Collegiate Culinaire: Oven-Baked Veggie Chips These chips make for the perfect fall comfort food sans the calories and fat. The recipe, found on ivillage, is also very easy. Just take a sweet potato, a large baking potato, and a beet … Continue reading →
Declaring oneself to be on the side of the oppressed too often serves as a way of avoiding the more difficult task of locating the points at which one already identifies and is identified with those who hold power in society.
Lawrence Grossberg’s We Gotta Get Out of This Place: Popular Conservatism and Postmodern Culture (p. 65)
Collegiate Culinary: “Healthified” Pumpkin Bread I’m inclined to think that recipe.com lied to me and this recipe is actually loaded with calories because these little muffins are oh so delicious! We’re talking soft, moist, and only 5 total grams of … Continue reading →
Run for the Roses Today was the 25th anniversary of Run for the Roses a 5K race to support arthritis research. Even though I ran this race without a partner, I still had a great time, met a few new … Continue reading →