Food

Oils for your every need

We’ve all heard about the Internet’s obsession with coconut oil. It seems to do everything from cure acne to doubling as shaving cream.Continue...

The most underappreciated foods on campus

Instead of your usual go-tos, why not take a chance on something that flies a little further under the radar? These are just some of the foods from all around campus that are lacking love, but definitely deserve it.Continue...

From basic to delish with a mircowave

Eating well as a student is hard — funds are low and schedules are full. It’s easy to associate cooking with high grocery bills and wasted time. Why spend an hour in my kitchen for something I’ll eat in five minutes when I could be in Stauffer?Continue...

A new cheese for the New Year

As the gym becomes packed with resolution-ers and diets switch from Christmas feasts to healthy eats, the perfect opportunity arises to learn a few staple healthy recipes.Continue...

Getting to the core of food insecurity: we have to start somewhere

There are many factors that feed into food insecurity on our campuses — but when it comes to solving the issue, the hunger will only be satisfied if someone takes the first bite.Continue...

Fall harvest soup to keep you warm this season

As we put away our bikinis for blanket scarves and trade days at the Pier for Stauffer nights, autumn is upon us.Continue...

Paradiso pizza challenge serves up a humble pie

In grade 12, three friends and I entered a spicy wing eating contest at Tammie’s Queen of WinContinue...

How far can $20 in food get you on campus?

Being a broke student is one thing and being a broke student who aspires to live off of more than a ramen noodle diet is another.Continue...

Best of Kingston

The results are in! Over the past week, Lifestyle polled students on their favourite places on and off campus. We’re talking best place to grab drinks, take your parents, and even poop (that doesn’t include your home). To follow are the results for the 2015-16 survey.Continue...

We tried Tommy’s Burger Challenge. It didn’t go well.

Nick: Meat is murder — or maybe 3 lbs. of it is. Katie: Tuesday night, Nick and I tested our stomachs in “Tommy’s Ultimate Burger Challenge” — a 3lb burger topped with three fried eggs, eight strips of bacon and four slices of Canadian cheddar, nestled between buttered Ciabatta, with a generous serving of poutine and a 20oz milkshake — all to be consumed in one hour.Continue...

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