Space in college is limited. You can’t have a fully stocked kitchen with all the bells and whistles. Being strategic is crucial and often leads to some meals being unavailable. I have some suggestions that will keep your kitchen capable for any meal, while keeping some space open in your kitchen.
It’s almost fall break; so, by now, everyone is burnt out by school and struggling to justify their life choices. No matter who or your position at Washington University, you need an outlet. Exercise, endless YouTube videos and partying are all common ways we destress, and each have their merits. But the king of refilling your emotional tank is food.
Good things come to those who prepare. Nowhere is that more apparent than with food.
Vegetables, veggies, that green stuff. Whatever you call it, plants have a crucial role in human diet and are critical in keeping us healthy.
I love pasta. I love its shapes, I love its sauces, I even like saying pasta because it makes me remember happier times when I had pasta and wasn’t just saying it in a mirror three times to force it to appear.
Steak is iconic; steak is immortal; steak is love. Instead of shelling out more money than you would on a new pair of Jordans, you can pick up a nice, $30 steak and make someone fall in love with you.