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Beat the lines with these revamped Super Bowl recipes

By Grace Kelly / Staff Writer

January 29, 2015


Filed under Culture, Food & Drink

The Super Bowl is not just about the game, the commercials or how much air is in the footballs. It’s also about the delectable spread you lay before your amigos and the carnal pleasure of licking your fingers after consuming way too many Buffalo wings. But all too often we sit back after the game...

Finals Edition: Easy recipes to help you eat well amidst the Finals grind

By Grace Kelly / Staff Writer

December 8, 2013


Filed under Archives

Finals week pretty much implies quick eats. Aside from nibbling on that chocolate-studded granola bar in the library at midnight, the idea of taking the time to make and eat dinner can seem, well, impossible.However, while Kraft macaroni and cheese, ramen or microwaved frozen vegetables (ugh) may seem the only p...

Homecoming Edition: Game day grilling done right with the Copy Chef

By Pat Mallee / Copy Chief

September 26, 2013


Filed under Archives

No football game-day experience is complete without a great pregame tailgate. And to have a truly great tailgate, you’ll need some truly great food to munch on.Over time, a particular blend of cuisines has become the hallmark of tailgate dining — part barbecue, part picnic. And while many tailgat...

Pitt Cookbook reflects shift in local food culture

By Grace Kelly / Staff Writer

September 23, 2013


Filed under Archives

Cookbooks from the past have a special quality. They show not only obvious differences in culture in general, but more specifically the differences in food culture. While scanning the shelves of my favorite part of the library, the cookbook section (yes, I am an unabashed cookbook reader), a slim spin...

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