Recipes for April: Grilled Cheese Month

If you don’t all know (but how can you not?), April is National Grilled Cheese Month. So take a break from stressing and embrace what is the wonderful concoction of gooeyness and a bit of crunch: the grilled cheese. Whether you’re into the simplicity of the sandwich electric grill and
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Fail-safe rice and beans

Rice and beans is a meal that can easily become your staple food, if it isn’t already. It’s a dish that’s incredibly hard to go wrong. If you can boil water, you can cook up a pot of beans and a bunch of rice. Together, the 20 essential amino acids in
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Homemade masala chai recipe

Masala chai is a magical elixir of sorts that somehow — in its spicy, milky depths — contains the path to relaxation and comfort. It begs to be sipped while you’re bundled up in a cozy blanket and reading a book. But it’s it’s hard to get a good cup of
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‘Nana ice cream recipe

I scream, you scream, we all scream for (banana) ice cream!  Now that the weather is looking up, you won’t look like such a fool eating your ice cream (or frozen yogurt).  But instead of spending all that money on frozen yogurt (piling ours up high with cookie dough certainly adds
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Food for February: nutty quinoa salad

Even though the days are getting longer, we know that your days are feeling shorter and shorter, getting more packed than ever. But no need to worry, we here at Eating Berkeley have the perfect protein-packed recipe for you to make at the beginning of the week and have to
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Tres Leches, a dairy-licious Mexican cake recipe

As an international student, it is very easy to feel homesick more often than not. One of the best things about Mexico — which is where I was born and raised — is its food. As a serious foodie, I have tried plenty of different culinary options in my life and nothing,
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Easy banana bread recipe

Now that we’re back on the college grind, we at the Clog have come to realize that baking is not going to be our biggest priority. As fun and exciting as elaborate recipes can be, they can also be expensive and time-consuming — neither of which sound too enticing to us. We
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Holiday chocolate-peppermint cookie recipe

While finals officially arrive this week, why not make the most of your overwhelming procrastination with a cookie break? These chocolatey morsels of holiday goodness combine a little spice with a whole lot of nice to power you through end-of-semester crunch time. Ingredients:  1 & 1/2 cups flour 1/4 cup cocoa
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A whole lot of latkes: a latke recipe

Who needs buttermilk pancakes when you have potato pancakes? With winter approaching in less than two weeks and Hanukkah in less than one, now is the perfect time to break out those potatoes before they go moldy over winter break. You’ve had all semester, after all, since you bought them in September,
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Rosemary-lemon cookie recipe

The days here at UC Berkeley may still be tainted by uncontrollable backsweat as we hoof it to and from our afternoon classes. By noon every day, we may still regret that morning’s fashion choice of throwing on a warm flannel over our summer-time getup. In fact, the mere thought of
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