Although I don’t care for snow and am not wishing for it on December 25th, everyone else is dreaming of a white Christmas, especially kids. The weather forecasters aren’t holding their breath, though. It seems we’ll be having a globally … Continue reading
Collegiate Culinaire: A Healthier Choc-Chip Cookie It’s the holiday season and chocolate chip cookies are a festive staple. Oftentimes though, whole wheat flour modifications on the traditional chocolate chip cookie are a no-go. Folks don’t like it, and no amount … Continue reading
Collegiate Culinaire: St. Louis Gooey Butter Cake A classic St. Louis dessert, straight from my mama’s cookbook! If you haven’t tried it, you’re missing out a uniquely sweet treat. It’s not really a cake, but not really a breakfast pastry … Continue reading
Collegiate Culinaire: “Better-For-You Brownies” Let’s talk brownies. I’d be lying if I said I don’t love a good brownie, but I hate making them, mostly because I’m not good at it. The middle comes out too soft, the outer edges … Continue reading
Collegiate Culinaire: Old Fashioned Roasted Pecans Once again, I’m in the midst of potluck madness this week. Another reliable standby is this roasted pecans recipe, which always seem to be a big hit with more mature crowds (children aren’t big … Continue reading
Collegiate Culinaire: Mini Pumpkin Tarts If you’re experiencing the holiday season like I am, you have 5 or more potlucks this week, and probably a few others you don’t know about yet. I have never actually tried one of these … Continue reading
It’s never crowded along the extra mile.
One of my favorite quotes that I often share with students who want to know about page length requirements or word limits. I also love it because it fits nicely with my teaching philosophy of active engagement, synergism, and building intellectual stamina.