Carmalized Apple Coconut Pancakes

It’s fall and while pumpkins are all dandy and good, I’m partial to apples. I’m also partial to butter. What You’ll Need: 1) Apples. I’m sure a real baker/chef would recommend a specific type of apple for caramelizing but alas, you just have me and I think Fuji apples are pretty great for this. 2) Butter. I […]

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Avocado Pasta

Pasta is pretty much my life. Avocados are sort of up there too. And unfortunately for me, I like sauces on my pasta that aren’t exactly healthy for me. I’m looking at you alfredo. But that’s where the avocado bit comes in. Avocado can make for a very nice addition to a pasta dish and […]

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Tales of a Pre-Adult: Final Semester

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it,” Ferris Bueller once said. I try to tell myself that to rationalize me not having posted anything about this series in months. I looked around and it was great but now I’m back with my brother to […]

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Garlic Chili Pasta with Roasted Cauliflower

Pasta is great. Cauliflower is great. Put them together and you get, you guessed it: greatness. This isn’t my own recipe but I tweaked it to what I had on hand. The original recipe can be found here. What You’ll Need: 1. Pasta. In the recipe it calls for spaghetti but of course I didn’t […]

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Quick Chicken Fajitas

This isn’t restaurant quality but it’s as good as you can expect from someone without anything but white in their background. What You’ll Need: 1. Chicken. Or steak. Pork. Some other, more obscure, meat. 2. An onion.  3. A pepper. 4. Salsa. 5. Avocado or guacamole.  6. Oil. I use olive oil. 7. Tortillas.  8. Fajita seasoning. I […]

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On the Run: Filming

First Day, Mom! The night started at 8:30 when Mia picked my roommate and I up for a coffee and food run. Despite the presence of finals looming over her head and the lack of sleep showing in her inability to form coherent sentences she’s excited, ready to take on the late night that will ensue. Because […]

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On the Run: Callbacks

Walking into one of the on campus buildings and seeing actors with crumpled scripts in their hands, mumbling under their breath was a sight. I could quite literally feel the buzz in the air of nerves and excitement and hope that maybe they could get the part they desired. Then I stepped into the room where […]

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