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Welcome back to reality, Bwoggers. After a few days of quality family, copious amounts of turkey, hours spent binge watching Charlie Brown, the Macy’s Parade and Love Actually, it’s back to the daily grind/the sprint that is finals season. So, be sure to feed yourself well—food is fuel! Try making your own buttermilk dressing and […]

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Happy Almost Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is basically America’s excuse to eat an insane amount of heart-attack provoking food, embrace awkward interactions with family, give cheery toasts that make your grandma blush scarlet, explain to your aunt Marge *once again* that you are happy being single, and generally give thanks that there is such a beautiful mess […]

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The Avocado… Millennials have given this fruit a bad rep because they spend $15 plus dollars on a measly slice of usually under-toasted Bunny bread with a glob of some underwhelming, unseasoned, green swamp monster guts (mostly in order to take a picture of it in front of some up-lit, paisley LA wallpaper that will […]

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So, it has come to my attention that some people don’t like breakfast… I’m sorry, but WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM? It can be just as creative and multi-faceted as any other meal (sweet, savory, salty, creamy, crispy, etc) and can set the tone for the rest of your entire day. Or, if you are like me, […]

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Cooking with Bwog is back and better than ever at the start of this semester with a fresh, summery shakshuka! School has started; the leaves are changing colours; you are no longer dripping with sweat in your un-air-conditioned apartment– fall is almost here. If you, like me, are desperately trying to hang onto every last […]

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again– eggs are amazing little self-contained ovoids of golden glory. Plus, they’re cheap and versatile. So, on a weekly basis, the number of eggs I consume would boggle your mind. A lot of people I know hate eggs, BUT that is only because they don’t know their preferred cooking method. Ya see, […]

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Oh, Prezbo– it’s finally here. Spring is in the air and I am throwing up my arms and pretending that finals aren’t right around the corner. In my typical fashion, I have been off enjoying the weather and good food– like this veggie stir fry– rather than doing actual work. Please procrastinate with me and […]

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C’mon, Mother Nature– where did that beautiful Saturday sunshine go??? To chase away those cloudy-day blues, whip up this super easy chocolate-tahini tart with sea salt from (yep, you guessed it) Alison Roman’s Dining In cookbook. It takes practically no time to prepare and sounds really sophisticated. Plus, you know, it’s DIVINE! Feel free to […]

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As you might’ve guessed, Cooking With Bwog is a huge fan of all things Alison Roman. Her recipes are easy, adaptable and consist of available, everyday ingredients– ideal for a college student juggling classes, clubs, housing and all the other chaos. So, check out this Honey-Yogurt Pound Cake with Raspberries from Dining In! It’s indestructible, […]

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Spring! Sprang! Sprung! Now that it’s Spring (?), at least for now, dive into this dreamy, moist-af Lemon Velvet Cake with Bright Buttercream Frosting. Take a slice (or ten) to Riverside Park and bask in the glorious sunshine.  Lemon Velvet Cake Ingredients 1 ¼ cups all purpose flour 1 ½ cups cake flour (or more […]

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With all of the holidays fast approaching, Bwog is classin’ it up for this week’s main course. On the menu for today is Miso-Dijon Oven-Baked Salmon with all of the roasted veggies on the side. As for roasting veggies, start with a base of olive oil, salt and pepper, then add whatever other spices you […]

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This Bwogger has held the Nutella Stuffed-Browned Butter- Chocolate Chunk- Sea Salt Cookies near and dear to her heart for a very long time. They have made grown adults cry tears of joy, resulted in ceasefires and calmed the most rowdy of small gremlins (aka the children I babysit). These are THE cookies for every […]

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Welcome back to reality, Bwoggers. Well, I’m sure some of you went to warm and sunny places like Cancun or the Bahamas over break, but sadly, spring has not yet graced New York City. So, to keep yourself nice and toasty this week, consider making some gooey, cheesy, just damn delicious Eggplant Parmesan. INGREDIENTS ~3 […]

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Hey, Bwoggers. Mid-exams, pre-spring break, end-of-February blues got ya down? Cheer up with this perfectly juice, sweet, tart and healthy-ish(?) Pistachio-Plum Crisp from Alison Roman’s hit cookbook Dining In. ENDLESSLY ADAPTABLE PISTACHIO PLUM CRISP INGREDIENTS: TOPPING 1 cup of flour ¼ cup brown sugar 1 tsp ground cardamom or cinnamon ½ tsp kosher salt 1 […]

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Hey, Bwoggers. Mother Nature’s last week’s attempt at spring had Cooking With Bwog craving something light and fresh like these Spring Rolls with Spicy Peanut Sauce. They’re easy, adaptable and can be made completely to taste. INGREDIENTS: Spring Rolls Rice paper wraps Fresh veggies, chopped into matchsticks * Spicy peanut sauce For our veggies, Bwog […]

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