Chocolate volcano


Recipe inspired by: Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Aaron Wildavsky, Zimi Sloyer, Talia Menche Chocolate chip cookies are a timeless classic. That being said, there are so many takes on them that one doesn't know where to start when looking to shake things up a bit. As usual, the simplest method is usually the best, … Continue reading Chocolate volcano

Huevos rancheros… kind of


Recipe made by: Jon Galitzer Disclaimer: Looks better than it tastes Ingredients: Some type of oil Half a cucumber Mushroom if you want 4 eggs Hot Salsa Up for interpretation: garlic, black pepper, and chili flakes Directions: Pan fry the cucumber and mushrooms first, dress 'em, then throw in salsa, then throw on the eggs.

Alfredo Potatoes


Original post: Recipe made by: Hannah Iskow Winter break means hearty, warm meals cooked at home. Not quick grab-and-go breakfasts or simple fall snacks, but for the first time in a while, a true, hot and filling meal. So without further ado, I present to you…tonight’s dinner! This dish was quick and easy to prepare … Continue reading Alfredo Potatoes

Shockingly simple shakshuka


Recipe made by: Miranda Kalish, Robbie Shorr Finals week can be a hectic time. In addition to the studying, test taking, and paper writing, you've got to find time to pack for winter break and see your friends one last time before going home. And for those of us who live off campus, there's one … Continue reading Shockingly simple shakshuka

Lots of Latkes


Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr, Miranda Kalish It's hard to say what the most known Jewish food is, but latkes are definitely up there. And as the winter holiday season has gained even more prominence through social media, latkes have definitely risen up the ranks of the public consciousness. As such, there are now many … Continue reading Lots of Latkes

Power oatmeal


Recipe made by: Alex Ingber This fantastic cooking website is called Kosher Kollege, emphasis on “Kollege.” With that being said, we are no longer five or thirteen. Therefore, it is no longer acceptable to be making instant dinosaur oatmeal in the microwave for breakfast. Plus, for most of us it’s almost graduation and we know … Continue reading Power oatmeal

Sweet potato chicken soup for the soul


Recipe inspired by: Recipe made by: Robbie Shorr Slow cookers need to be used more by the college student population. Period. I myself had only used my slow cooker for cholent until I saw the light with this chicken stew. All the preparation that's needed for this delicious dish is some cutting and spicing, and you … Continue reading Sweet potato chicken soup for the soul