Winter soup recipe

The hardest part of coming back to school is often the transition into having to cook again. With the winter chill creeping into our underheated apartments, we find ourselves craving warm, cozy food and a way to utilize all the produce we thought we needed. Look no further than this
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Molten chocolate lava cake recipe

Baby, it’s cold outside! Christmas and New Year’s may be over, but that doesn’t mean that the winter cold has ended. This molten chocolate lava cake recipe is the perfect way to warm up in this chilly weather. What could be better than devouring oozing chocolate straight from the oven?
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Is it seriously still hot, October?

In case you haven’t noticed, it’s currently way too hot outside. Oh, and it’s October. It’s supposed to be the time for comfy sweaters, long boots and fluffy scarves. Instead we’re stuck wearing the same tank top we’ve been wearing since last semester’s RRR Week. Walks to class are an anger-filled,
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How to make it feel more or less like winter

Berkeley, California, is pretty bland, weather-wise. There doesn’t seem to be seasons — its winter weather is somewhat akin to its spring weather. Seventy degrees is the standard and people rarely need more than a hoodie and jeans to stay warm. At the same time, places along the East Coast are shrouded
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Week in events: Dec. 15 – Dec. 19

Behold: the last week of the semester before winter break! Despite the fact that you have finals this week, you might still have some free time. If you’re stuck in Berkeley, check out these ways to enjoy the wintry beauty of the Bay Area. Monday, Dec. 15 6:30 p.m.: The
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It’s peppermint season, damn it

It’s peppermint season, everyone. We don’t know about you, but we at the Clog can’t wait to start decking the freakin’ halls of the too-small living space in which we can barely afford to live and to be freakin’ jolly. You know what? Let’s get merry. It’s peppermint season. And
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Spice up your winter with Mexican hot chocolate

Now that it’s the month of December, you should always be nestled up in a blanket and have a hot drink in hand. At times, though, it can be a bit daunting to figure out what drink to choose. There’s soothing tea, frothy cappuccinos and milky lattes. When those get
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Winter is coming: how to prepare

Winter is coming … sort of. The heat wave hasn’t gone away yet, but it is starting to get slightly colder. While the weather is unpredictable, here are a couple of things to be prepared for in case the weather decides to flip a 180 and nip us in the butt.  
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Daughter: If You Leave

Heartbreak and loss — these are the experiences that remind us, more than anything, that we are human and that we are fragile. Daughter’s debut album revolves around these themes, and it’s definitely not an easy listen. Nevertheless, it remains captivating throughout. This is probably not the album you will
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