Challah French toast

breakfast
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Have you ever been left with some extra challah after a Friday night dinner? Have you ever just let it sit on your kitchen counter through the weekend until it’s stale and then not known what to do with it? Lucky for you, that stale challah you find lying around your kitchen Sunday morning can make for an excellent brunch. Here, we show you just how.
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Black bean, corn ‘freezer’ quesadillas

Coming home from a long day working at an internship or taking summer classes, you may just be tempted to order take-out. You’re too tired to cook, right? Well, with a little meal prep you may not have to go there. Make these cheesy, veggie-packed quesadillas and stick them in
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soup

Persian ‘sour’ stew

Someone somewhere probably wanted stew so badly, they couldn’t even wait for their grapes to ripen. Well, this may not exactly be the origin story for Persian ashe torsh, literally “sour stew.” This stew features ghooreh, or unripe, sour grapes, a common ingredient used in Persian cooking that adds a tart punch to
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egg in the pan

Veggie breakfast hash

As students, it’s tough for us to make breakfast special. Whether we’re rushing to our internship, full-time job or daily 8 a.m. lecture, mornings are reserved for copious amounts of coffee, a smoothie or maybe an energy bar. Let’s bring the heartiness and love back to breakfast with this veggie hash
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out of the oven

Cumin roasted carrots with chevre and avocado

As I excitedly wandered the overflowing aisles at Berkeley Bowl in search of inspiration in the form of fresh produce, I spied the most beautiful rainbow carrots. I recalled a recipe for roasted carrots with yogurt and avocado from the Smitten Kitchen, so I grabbed a bunch and decided to
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Cake

Blueberry lemon cake

While baking simple cookies and other quick bites during the semester may have been enough to satisfy our sweet tooth, with summer upon us, we at the Clog know we can get more complicated. But what should you make on your next lazy weekend? Luckily, we have an idea. Blueberries and
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granola recipe

Crunchy granola recipe

As UC Berkeley students, we consider granola more than just a food — it’s a lifestyle. We love the outdoors, health foods and socialism (or at least that’s what all our friends back home seem to think). So to live our stereotype to the fullest, we at the Clog have decided
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crepe suzette

Lazy Crepes Suzette recipe

Crepes are some very tasty, versatile things. You can serve them sweet for dessert or savory for a meal. We would categorize these as dessert crepes, but if you eat them for your main course, we won’t judge! Taking into consideration the cooking skills of the average college student, we
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Coconut French toast

Coconut French toast

Breakfast at  home can get boring if you’re following the same routine everyday. But there’s no reason why you should limit yourself. Breakfast should be an excuse to indulge, as your breakfast can set the tone for the rest of your day. To start off your day on a bright
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