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Vegans and Vegetarians, avert your eyes! But carnivores, it’s time for us to use our gratuitous “meat and greet” tag, and you should start salivating. This week Matt Powell covers the basics of beef, pork, burgers, and chicken. Beef Know where your meat comes from! The Culinary Society has a handy guide to choosing cuts and such. […]

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Make Easter and Passover last in your dorm all week long. Bwog’s culinary experts share some recipes that are not for the faint of heart  (or vegetarians, for that matter), but that can add some Emeril-status kick to your seder/Easter dinner. We’ve got two meat recipes—one challenging, one simpler. Happy eating, as always. The Recipe […]

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Since Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, Cooking with Bwog’s chef thought she’d bring you a few recipes for angry dateless people to cook on this special day. Note: for locating the following ingredients, try here. Lamb’s Heart Lamb’s heart Rosemary Oregano Garlic Tin foil, an oven, and a pan There are many ways […]

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