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Flourless Chocolate Chickpea Blondies

February 15, 2018

In honor of Canned Food Month, I thought I would do something unexpected and use one of my favorite canned beans in a dessert. Even if chickpeas make for the perfect salad topping, they actually hide well in these Flourless Chocolate Chickpea Blondies by making them more moist and dense! Servings: 12 muffins Prep Time: […]

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Mexico City under the radar

February 8, 2018

This oft-overlooked city offers spring-breakers on a budget a unique, cultural experience. Looking for a cheap, historic, and exciting travel destination this spring break? Look no further than Mexico City. With direct flights on JetBlue and Aeromexico starting at $250, there is no reason not to visit this metropolitan city filled with beautiful churches, museums, […]

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Vegetarian adventures in Georgia

February 3, 2018

It surprises many that far away in the exotic wedge of land separating Europe and Asia, there is another Georgia, a country whose similarities with the state next door stop with the name. One is further surprised that the country Georgia has a fabulously vegetarian-friendly cuisine, a change from its meat-loving neighbors. A former Soviet […]

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3 Min Microwave Cinnamon Raisin English Muffin

February 3, 2018

When I was home for winter break, I was lucky to be waking up to the aroma of my mother’s freshly baked goods. Now that I am back in a dorm, I still want to enjoy those comforting and delicious foods. I came up with a recipe that uses ingredients which can all be bought […]

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A holiday treat: Cocoa bliss balls

December 7, 2017

I was saving this recipe for the future, but the holidays are all about sharing, so I thought I would give you one of my favorite recipes as an early Christmas gift!

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Pumpkin pie pancakes

November 30, 2017

Find a use for that leftover pumpkin pie just sitting in your fridge.

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Asian-inspired chicken noodle soup

November 9, 2017

It is no surprise that the winds have taken a turn for the colder side. With temperatures dropping, the oversized hoodies, boots, and beanies have made an appearance, but we cannot forget about the comfort foods that are also bound to keep us warm in this weather. This Asian-inspired chicken noodle soup is a hardy […]

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Six must-haves for any kitchen

September 28, 2017

Now that a couple of weeks have gone by since school started, hopefully we are beginning to settle into our new living situations. Whether you are living on or off campus, I think we could all benefit from having some cheap, versatile, and delicious foods on hand. As a foodie, I could make an exhaustive […]

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Movies so bad…they’re good

February 23, 2017

We have heard this statement many times before when talking about people’s favorite films. “It’s just so bad that it’s fun.” With the release of Fifty Shades: Darker, this statement stands the test of time. I remember sitting at Sandspur Article Assignment meeting and having an overwhelming amount of people planning to go see this […]

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Study abroad: club, cards, and overcommitting

December 1, 2016

Back in Freshers’ Week, we attended the Freshers’ Fair, where clubs—or “societies,” as everyone here calls them—set up tables to recruit new members in the Student Union building. Well, clubs and students advertised inside and outside two buildings, around a field, down by the film building, and pretty much anywhere they could for what must […]

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