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Holographic Houston

Holographic Houston

Bella Rao, Columnist

March 6, 2020

World-renowned late pop artist Whitney Houston is going on tour. However, this time, as a hologram. Houston was an American singer and actress that revolutionized the ‘80s and ‘90s music scene, later passing away in 2012. BASE Hologram has stated that since then, her sister-in-law, Pat Houston, has continued her legacy in many ...

Nook Inc. Welcomes You

Nook Inc. Welcomes You

Carsten Oyer, Columnist

March 6, 2020

On March 20, 2020, Nintendo is releasing a new installment of their classic “Animal Crossing” series, as stated by Pocketlint. Called “Animal Crossing: New Horizons,” the game places more emphasis on community and the starting-from-scratch concept than prior versions. Of course, we will have...

Swimming in Schnitzel

Swimming in Schnitzel

Carsten Oyer, Columnist

March 1, 2020

German food is all about delightful and somewhat odd meals, from the classic frankfurter to the considerably-disturbing knipp. However, schnitzel is one of the most traditional meals of German culture. While it can be made in many variations, the most customary meat is pork. For a different taste, us...

A Sweet Swiss Roll

A Sweet Swiss Roll

Jolie Flack, Columnist

March 1, 2020

The Swiss roll is a yummy dessert, likely originating in or around Austria, according to CooksInfo. The first recipe for rolled cake was published in the Northern Farmer in New York, in 1852. A Swiss roll is a sponge cake filled with jam, but there are other variations and flavors. In this recipe, I w...

A Pretty Pancetta Pesto Pasta

A Pretty Pancetta Pesto Pasta

Ben Geist, Columnist

February 28, 2020

Pasta is a classic Italian dish served in different ways all across the world. According to the International Pasta Organization, scientists believe that Marco Polo traveled with the recipe of pasta back to Italy from his journey to China, bringing a whole new aspect to noodle cuisine. Olivers & Co. w...

Shortbread on Short Notice

Shortbread on Short Notice

Kalyn McLeod, Columnist

February 28, 2020

One of my earliest memories is standing in the kitchen with my grandma and grandpa, cutting out shortbread cookies. It was a holiday tradition. Unfortunately, my grandma passed away a couple of years ago. But, I carry on the tradition with my own twist. This recipe is a family favorite, and now you ...

Cookin’ Up Blue Corn Mush

Cookin’ Up Blue Corn Mush

Malaysiah John, Columnist

February 28, 2020

Ingredients: 1 to 2 cups of blue corn powder 2 to 2 ½  cups of water Directions: Bring water to a rolling boil. Pour the blue corn powder slowly into the water, making sure to stir as you pour the powder in. Stir until no bumps are left in the mixture, around 20 minutes.  Se...

Potato Pancakes

Potato Pancakes

Cameron Foley, Columnist

February 28, 2020

Potatoes are a versatile vegetable with many potential uses, but one of their most unusual dishes is a potato pancake. In essence, it is a potato grated and fried in oil, not unlike an upscaled hash brown. Ingredients: 5 russet potatoes  1/2 diced yellow onion (optional) 1 beaten egg A da...

Hooray for Namak Paray

Hooray for Namak Paray

Madeeha Akhtar, Columnist

February 28, 2020

Salty fried dough, also called namak paray, is a Pakistani snack. It is much better than the traditional sweet fried dough most think of when it comes to fried doughs. In Pakistan, namak paray is an everyday snack that everyone enjoys. If you thought this couldn’t get better, this recipe only require...

Bring on the Brigadeiro Branco

Bring on the Brigadeiro Branco

Isabel Kasathsko, Columnist

February 28, 2020

If you have been to Brazil, you most likely have heard of one of their most popular desserts: brigadeiro. Brigadeiro, also known as “negrinho,” is a simple chocolate or vanilla bonbon that was created in the 1940s by Heloisa Nabuco de Oliveira, according to Santa Barbara Chocolate. The original brigadeir...

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