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Yesterday, legendary Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto and Jordan Sand, chair of Georgetown’s Japanese History Department, teamed up to help give the rest of the world a taste of what it means to be a master culinary artist. Bwog’s resident authority on all things edible/Closeted Iron Chef fan, freshman Bijan Samareh, was in attendance to give […]

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Bwog is back again with your Friday afternoon favorite—Cooking with Bwog. This week, we thought we’d give our culinaire extraodinaire Matt Powell a challenge à la Iron Chef, so we asked you, fair Bwog readers, to name three ingredients with which Matt would have to make a dish. Read on to find out how he […]

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   Image courtesy of FujiTV Find out in less than an hour whose cuisine reigns supreme. CCSC’s Campus Life Committee is sponsoring an Iron Chef-style competition in Lerner Hall’s Party Space for teams of three to four beginning at 5 p.m. The twist is that, instead of challenging the cooks with luxurious ingredients like cod […]

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