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

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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Frosting-filled cookies: a baking failure

We at the Clog, as you might have expected, are slightly addicted to Pinterest. We craft silly wall hangings, laugh at memes and, most importantly, bake the delicious goodies that we pin on our boards. But every once in awhile, our Pinterest attempts turn into catastrophes. We have decided to
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Dolphin’s Foam cocktail recipe

There’s nothing that says summer like having a sweet, tropical drink to sip on during a hot day. That’s why we at the Clog decided to make this fun, blue twist on the classic pina colada called a Dolphin’s Foam. It has the same amount of coconut and pineapple flavor as
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Celebrate National Iced Tea Day

National Iced Tea Day on June 10 is yet another holiday in a slew of nonsense celebrations throughout the summer months. We haven’t a clue who makes up these holidays, nor can we find a reason why they are of any real importance, but who cares? Iced tea is our
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Making your own sourdough bread

Love bread? So does Vincent Wu, a third-year graduate student working toward a degree in microbiology, who has been making his own bread since his undergraduate years. We at the Clog chatted with him to find out his secrets to his delicious bread. Check out his tips and recipe below
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Salmon with mango salsa recipe

Make your dinner feel tropical by switching up how you normally prepare salmon, and use a mango salsa topping instead. This topping will be fresh since mangos are in season now! You can even pick some up at the Downtown Berkeley Farmer’s Market on Saturdays. The ingredients listed below are for
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How to make your own jam

Who makes their own jam? Really, other than huge companies and provincial fruit farmers who have stands at the markets on Saturdays, who does? Unlike, say, guacamole or hummus, jam isn’t something that you process as a spread you can make yourself. Maybe it seems cumbersome or time consuming, but
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Avocado milkshake recipe

It’s the season of California’s favorite food — the avocado. Avocados have an enormous amount of benefits. They help maintain a healthy heart and are high in monounsaturated fat, which is one of those “healthy fats” that people say you should be eating. Additionally, avocados are full of antioxidants and B
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Mini almost-vegan cheesecakes

If you’re looking for a healthy dessert — perfect to for all of summer’s activities, from picnics to barbecues — try mini almost-vegan cheesecakes. They’re “almost vegan” because we used an egg but substituted all the dairy. If you’re totally vegan, however, we’ve read that silken tofu can work as a
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