“Halloween Wars” was my favorite show … until they changed just about everything.
After nearly two months of school, the official Instagram account for Miami University’s dining services announced in a post on Monday, Oct. 10 that they had listened to the student body’s wishes and brought back our beloved all-day breakfast services.
Maybe you feel that bagels which you deem “firm” are too difficult on the teeth, rendering your poor mouth aching after eating that horrid treat New Yorkers have been nagging on about for decades. But, maybe, just maybe, you’ve not had a proper bagel before.
So during the first weeks of school, I took it upon myself to eat lunch or dinner at every one of the four new restaurants in Armstrong: Field to Fork, Evergrains at Haines, Eiffel Pizza and Kabar. (I also stopped by the revamped Red Zone.) Let’s see how they did.
Using what I remembered about elotes, and with a bit of help from my older sister, I was able to create a very simple recipe fit for the average broke college student. With this recipe, you’ll be able to create a taste of Mexico in your very own residence hall.
If you’re going to have vegetarian options on your menus, you’d better have the food to serve them to hungry vegetarians on your campus.
If you’ve been to the Armstrong Student Center this semester, you may have noticed that things are a little different. Specifically, the food.
Today I did something that, a year ago, I would have deemed unthinkable: I enjoyed dining hall pizza.
There are no fancy spices, unusual vegetables or unheard-of proteins in this one. You literally only need spinach, eggs, feta, pizza dough, pepper and garlic. Who knew six ingredients could be thrown together so quickly, easily and deliciously?
The combination of sausage, pesto and feta cheese not only dances across the mind as an idea, but dances, too, across my taste buds. The perfect ratio creates the perfect dressing for the rotini, vastly exceeding the already high expectations I set as I walked into the dining room.