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Ladies and gents, Bwog is elated to introduce our new series, the Culinary Contrarian! Our very own loquacious and certainly-not-vile daredevil reports: Boring restaurant orders are for boring people. When Bwog’s new columnist, the Culinary Contrarian, goes out to eat, he ventures out of his way to find the most unusual and confusing food possible. […]

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The Communal Table

We asked, and you delivered. Although you won’t be around home long enough to enjoy a full week of Thanksgiving leftovers, we imagine that a gallery of festive and appetizing spreads will inspire the holiday spirit to linger just a little bit longer. Moveable feast/ food porn below:

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Bwog was floored by your pumpkin carving prowess, and we’d love to show off your culinary masterpieces. So we’re kind of blatantly ripping off the New York Times Thanksgiving Table feature, and soliciting photos of your feasts to compile in a heartwarming drool-worthy Bwog food porn gallery. Send us pics of artfully carved turkeys, sweet […]

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In the past, we’ve covered the spectrum of cooking all the way from the cooking essentials to Morningside’s exquisite dishes. Last week we showed you how to whip together a mean white wine pasta. For our third installment of  Cooking with Bwog’s dorm chef challenge, we sent our campus-trotting chef Matt Powell to the kitchen […]

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