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Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser

Falafel — the inexpensive, crunchy crowd pleaser

A recipe for carnivores and herbivores alike
Ashley Allen, Arts Columnist April 28, 2021

Say goodbye to dense dough balls; this falafel recipe includes fresh ingredients you can purchase on a budget. Plus, you can make your falafels as spicy and as big or small as you want. I always whip up...

When in doubt, look to bread-baking for some comfort

When in doubt, look to bread-baking for some comfort

Noelle Barrera September 16, 2020

photosAt some point in late April, when everyone was adjusting to being in our homes for an unforeseeable amount of time, I decided that I would make a sourdough starter from scratch. Everyone Online (TM)...

Photo credit: Kayla Padilla

Kayla’s Kitchen: Arroz con leche

Kayla Padilla September 3, 2020

photo by Kayla Padilla Arroz con leche, a timeless classic in Mexican households everywhere, translates to rice with milk. Rice has a way of bringing people and cultures together. Arroz con leche is...

Photo credit: Gracen Hoyle

Kayla’s Kitchen: Fideo With Friends

Kayla Padilla August 27, 2020

Illustration by Gracen Hoyle Vegetarianism in the Latinx community has grown in the past decade, but sometimes family gatherings can leave you hungry for something more than side dishes. What if you’re...

Natashas Kitchen: Enjoying the lentil things

Natasha’s Kitchen: Enjoying the lentil things

Natasha Sahu February 27, 2020

Photo by Natasha SahuListen, I’m not a picky eater. I remember being told by my mom about how when I was a kid, I would just sit there and quietly eat everything. When my brother was born and he...

Natashas Kitchen: Curséd Casseroles

Natasha’s Kitchen: Curséd Casseroles

Natasha Sahu February 13, 2020

Photo by Natasha SahuI’ve mentioned many times before how much I hated my mom’s pasta growing up. She most likely won’t see this anyway, so I think I can trash her pasta a little more...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

Natasha’s Kitchen: Vegan Vermicelli Pudding

Natasha Sahu January 30, 2020

Illustration by Ren RaderNew year, new me, as they say. When I logged onto Twitter on New Year's Day, everyone was announcing to the world their resolutions for the new year. As your resident Aquarius,...

Kaylas dorm microwave

Kayla’s dorm microwave

Kayla Padilla November 15, 2019

Photo by Kayla PadillaInspired by Natasha’s gorgeous food column, I decided to channel my inner creative and cook dinner Monday evening. Natasha’s commitment to her writing is admirable; every...

Photo credit: Ren Rader

Macabre meal ideas

Natasha Sahu October 24, 2019

Illustration by Ren RaderPutting some pretzel sticks on a marshmallow is nothing new, try out some new Halloween and fall-themed recipes to make your party a super hit!Halloween FireballDrink responsibly...

Constantine Kouldukis, left, and Gabriel Levine, right, enjoy living the frat life together. photo by Amani Canada, photo editor

Living among the frat boys

Gabriel Levine February 22, 2018

With senior year at Trinity comes the opportunity to live off campus. For most people, this involves either an apartment or a house with one to three other people. I, however, decided to go for the sitcom...

photo by Amani Canada

Discovering cooking through my parents

Gabriel Levine September 20, 2017

Living in a house off campus for senior year feels like a training run for independent living. Dishes have to be cleaned, floors have to be swept, furniture has to be purchased and trash and recycling...

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