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It's hard to name a dessert as sweet, iconic and American as pie, yet the classic dish tends to be overshadowed by other sweets and only served on special occasions such as Thanksgiving. Luckily, Jan. 23 is National Pie Day, a holiday created simply for celebrating the quintessential American dish. The “pie” part of pie day often takes on a number of meanings: Pie obviously can refer to a delicious dessert, or a savory dinner or a mathematical constant (pi). Because of this, there are multiple ways in which you can participate in the festivities. A pie by any other name would smell as sweet (unless it’s pi).
Today celebrates the famous caffeinated Italian drink in American fashion with National Cappuccino Day.
Eating healthy as a college student is notoriously difficult. As Rutgers is a college campus home to a plethora of fast food spots and fat sandwiches, the legend of the freshman 15 often becomes a reality for many students.
Let’s be honest: loving to cook and being a college student don’t exactly align. You might even say that these things are at odds with each other.
One of the best parts of autumn is the food. After a hot summer spent eating ice cream and more ice cream, we can finally settle back into warm, comforting dishes.
This past weekend, Rutgers’ favorite local coffee shop, Hidden Grounds, debuted a new weekend brunch menu at their 4C Easton Ave location.
Let’s face it, vegans get a bad rap — some people find their limited palate annoying and obnoxious or worry that their vegan friend will be judging them as they cut into a juicy steak.The Rutgers Veg Society is hoping to change that stigma this Wednesday with "Hug-a-Vegan Day" at The Yard on College Avenue.“The mission of this event is to interact with fellow Rutgers students to promote a sense of unity between those of different dietary lifestyles,” said Nikki Iannantuano, the public relations chairwoman for the Rutgers Veg Society.