Posts Tagged ‘food and drink’
For those of you who plan to spend this week frantically grocery shopping and preparing for Passover, don’t forget a dessert to accompany your marathon meal. In this week’s “Recipes Tested,” Harry Flager gives a simple and sweet ending for your seder. Recipe and photos after the jump. More »
A full breakfast is the cure to anyone’s morning hangover. We all have a special place in our hearts for omelets: that glorious breakfast-y egg mixture lathered in butter, cooked through, and folded around a wide array of tasty toppings. But which local establishment boasts the best dish? Spec’s Kalena Zimmerman went on the ultimate breakfast mission to rank the best omelet in MoHi. Full list and winner after the jump. More »
All rested from spring break and ready for a somewhat daunting culinary task? Try Tres Leches, Harry Flager’s favorite dessert to make and and excellent cake for milk lovers. While this recipe is a bit more time consuming than previous “Recipes Tested” posts, the final product is worth the extra effort. Recipe and photos after the jump. More »
For those of you who aren’t in Cancun and are looking for something to do, Harry Flager gives a recipe for the more adventurous student. Recipe and photos after the jump. More »
Although it may not feel like it, spring is just around the corner. If you don’t believe us, ask this little guy. The sun is shining, people are sitting on the steps of Low, and you’re wondering what sort of tasty desserts you could be enjoying to welcome the warm weather, right? Well, for those of you harboring a summery craving for some iced dessert and that John Jay frozen yogurt just isn’t cutting it for you, here’s a list of some fabulous alternative frozen desserts to cool that desire for a springtime treat. More »
When I was young, my family and I traveled across Montana on a road trip. I was in heaven—and it wasn’t because of the thrilling city of Billings or the state’s diverse flora and fauna. Surprisingly, it was Montana’s culinary landscape. In light of an upcoming pie contest, restaurants across the state were serving all kinds of the classic American dessert—from apple to blueberry, pecan to chocolate, and everything in between.
However, according to an article in the LA Times, this little slice of Montana heaven may become a widespread reality. Foodies across America have predicted that, soon enough, the mini-pie will replace the cupcake.
Looking to charm your Valentine this holiday? Harry Flager’s got a suggestion for the men out there—the way to any girl’s heart is through these cupcakes.
Valentine’s Day may still be the Hallmark holiday, but the food industry is hot on its heels in terms of commercial exploitation. So in the spirit of love and capitalism, we’ve rounded up the best MoHi spots for a sentimental meal this Feb. 14. More »