Monthly Archives: April 2016

Cauldron Food

It was a hunger filled fall evening here in Kutztown. There seemed to be quite a few of those in the beginning of the semester since we hadn’t signed up for meal plans, to save money of course because that … Continue reading

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A Blossoming Chef

By Nicole Moyer The Root When I was young in no way would I ever have considered myself a good cook. Quite honestly even today I sometimes find words like boil, fry, and roast frightening. Back then I had little … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of the Roux

During my sophomore year of high school I took a culinary class. This class was one of the only ones that provided me with a skill that is still useful to me today. Sure, there are people out there that … Continue reading

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