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Cooking With Bwog, Beverages In Mugs Edition: Russian Tea

Here, Bwog generously provides a closely-held recipe for Russian Tea (which neither comes from Russia nor contains tea), and it’s the perfect Beverage-in-Mug to warm you the hell up.

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Cooking With Bwog: 3-Ingredient Nutella Brownie-In-A-Mug

We need all the comfort we can get with finals (and snow!?) around the corner. Enjoy a gooey, chocolate-hazelnutty, warm mugful of goodness as you study.

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Cooking With Bwog: Spicy Beef Soup

I threw this soup together on a cold day, I think; it’s been a while actually so I forgot. In any case, it’s a great hearty soup for a cold winter day.

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PeopleHop: The Wall

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub interviews a wall.

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Top 10 Tips For Making A Thanksgiving Dinner

Staff Writer Caroline Mullooly and Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou combine their vast cooking knowledge together to help you have a smooth-sailing Thanksgiving…haha just kidding, Thanksgiving is never smooth-sailing, but we ARE giving you a few cooking tips. 

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CWB: Secret To Easy But Delicious Pasta Sauce

Deputy Editor Vivian Zhou has been keeping this delicious secret to herself… but she’s ready to share her hack to the best, restaurant-quality tomato cream pasta with you now. 

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Columbia Plants Guide

Senior Staff Writer Henry Golub ’84 names the plants.

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Cooking With Bwog: Sweet Potato

Sweet potatoes for breakfast or lunch or a dinner side dish or a savory snack! This Bwogger has the perfect 5-minute microwave method for making the tastiest, easiest sweet potato you’ve ever eaten.

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Cooking With Bwog: Banana

“May I please have a crumb of potassium?” begs Events Deputy Editor Brigid Cromwell. On this journey of self-realization, Brigid learns there’s nothing you can’t accomplish with a banana and a butter knife.

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Bwog Articles As Other Bwog Articles

I don’t usually write posts comparing Bwog articles with other Bwog articles, but as they say, cats only bark twice.

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Eat Your Way Through The Core!

What better way to fill all of your free time this midterm season than eating your way through Columbia’s Core! With the help of Cooking With Bwog, you can knock out all those Core requirements one recipe at a time.

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Cooking With Bwog: Apple Potato Fries Feat. A Fried Egg

As an attempt to keep approximately 10 leftover bratwursts from a baseball team cookout from going bad, Deputy Editor Mary Clare Greenlees’ Mom found a peculiar apple/brat/potato dish that she wanted to recreate now that it’s fall, aka prime apple season. 

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