Tagged Food

Frosh 2017: Frosh Food

La Taqueria Though a bit on the pricier side, the Students’ Union-run La Taqueria offers quality meals. Their tacos — particularly the cod ones — are fresh and flavourful, and their loaded fries are a tasty treat that appear in my mid-class daydreams with an alarming frequency. Just steer clear of the Oreo Churro, a…

Pep up your sandwich game with Kensington’s Peppino

By Miranda Krogstad, May 31, 2017 — It’s easy to walk right by Peppino if you aren’t looking for it. The Diagon Alley of sandwich shops, Peppino is a hidden gem cut into a brick building on Kensington Road.   True to its inconspicuous nature, Peppino isn’t a flashy bistro with polished granite counters, overpriced…

Incorporate kale into your diet with these four recipes

By Tommy Osborne, February 14 2017 — Kale is an incredibly healthy food. It’s full of powerful antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals, fibre and — best of all — no fat. But for many, the unappetizing taste of kale isn’t worth all the health benefits. But this doesn’t mean you can’t find ways to incorporate…

A review of bread sandwiches — the staple of every law abiding citizen’s life

By Ronn Miguel Delos Reyes, November 15 2016 — Sandwiches are the foundation of the food pyramid. By grabbing literally any food item and squeezing it between two slices of bread, you can make yourself this staple meal. You have your are ham sandwiches, tuna sandwiches, peanut butter sandwiches, jelly sandwiches and even peanut butter and…

Take a big bite out of your tasty, tasty future

By Jill Girgulis, March 29 2016 – Aries  (March 21 – April 19) A salad you ordered from a MacHall vendor that cannot be named due to an FBI ongoing investigation will be so gross that you will find yourself craving Dining Centre food. Yes, it will be that bad. You may die. Taurus  (April…

The best gluten-free banana bread ever

By Liv Ingram, March 19 2015 — With so many people adopting a gluten-free diet, it can be difficult to make treats all your friends can enjoy. Even more difficult is convincing your friends that gluten-free baking can taste better than wet cardboard. But this no-fuss, banana bread is fluffy, moist and sure to convert…

Seduce your valentine with a homemade vegan cranberry-orange pound cake

By Brittney MacDonal, The Other Press, February 12 2015 — Cake Ingredients: 2 3/4 cups all-purpose flour 1 tbsp. baking powder 1 tsp. baking soda 1 1/2 tsp. salt 1 cup margarine 1 1/2 cups sugar 2 tbsp. orange zest 1/2 tsp. orange extract or orange blossom water 1/2 cup vegan sour cream 1 cup…

Student in residence changes cooking forever

By Melanie Bethune, February 12 2015 — Dining options for students in residence have never been ideal. From the monotonous dining centre menu to the warm allure of Kraft Dinner, students without full kitchens are left with little room for creativity. However, a sudden burst of inspiration in second-year English student Melissa Woods’ Yamnuska Hall…

Container Bar gives alleys a good name

By Liv Ingram, August 7, 2014 — Downtown alleys aren’t typically where you want to hang out with friends, but local restauranteur Cam Dobranski is changing that. Owner of Brasserie and Winebar in Kensington, Dobranski has transformed the alley beside his businesses into Container Bar, a repurposed shipping container that’s now a quirky outdoor bar….

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