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A Very Cherry Tradition

Caroline Leahy ENG230 Final Food Essay In the Leahy household, seasons revolve around their own types of smell. For example, fall holds a strong role of cinnamons, apples, and spiced pumpkins. The winter fills our kitchen with the aroma of … Continue reading

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A Healthy Lifestyle Made Easy

When first glancing at Oh She Glows Everyday from the many cookbooks covering the shelves of Barnes & Noble, the first thing I noticed were the colors. Not the tacky colors that usually litter the cover of a recipe book, the ones … Continue reading

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Buying Local Vs. Buying Large

Caroline Leahy ENG230 Dr. Chernekoff April 1, 2017 The Comparison Between Buying Local vs. Buying Large I must admit that I am an environment-loving, tree-hugging, produce-eating fanatic. Growing up, I have always had a fascination on eating healthy – all things … Continue reading

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Unveiling the Truth Behind the American Food Industry

Caroline Leahy ENG230 Before enjoying the first bite of the fried chicken sitting on the plate in front of you, ask yourself, do you know exactly where it came from? Disregarding the bag’s labels, did you watch that exact chicken … Continue reading

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Giving A New Thought on Food Waste Management

Caroline Leahy March 2, 2017 ENG 230   Giving a New Thought On Food Waste Management “There is no such thing as ‘away’, when we throw something away it must go somewhere”. Annie Leonard   In elementary schools alone, roughly … Continue reading

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Review of Animal, Vegetable, Miracle

A Review of Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver Caroline Leahy February 11, 2017 The incredibly witty yet educational novel (and slight cook book), Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver gives readers a personal insight on the struggles and successes … Continue reading

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