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I’m Jewish, and I’m hungry: Evaluating Evanston options for Passover

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

April 16, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Food/Dining, The Current

Subway, Jimmy John’s, Cosi, Einstein Bros, Panera Bread. All sandwich shops. All less than one block from campus. These bread-filled heavens mock me as I walk past. The sourdough rolls taunt me at every meal. It feels ...

Cooking and Recipes: Buttermilk pancakes

Benjamin Kraft, Recipe Blogger

April 6, 2014

Filed under Columns & Reviews, Food/Dining, Lifestyle, The Current

Welcome back, hungry college students, to the new quarter — and a third consecutive quarter of dorm food. Who's excited?! Me neither, but that's what I'm here for! My name is Ben and I am majoring in nothing to do with writing...

Pincidents: Chocolate balloon bowl failure pops expectations

Hayley Glatter, Copy chief

February 26, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Food/Dining, The Current

Augustus Gloop is a bit of an idol of mine. Though he failed to win the keys to Mr. Wonka’s chocolate factory, Sir Gloop’s unbridled devotion to all things candy appeals to me on a deep — some would even say spiritual...

Pincidents: Valentine’s DIY for the millennial generation

Hayley Glatter, Copy Chief

February 12, 2014

Filed under Blogs, Current Blogs, Food/Dining, The Current

In my dark, Taylor Swift-obsessed days, I was really excited about the 2010 movie “Valentine’s Day.” Tay had a small role in the film alongside then-boyfriend Taylor Lautner, and I was totally jazzed to see my idol make t...

Mediterranean restaurants square off

Hayley Glatter, Copy chief

February 12, 2014

Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Columns & Reviews, Food/Dining, The Current, Top Current Story

After I returned to Evanston from my trip to Israel this Winter Break, the last thing I wanted to do was eat Mediterranean food. I turned up my nose to all mentions of the word pita and was insulted by dining hall hummus. I claimed I ha...

Around the world in 20 foods

Sofia Rada, Blogger

February 7, 2014

Filed under Current Blogs, Food/Dining, The Current

The other day, I was talking to someone who had just come back from studying abroad. She told me one of the things she surprisingly missed most while away was peanut butter. She discovered that something so commonplace here was...