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Craving something sweet? In this week’s edition of Cooking with Bwog, our saccharine chef Matt Powell reveals how to make basic and not-so-basic treats like cookies, meringues, and chocolate ganache! The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie Makes 1 1/2 dozen 5-inch cookies The best chocolate chip cookies in the city are made by Jacques Torres. This is […]

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Butler library is hosting a conversation with Jim Ottaviani, graphic novelist and author of a recent biography of physicist Richard Feynman. The event begins at 4:30 PM in Butler 523. We’re told there will be chips, assorted cookies, baked meringues and cupcakes to munch on while you try to wrap your head around quantum mechanics. […]

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