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Kitchen Disaster-Antonio Cisneros

January 30, 2014

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The kitchen is the most dangerous place in the world. Well at least for me it is since I’m horrible at cooking. I was a spoiled child; being fed from the day I was born until I decided to abandon my mother’s beautiful kitchen. We had to detach ourselves; I had become too dependent on […]

Kitchen Disaster– Ellen Copsey

January 25, 2014

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Kitchen Disasters It was only a couple of months ago when this disaster took place. The guy I was dating at the time was actually the primary cook in the relationship, and I did not mind this one bit. Instead of going out to eat and spending money, he would instead enjoy making a home […]

2nds: Man I want another!

January 24, 2014

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Seconds: the next helping after the first; the second plate. This past Friday our class went on an edible excursions tour of the Mission neighborhood in San Francisco. Here are three dishes that deserve seconds (in order of eaten). Wise Sons Jewish Delicatessen The sight of a beautifully stacked pastrami sandwich accompanied by pickles immediately […]

That One Time in France…- Katie Deutsch

January 24, 2014

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While I was in Nice, France this summer my friend and I came across a corner restaurant that was painted a bright yellow with murals of an old lady doing different activities, such as riding a scooter, a long side the building. The outer appearance was so intriguing that we had to eat there. The […]

Zikomo!- Riki Berglin

January 24, 2014

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ZIKOMO Making Nsima ns Chinsapo, Malawi, Africa As I played with Tacondwa in the village of Chinsapo, in Malawi, Africa, her mom invited me to their humble home for lunch. It wasn’t the wonderful taste that keeps the moment so fresh in my mind; in fact, the taste was the worst part of the meal. […]

I Hate Onions–Evan Falco

January 24, 2014

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Last summer I almost blinded myself in the kitchen. Yes you heard me right, Blinded. The dish was french onion soup and the bain of my existence were the damn onions. The recipe called for a whole bag of onions and was quite the gauntlet for us amateur onion cutters. There is nothing quite like […]

A Kitchen Disaster–Lauren Calvio

January 24, 2014

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The air was ashy and my arms began to cramp as I fanned the kitchen door back and forth in an attempted to clear out the room. The windows were all wide open, the only answer we could think of to further ventilate the smoke. That age old command your parents tell you, Don’t burn […]