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5 ways to spruce up your ramen

As broke, hungry and busy college kids, we all know the struggle of trying to feed ourselves without breaking the bank. That’s probably why ramen was invented. And yeah, ramen might be decent tasting and all for the first few weeks or so, but those same super-salty, monotonous beef and
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Sick and starving?

You’re sick. You don’t feel well enough to make the trek to Safeway to buy your favorite tomato soup, your mother is 400 miles away and can’t make you some of her special chicken soup, nothing on Postmates sounds appetizing and your roommate has little to no cooking ability. Don’t
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Miso soup recipe

This is the dream recipe for miso soup that is both easy to make and packed full of umami flavor. Packed full of sodium, pre-made soup isn’t the healthiest option for our already terrible college student diet. Lucky for us, a quick and easy recipe for miso soup exists. During my time
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How to eat a 4-course meal in class

Now that Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, we at the Clog know you’re thinking about that upcoming multi-course meal. We know you’re craving pumpkin pies, mashed potatoes and turkey in every class every single day, so we want to help you out. We have determined a way that
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Butternut squash soup recipe

Looking for an easy way to get your daily dose of vegetables? Ditch those pathetic “salads” that just consist of limp lettuce and make some delicious soup to get you through your all-nighters. Plus, fall is the best time to cook squashes and pumpkins because they’re cheap and in season.
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Quiz: What kind of soup should you order?

As the weather begins to cool down (slightly), you might be wondering what type of soup you should order for your next meal. Here in Berkeley, we are blessed with the presence of countless awesome restaurants and an endless variety of options. Contact Allison David at [email protected]

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Midterm season dining hall hacks

Who can spare that half hour in line to get a plain piece of chicken, eight peas and a quarter piece of fish? So skip those long lines, and pay close attention as we spill the secrets to getting great food without wasting a single minute of precious study time.
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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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