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Combat Dining Hall Disappointment

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Photos by Rohan Rastogi, Words by Nandini Ahuja

Same mundane Monday, same tofu pasta toss. Same chicken parmesan/cacciatore/marsala. Same intimidating line for grapes in the fruit section. Are you sick of the sameness already? For many of us, the dining hall is our main source of food and it can get dull. But with a little creativity, we can all become the sous-chefs of our dining experiences. The next time you scan the salad section at your dining hall, pause at the peas, carrots, and corn. If you’re lucky, you might even spot green beans. All four of these vegetables, though delicious fresh, are even more appealing steamed. Take a small bowl-full of any one of these veggies (or mix them together), add water, and microwave for about a minute. Voila! Steamed vegetables! You can add butter, garlic powder, salt, pepper, or any other spices your dining hall has available for use. If you do not see them at the salad station, don’t be shy and ask the other stations for a quick dash of their spices. You won’t regret it when you have a delicious side dish to accompany your otherwise boring dinner. The main course, could, of course, be much more than average.

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A Trek to West Campus - A Taste of Asian Cuisine

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Photos and Words by Kelsey Salamone

I must admit, that when I journeyed to StuVi 2 to check out the Sargent Choice Test Kitchen, I was a bit nervous. My fears were mostly caused by the fact that I hadn’t cooked in the two months since I arrived at Boston University--my biggest culinary achievement being a lopsided peanut butter and jelly sandwich. In other words, I was a tad rusty in the kitchen. Yet when I stepped into the apartment of Karen Jacobs, the driving force behind the Test Kitchen and a professor of Occupational Therapy at Sargent College, I immediately felt at ease. Jacobs offered everyone present the chance to make a cup of tea – I chose a cinnamon apple flavor and happily sipped it for the rest of the evening – and greeted her guests with a pleasant blend of friendliness and enthusiasm.

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