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Bread Disaster– Phillip Dunbar

January 25, 2014

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It was eighth grade in my middle school cooking class. Previous to today, my group and I were quite flawless in our cooking and baking. It was the day in the schedule that we were to make banana bread, one of my favorites. Everything was going as planned, we mixed all the ingredients, created the […]

蒸 水 蛋 – Annie Cheong

January 24, 2014

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There is one kind of food that I will never require a photo to recall what an experience was like and that is the food I grew up with: my mother’s cooking. When my mother knows I’m coming home for a visit, she undoubtedly makes my favorite dish. It may be as simple as it […]

My First Night in Rome–Michelle Maciel

January 23, 2014

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My first day in Rome was burdened with unpacking and uncertainty. I ventured out into the unfamiliar city to eat lunch with my boyfriend at a local cafe that was situated in-between both of our new apartments. We sat at the cafe ready to enjoy our first authentic Italian meal; a beautiful kick start to […]

Further Resources from Sarah Henry

January 26, 2012

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Here’s an email from Sarah Henry, our guest speaker, who went out of her way to kindly share more resources with all of us. Huge thanks, Sarah! Here goes: 1. Sarah met Lisa R, who runs Edible Excursions (formerly In the Kitchen with Lisa) when she went to interview Lisa for her Berkeleyside column: http://www.berkeleyside.com/2010/07/23/berkeley-bites-lisa-rogovin-epicurean-concierge/ […]

Mushrooms, Pineapple & Cinnamon… What?

January 26, 2012

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Three thoughts came to my head when I found out we had a cooking assignment as homework for the weekend. My first thought was, “How am I going to do this assignment when I don’t have a kitchen?” The second, (after I pulled the three ingredients out of the bag) “How am I supposed to […]

Hearts on Fire-Angelina Pasley

January 24, 2012

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The scorched Cuisinart pan outlasted the boyfriend for whom the dessert was intended. Early in the day, on the fourteenth day of February I awoke to an array of ideas for the perfect Valentine’s desserts for my sweetheart. Recipes strewn over every surface of the kitchen counter reminded my overly romantic self of the rose […]

Not stuffing my face . . . — Becca Cadloni

January 9, 2012

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Thanksgiving is one of my most favorite holidays, but this hasn’t always been for the obvious reason of food. I have always looked forward to this night with friends, family and a few strangers, as you never know who will be sitting around the table. The food is the part I used to dread. Although […]