Margherita pizza grilled cheese

With the end of winter fast approaching, I thought making a hot, cheesy sandwich would be the best way to celebrate. This sandwich calls for minimal ingredients and can definitely be made on a budget, which I think we can all appreciate. Though it might be a hassle in the
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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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Pasta primavera with spaghetti sauce

There are so many ways to get creative with pasta, but one of my go-to dishes is pasta primavera. After trying to cook in college, I’ve realized that the dish is convenient to make and also a great way to incorporate a lot of vegetables into your meal. I’ve also
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How to use leftover cranberry sauce

If Swedish meatballs and lingonberries work for Ikea, why wouldn’t cranberry sauce and turkey taste just as good? The idea of eating cranberry sauce at times besides Thanksgiving may make you scoff, and the thought of pairing berries with meat may seem like an outlandish concept. Often neglected at the
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A full day of eating using only meal points

As the number of days left in the fall semester dwindles down, many of us are realizing that the amount of cash left in our wallets is also getting dangerously low. On the contrary, our meal point balance may be just a bit too high, because let’s face it, dining
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Quiz: Which Thanksgiving food are you?

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and we at the Clog couldn’t be more excited. From the mashed potatoes to the turkey, we’re more than ready for a full tummy of food — we’re starving college students, after all, and it’s about time that we enter a Thanksgiving-induced food coma
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How to prepare for those dreaded Thanksgiving dinner questions

You’re sitting around the dinner table surrounded by mounds of delicious food and the conversation is freely flowing. You finally get to see your favorite baby cousin, and the room is full of happiness and laughter. Suddenly, your aunt, who’s always trying to “get with the times,” decides to offhandedly bring up that
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Game Day bagel sandwich recipe

What better picnic food to eat on Game Day than sandwiches? We’re all always on the go on Game Day, and in preparation for the Big Game this Saturday, you’ll definitely want something easy to make, eat and take with you for lunch. If you want to try something different and filling, spice
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