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Happy Homecoming everyone!
If only I could go back seven weeks in time, at the height of my sophomore summer at Dartmouth. I had just started following a relatively well-known food review website on Instagram, The Infatuation, and my life suddenly gained so much meaning.
It’s no secret that Dartmouth students don’t exactly flock to the bars in town when the weekend rolls around.
Moving from the San Francisco Bay Area to Dartmouth was quite the change for me. I realized that I would soon feel temperatures below zero, and have to wear snow boots and a parka just to remember what warmth felt like.
So I have to start this column by admitting that for some reason, this week I had no idea what type of dessert I wanted to make.
Check out part one here. The Friendlies: Delicious and affordable.
It is an exciting time of year for Jewish people everywhere — the High Holidays, or High Holy Days as some call it, are upon us.
Anyone walking down Main Streeton Wednesdaymust have noticed the huge line extending from the door of Boloco, the chain restaurant specializing in burritos that are either better than or almost as good as Chipotle’s, depending on who you ask.
Oh, the pleasure of getting an off-campus meal! While freshmen may still be infatuated with FoCo cookies and the Hop’s chicken tender quesos, those of us who have been here a little longer know the value of an off-campus meal. You will too, ’18s.
Lou's is now sporting a new menu. Maintaining the old favorites but adding some new options, smaller "Not Too Hungry" omelets and a few unique additions now fill the plastic sleeves of the shiny new menus.
14F is already underway, and with a new season comes a new flavor profile for all types of foods.
After a long relaxing summer, fall term is here at last. Fall in Hanover, as many know, is filled with joyful reunions, new beginnings and beautiful (not yet completely freezing) weather.
I must admit, I am a big fan of Cap'n Crunch.
Dearest readers, do not be stunned by the length of this dessert’s name.
It’s pretty crazy to think that the summer quarter is ending in less than three weeks.
It’s been a while, but I’m back! Editing other sections of The D has been a terrific experience this summer, but I am happy to return to my roots on Dartbeat and deliver what I do best – clever dessert creations. Much of my time the past few days has been spent gazing over #foodporn on Instagram and Buzzfeed, where I noticed one of Buzzfeed’s more questionable food articles claiming that a frittata is one of the top “26 foods you should learn to cook in your twenties.” I was close to closing my window entirely when the next article offered a more promising dessert that looked perfect for FoCo: I cannot emphasize just how easy this dessert was to recreate in FoCo. I love quesadillas, a fact undoubtedly shaped by California upbringing, but I have never had a dessert quesadilla!
This week’s dessert is, strangely enough, inspired by King Arthur Flour’s Instagram account.
My goal for the past two terms has been to step up my FoCo game, especially with such limited DDS locations and hours during the summer.