Posts Tagged ‘Food’

  • Brianna

    Preparing meals early makes big difference

    Mar 25, 15 • 704 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by A few issues ago I talked about giving up going out to eat for Lent which of course has had its challenges. Being in a relationship means that my boyfriend also has had to give up going out to eat as often as he would like, and for foodies like us,...

  • Changing the World One Step at a Time

    Mar 18, 15 • 1477 Views • Changing the World One Step at a TimeNo Comments

    by As college students, nutritionally rich and healthy food options come as a choice that we make if we have the time and money for, not in that order though. While Metz Culinary Management offers fresh food options in dining services, accessibility to fresh...

  • Mike

    ‘Free food’ incentive is not always effective

    Feb 25, 15 • 693 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by Free Food – a phrase that motivates almost every college student to attend whatever event offers it. Free food has been given at various events at The Knight Club as well as spaghetti dinners at a local church. Although free food convinces many college...

  • Brianna

    Editor details her love affair with local food

    Feb 18, 15 • 791 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by I have a wild and passionate love affair with food. It’s not that I like to eat junk food. I’d much rather make something at home than eat something that came from a drive through window. And cupcakes out of a box? No thanks. This is not some cheap,...

  • Mike

    Food hacks improve

    Nov 19, 14 • 855 Views • NewsNo Comments

    by During my freshman year of college, I noticed something about my cafeteria eating habits. I had a tendency to eat the same foods over and over again. I would always go to the deli or grill station. I would occasionally go to the main center, but I have a...

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    Authentic Arabic cuisine right around the corner

    Mar 12, 14 • 1411 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by One bite of Habibi’s hummus sent me flying back to my mother’s kitchen on Aladdin’s rug. Excuse the cliché, but it’s the truth. Being a native of the Middle East, I am always looking for something to remind me, even for a little bit, of home....

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    Tasty sandwiches, flatbreads on tap

    Feb 26, 14 • 420 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by You’d think a place called the Tap House wouldn’t have much to offer besides beer. However, the quaint little pub in downtown Erie has a surprising number of quality dishes for the under-21 crowd and those looking for a more solid lunch. UPick6 got...

  • eltoroloco

    For a taste of Mexico, try Erie’s ‘crazy bull’

    Feb 12, 14 • 402 Views • FeaturesNo Comments

    by Life can sometimes leave you stuck in a rut. The daily drudgery can beat you down until the only way out is a jolt to your system – a shock to get you out of your routine. El Toro Loco can be that shock, especially in these dreary Erie winter months....