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It’s a new installment of Cooking with Bwog! In honor of the upcoming Hallow’s Eve, Bwogger Cara will provide you with a no-muss no-fuss potion to get you through midterms.

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Just as the green lawns in front of Butler will be soon be covered with tarps, Cooking With Bwog will soon start running recipes filled with pumpkin, sweet potatoes, and other brownish root vegetables. Darn the wheel of the world! Why must it continually turn over! Take this recipe as the last remnant of summer. […]

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It’s finally fall, which means the anticipation of It’s Fucking Cold has begun, as well as soup season! Rescue yourself from the the wind tunnel of Broadway and the industrial freezer of the Milstein Center by making yourself a souper-easy black bean soup. Ingredients 1 yellow onion 3 cloves garlic 1 sweet pepper 1 jalapeño/habanero/other […]

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Shoutout to the Morningside CSA for giving me enough radishes to last a lifetime last week and for making me expand my palate! Here’s a recipe to use up the entire vegetable, including the greens. I know radish pasta sounds like something your grandma would force you to eat at a family function but I […]

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This is a delicious, dairy-free alternative to pesto alfredo! I guarantee it will be the easiest thing you cook this week and it’s perfect to make in big batches to store for the future.  Avocado Pesto  1 Avocado Approx. 3 cups basil leaves 1 clove of garlic, grated A handful of almonds, pine nuts, or […]

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If you’ve made the splurge on ~real maple syrup~ and not just the Log Cabin sticky goo, this is a perfect way to justify it– using it in a delicious, healthy dinner! The proportions listed for the sauce is a pretty rough estimate– taste away and see whether you want it sweeter/spicier/etc.  Maple Soy Tofu, […]

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Have you been browsing Barnard Buy Sell Trade, trying to spruce up your wardrobe for spring? Grab some discount vitamins? Meet a random stranger in the lobby of Lerner to buy their junk? Great news– Bwog is doing spring cleaning because we have way too much stuff to pack up and bring home. Check out some […]

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To all the Columbia students who will find themselves being signed into here next year: you’re in luck. Barnard first year resident hall is one of the luckiest with AC, controlled heating, and amazing natural light. In this totally unbiased review written by Bwoggers-by-day and Sulz-residents-by-night Cara Hudson-Erdman and Idris O’Neill, read more about what […]

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I’m just gonna go ahead and say it: the Quaker oatmeal cups are not that good. Once you taste this creamy, thick oatmeal, you will not want to go back to your sad microwaved cup of watery sugar. It’s easier, more cost-effective, and you can customize it with whatever toppings you have on hand.  Recipe: […]

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What could make a brownie more special? How about putting it in a flourless cake form and covering it with creamy frosting? That’s what we are thinking. Here’s a super easy, Passover friendly recipe that will disappear from your kitchen in 24 hours. Fallen Chocolate Cake (adapted from Bon Appetit) Ingredients ½ cup (1 stick) […]

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This housing review features 600 West 113th Street, better known as Nussbaum, not to be confused with the campus favorite, currently sanitary Grade Pending Nussbaum and Wu, that it’s right next to. Nussbaum, which occupies 6 floors of an old building perfect for aesthetic pictures, offers a living style that’s a compromise between suite style and […]

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Looking for a way to one-up your friend that studied abroad in Rome and won’t stop talking about how good the carbonara was? Here’s a healthier twist on the classic comfort dish that can also be tweaked for vegetarians and vegans. I cooked this over break and it was so delicious that I lost all […]

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