Vegetables, veggies, that green stuff. Whatever you call it, plants have a crucial role in human diet and are critical in keeping us healthy.
While it is no longer owned by France, the effects of St. Louis’ French founding can be seen today. Check out Nathaniel Reid Bakery in Kirkwood.
It may be hard to believe, but incoming freshmen need more energy and fuel than the average Bear.
Growing up, I had all the normal desserts in my lunch box—cookies, cupcakes, even the pre-packaged ones like Cosmic Brownies and Swiss Rolls. There was just one I didn’t have: Twinkies.
After beginning its food truck pilot program this spring, Dining Services will meet at the end of the semester to the potential of continuing it into next fall.
’m not sure what my favorite DUC station is, and I’m definitely not sure which one’s your favorite, but I can probably tell you which one you are.
Student Life’s food editor explores Filipino-inspired dishes at Guerrilla Street Food.
Many Washington University students are comfortable utilizing the Mexican food options available north of campus in the El Maguey and Mi Ranchito restaurants. But St. Louis has a selection of other restaurants that provide different experiences from the locations that Wash. U. students tend to frequent.
It is National Nutrition Month! Time to put away those chips and pizzas and chocolates, and get healthy. Don’t know where to start? Worry not, this Health Hacks Timeline has some good ideas for healthy swaps that can get you through the day.
You may have heard in the past few weeks (in fact, you probably have, as they’ve sent out several university-wide emails) about U Kitchen, the new-in-2016 food delivery service founded by Washington University alumni. U Kitchen delivers pre-portioned ingredients to your home (or dorm) and claims that you can cook them within 15 minutes for a delicious meal. Think Blue Apron, but designed with college students’ lifestyles (and budgets) in mind.