recipes

Valentine’s Day for one

Valentine’s Day is all about celebrating love, so this year why not celebrate your love
for yourself?Continue...

Have a holly, jolly Chrismukkah

Is it even really a holiday without brunch? The answer is no, my friends.Continue...

A very cranberry Thanksgiving

Nothing says Thanksgiving more than a table full of meals scattered with cancer-fighting, infection-preventing little berries — cranberries, that is.Continue...

For the love of sweets

In the modern world, Valentine’s Day is filled with anonymous candy grams, roses and a special night shared with a significant other.Continue...

A hunger for the holidays

During the restful, post-exam stretch of the holidays, it’s easy to be lazy and forgo making homemade treats.Continue...

Milkshake recipes for any season

The arrival of snow prompts us to put away all our summer gear and say goodbye to popsicles, smoothies and shorts.Continue...

Cream cheese, maple, and pecan mini cheesecakes recipe

If you’re invited to a potluck but have midterms to study for, we’ve got you covered. This recipe for delicious mini cheesecakes is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth while taking minimal time and effort to prepare.Continue...

Pork chops and pan-fried peppers

This delicious dish of pork chops and pan-fried peppers tastes like a home-cooked family dinner and is a great, comforting meal for the colder months ahead.Continue...

Marshmallows, chocolate and bunnies (oh my)

I think we can all agree that the four months of summer always feel like the shortest months of the year. But although the season of pumpkin spice and orange ivy on campus quickly approaches, there’s no need to ditch your campfire dreams just yet.Continue...

Molten lava in a winter wonderland

As the air starts to cool, and the dreaded Kingston winds start to pick up, many of us find ourselves bundled up wishing for the warm summer months to return. Better yet, for the winter break to finally come packed with holiday treats.Continue...

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