Collegian columnist Emily Abrams shares a recipe for homemade sweet potato soup.
Collegian Columnist Katie Landeck show you how to make awesome peanut butter chocolate chip pancakes.
Kristina Kulyabina reveals the recipe for her favorite breakfast treat: Blinchiki.
The Russian version of a crepe, called blin for short, truly beats all. Formulated with similar ingredients to that of a pancake, the final product is super thin, round and perfect.
As the leaves begin to turn, Arts Editor Ellie Rulon-Miller lists some of her favorite fall beverages and pastries.
Need help easing the pain of starting classes again? Try one of these mixers.
Dreading the rapidly approaching fall season? Try this sangria recipe for a fruity summertime mixed drink.
Whichever way you pronounce it, the stately pecan is an American classic and a nutrition dynamo, which is why it merits its own national holiday – this Saturday.
After a particularly gruesome workout, it is essential to your body’s health to regain nutrients it lost. These post- gym snacks will replenish protein and carbs, all without canceling out your gym-time.
Tomorrow brings the annual celebration of the famed stovetop sandwich, the grilled cheese. The only proper way to celebrate is by eating on in any of the myriad of ways to prepare the delicacy.
With the impending spring, fresh fruits are available everywhere for a great addition to a light recipe.
Yesterday marked the official launch of The Hatch’s new eatery, umac & cheese, with an appearance from menu chef Alan Archer.
Did you know that April 2 is National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day? Celebrate the proper way with the best sandwich the world has ever known.
As finals season approaches, drowsy students will doubtless appreciate these inspired permutations of the all-too-often uninspired coffee beverages that keep them awake.
Mints, fruits, berries and bitters come together in these tasty cocktail recipes to provide you with a very refreshing way to make your springtime a little springier.
This St. Patty’s Day, sample some of the most festive cocktails with classic Irish favorites such as James, Guinness and Bailey’s.
Take a look at a few different delicious treats that can be made with a St. Paddy’s day flair.
Why not vary from the boring green been and apple martini this St. Patty’s Day? Try some of these crazy combinations for a holiday you’ll be soon to forget.
Though the Shamrock Shake might be back on McDonald’s menu, the beverage has become a rarity and unlike its original self.
Collegian columnist Alexa Wilansky goes over some healthy recipes for the holiday.