Res Hall Recipes
By CAITLIN WILLIAMS
From burnt popcorn to forgetting to add water to easy mac, college students are historically not the best at cooking. During finals week students are even more tired and forgetful than any other time of the semester. However, these three recipes should be idiot proof and residence hall kitchen approved.
By ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP
With fall finally here, salads are going out of fashion and warm comfort food is on its way. Chilly, rainy days are the perfect setting for this dish. If you are anything like me, the dreary weather that frequently accompanies fall leaves you wanting warm drinks, movies and soup. Chicken and rice soup is a perfect way to conquer those chilly nights without having to put in much effort! This dish almost always leaves leftovers and freezes well for future meals.
By DELLA HETHCOX
Study breaks at coffee shops can be delightful, as you work on projects and essays with a seasonal latte in hand. However, if you are like most college students, drinking expensive coffees every day is not always an option, especially if those pastries by the registers are just as tempting.
By ELIZABETH BEAUCHAMP
Living away from home can be tough during the semester, but being able to make the dishes you love from your childhood can help smooth over any homesickness. Potato pancakes, for instance, are a family favorite dish of mine.
By TIFFANY OSUANAH
After transferring here last semester, I started to realize that I wanted to try making more meals of my own from my dorm. I also wanted to try to eat healthy and up my veggie intake, so I tried making my own stir-fry.
By SARAH NAYLOR
This Valentine’s Day, surprise your special someone with a sweet homemade treat. Every Feb. 14 for the past several years, I have tried out a new dessert recipe to make for the special people in my life. Most of these have been traditional chocolate recipes, but this year I decided to try something new. Cheesecake is one of my boyfriend’s favorite desserts, so I will be making these mini No-Bake Cheesecakes with Raspberry Sauce.
By KELSEY MOORING
With homecoming right around the corner, the hope of being at the hottest spot at the tailgating party is at an all-time high. This recipe for game-day sliders is an easy go-to meal that will serve at least 12 people and allow for some unique flavors to stand out.
By JULIANNE KUHN
As a student on a budget, I am always looking for a new way to save money while still getting a good meal. My love of ordering take-out is not always affordable, but I still want to get my fix of restaurant quality food.
By LEAH VAHJEN
This Hearty Chicken Tortilla Soup recipe is just that, plus its fast, inexpensive and downright delectable.