dorm cooking

Three recipes to try in your new apartment 

Living in an apartment comes with all sorts of changes. For many, moving off campus means committing to making your own food and no longer relying on the convenience of Bear’s Den or Paws and Go. To help with this transition, I compiled three of my own recipes that are perfect for first-time apartment dwellers and first-time cooks alike.

| Staff Writer

The College Chef’s Handbook: A dorm-friendly apple pie

Whether you are staying here on campus for Thanksgiving, or if you are going home as well, I trust you’ll find this recipe just as inviting as I do. 

| Staff Writer

The College Chef’s Handbook: Birthday cake

I took on another cooking project. I decided to bake an entire birthday cake — completely from scratch — in our dorm kitchen. 

| Staff Writer

First-year food: four keys to dorm cooking, everyday staples, and must-have items

While food probably isn’t your priority right now, as a rising sophomore, I find myself looking back on my first year wishing I knew more about WashU food and dorm cooking last fall.

| Staff Writer

Dorm Delicacies: Three recipes using Paws and Go ingredients 

  After a full day of classes and activities and with another midterm approaching rapidly, I grab my ID and trudge to Paws and Go for the third time this week.

| Contributing Writer

How to finesse the vegan game on campus

I’ve concocted vegan recipes that can be created in the comfort of your residential hall’s kitchen with the use of on-campus eatery ingredients. You know you’ve always wanted to go vegan, so why not start now?

Jillian Shah | Contributing Writer

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