Today I will be giving a recipe that is a little bit larger and more complicated than previous posts, but is definitely something anyone can tackle. I personally love Thai food and this is my own personal version of Shrimp Pad Thai.
Shrimp Pad Thai
Today I woke up HUNGRY, so I spent some time rummaging through the cabinets to see what ingredients I already had. I found a can of tuna somewhere in the deep dark hole that is my pantry. I decided to make a tuna salad out
Sometimes when I look at recipes and see a long list of ingredients I immediately become overwhelmed, or assume that it will be too expensive. If you can relate then this recipe is dedicated to you.
My dad grew a lot of zucchini in his garden
One of my favorite foods is hummus, however it can get pretty expensive to buy, not to mention how small of an amount you get. Luckily making homemade hummus is pretty easy with the right tools. A food processor, blender, or emulsifier is necessary, but doesn't
Working over co-op and supporting yourself financially can be challenging. Here are a few tips that help me save money on food so that I can spend it elsewhere.
Go plant-based (or mostly plant-based). In other words, cut back on meat. Meat is usually the
Hi everyone! As you probably know my name is Shelby, and I am a 4th year at Antioch College. My last two co-ops have been spent working in kitchens/dealing with food, and it is a HUGE passion of mine. If you're like me, and don't
Here is a quick guide to some acronyms I may use for recipes so that you are aware of what is in the food.
GF = Gluten Free
V = Vegan
SF = Soy Free
DF = Dairy Free
EF = Egg Free
MF = Meat Free
NF = Nut Free
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I currently work at The Cakery in Troy, Ohio. It is a small corporation that is known for their baked goods and receiving an award for best Buckeyes in Ohio.
During my time at the cake shop, I have eaten cupcakes,