By Elise Franck Steam rises from the pan. One more stir, and they’re done. Sometimes there’s nothing better than a simple stir-fry of fresh veggies--with a dash of red pepper, of course. I’ve been fortunate enough to work on an organic farm for the past few summers and even luckier to be able to take … Continue reading In Praise of Simple Food
By Olivia Heins Mushrooms are a part of The Environmental Working Groups clean 15, which means they are one of 15 fruits and vegetables that have significantly fewer pesticides. Mushrooms grow all year round but are most plentiful in the fall months. Ingredients:½ pound boneless skinless thin-sliced chicken breast (preferably organic)1 egg1 cup Italian seasoned … Continue reading Chicken Marsala… With Mushrooms!
By Taylor Dowd Chocolate babka: the intersection of buttery dough, chocolatey swirls and a bit of patience. Babka is a dense sweet bread that originated in Eastern Europe. Known for its beautiful swirl pattern, babka has become much more popularized in recent days, modified with different kinds of fillings. I wanted to try my hand … Continue reading Making Chocolate Babka
By Justin Rampert Oh, these insane times. Luckily for you, I’ve got a simple recipe that’ll help in aiding your health and supplement against the global pandemic. During the breaks in my time of solitude my dog and I have taken to the backwood trails near my house. The Spring season is one of the … Continue reading Springtime Super Tea
By Laura Bojamaa When it comes to wearing makeup during quarantine, there are either those who are motivated, who decide to use this time to try new products, be creative and do extravagant looks, or those that want to take advantage of this time to proudly show their natural skin. Although you may feel like … Continue reading Staying Natural: The Real Benefits of a Makeup-Free Routine During Quarantine
By Emily Trama Being stuck at home is a serious bummer. Not being able to see your friends, go to the movies, the gym, anywhere really, could be putting a bad taste in your mouth every day. Having school and jobs taken away could be leaving you with a lot of stress and little structure. … Continue reading Health at Home
By Susanna Granieri This upheaval of your life, as for many others, has been heartwrenching, difficult and chaotic – you’re not alone. “For me, a lot of my classes could transition somewhat seamlessly to online and could even be taught as such off the bat; but in reality, the process hasn’t been such a walk … Continue reading Different Ways to get Free Content During the Quarantine