, celebrates a delicious warming dish on February, 22nd. This is a perfect day to take the lead in making a comforting meal to end your Thursday night. Nothing is better than the chilly...

Smoked Barbecue Brisket

Southwest Seasoning

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer February 20, 2024

Throughout the haul of cooking, many different regions have laid claim to different flavor profiles and spices with each unique flavor shaping that region. We see in the Northwest, an immense fishing culture...

Sackets Harbor

National Dark Chocolate Day: Opening Into the History and Benefits

Savanah Drollinger February 1, 2024

Each year on February 1st is a day dedicated to honor one of the world's favorite treats: dark chocolate. This is a luxuriously rich, velvety treat that has been around for centuries. Made from the seed...

Holemade Kombucha.

Kreative Kombucha

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer January 25, 2024

Walking into a local supermarket can be a blur of color and flavor that seems never-ending. The different brands of juices, teas, and coffees all line the shelves, waiting for someone to pluck them off...

Edamame in full force.

The Enticing Edamame

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer December 18, 2023

Steamed air wafts out of the kitchen; windows are left open to let out the air's humidity. A pot bubbles to a boil, causing great anticipation for those who eagerly await what is inside the pot. But what's...

Inside, the delicate, flavorful Mangosteen.

The Majestic Mangosteen

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer November 14, 2023

A plump, round, purple fruit lays in the chaos of the grocery store. Many pass it by for other fruits seemingly more attractive, but this small and flavorful fruit is nothing to scoff at. Its green stem...

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Pasta’s Past and Present

Anna Alt November 13, 2023

Pasta has been around for centuries, with the first official pasta noodle dating back to the 13th century in Italy. Beginning with humble origins as a basic mix of flour and water, pasta has transcended...

A Sandwich, up close and personal.

Traveling Taste Buds: Lets Try Some Sandwiches

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

With American foot being a melting pot of food from around the world, it's hard to pinpoint a staple in American cuisine. Pizza comes from the rigid streets of Rome, Italy, hot dogs and hamburgers from...

Jade Tea: A Boba Review

Jade Tea: A Boba Review

Anna Alt November 3, 2023

After opening on the corner of Knapp and the East Beltline during the summer, Jade Tea has become a popular, local, boba cafe that offers a multitude of drink options. The official opening was on August...

Pepper X, up close and personal.

Meet the Worlds Newest Pepper: Pepper X

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer October 31, 2023

Imagine an unusual pepper. It has a common green and yellow hue, but they aren't solid. They fade down the sides and taper off at a point. This pepper doesn't have the classic deep green of a Jalapeno,...

Casu Marzu in a traditional Italian dinner

A Sardinian Classic: Casu Martzu

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer October 18, 2023

Notes of the fresh Italian air whiff against your face, as the sun rises in the east on the small little island. Hints of evergreen pine permeate the air in droves as goats bleat and run around, kicking...

Different fresh fall dishes

Fall Spices

Julian Zolenski, Staff Writer October 13, 2023

As strangers walk down the street, the fall leaves give way from their sturdy branches, leaving them smooth and bare. The sunlight creeps its way through the tree line to caress the skyline. A strong,...

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