Peach and blueberry pie

This isn’t an easy recipe. This will take you hours and you’ll learn a few new techniques. But we at the Clog think that summer is the time for experimenting in the kitchen and utilizing seasonal ingredients for more complicated recipes because we have the time. Leave the pot noodle and pasta with red sauce for the school year and embark on a culinary journey that’ll leave a crunch and sugary, bright sweetness in your mouth.
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Banana cream pie recipe

Take advantage of the climbing temperatures this weekend by inviting your friends to a picnic on Memorial Glade. We at the Clog have the perfect spring dessert. Bring this along and your friends will be asking for seconds and thirds. Watching the sunset and tossing around a football isn’t complete
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The tragedy of eating pie

Yesterday was March 14, which is synonymous with people wearing pi T-shirts and strangers randomly handing you pie. Or, for some other confused souls, it’s just a Monday filled with strange people. Here at the Clog, we started brainstorming what would happen if professors started giving out pie … If
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Perfect pie for Thanksgiving

No Friendsgiving meal is complete without a pie! Buying one from the store is lame, but attempting to make the pumpkin pie recipe passed down from your family just isn’t realistic. Do you even own a rolling pin? And even if you do, have you proved yourself worthy to be a
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More than 3.14 ways to celebrate Pi Day

Because it’s 2015 (if you’re into numbers), this could be the most special Pi Day you will ever live through. On Saturday at exactly 9:26.53 (both in the morning and at night), be sure you’re celebrating in some way. Not exactly sure what to do? We at the Clog have your back with
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Healthy desserts: sweet potato pie

During the holiday season, one of the most difficult parts of cooking can be trying to please everyone. Taking into account your picky nephew, your aunt who is allergic to everything and your sister who is always trying the newest fad diet is enough to make even the best chef’s
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Best comfort foods for a rainy day

It’s finally starting to feel like fall around here after some weeks of weather that made you feel like you were stuck sweating in SoCal. But now, the air is beginning to smell of damp leaves, and it’s nippy enough outside to layer on the mohair sweaters. It’s the kind of
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10 random facts about Oski

What does it feel like to stand before a crowd of 63,000 wearing baggy pants, a lumpy sweater and a hairy American Grizzly mask on the hottest day in November? Step into the (size 15!) shoes of Oski, UC Berkeley’s beloved school mascot. For sports fans at Cal, Oski is
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Celebrating Pi Day at Crossroads

Usually the first Greek letter taught in mathematics, pi is the silent guardian of circles, the caretaker of conics and the troublemaker of trigonometry (see pi vs tau). It’s the only Greek numeral to have a federally recognized holiday and be included in the title of one of this year’s Academy Award winners. So for us
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