Category Archives: Food Essays–Spring 2017

Tater Tots a Lots

I can remember the gentle aromas of fine cuisines—like my mother’s shrimp scampi with a hint of tang from the lemon juice—guiding me through the halls and toward the kitchen like a wisp of the wild. I can imagine the … Continue reading

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The Sweet Smells of Summertime Goulash

Summertime. Literally the best time of the year and the only time my Grandmother makes her famous “Goulash”. You may ask yourself, “why a goulash in the summer and not like a salad or something’? Well, one, it’s literally the … Continue reading

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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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It Is Easy, Being Cheesy

  There are some foods out there that are just perfect in any occasion. Mac and cheese is one of those foods. Imagine coming home from a long day of school and starving for real food. Well actually I don’t … Continue reading

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A Bounty of Blueberries

Okay, so I’ve made it clear that I have an obsession with fruit.  With most fruits, if it doesn’t come from a farm in my area, it does not satisfy me.  Fruit from outside origins is tastes strange and bland … Continue reading

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Dirt and Worms:   How to Impress and Win Approval of Your Boyfriend’s Parents

First time I ever met my boyfriend’s parents was when invited over to celebrate his 17th birthday the summer after I graduated. My parents were invited over as well so our parents could meet. We had been dating since February, … Continue reading

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For the Love of Zucchini

I’ve grown up in a number of different places.  I spent my first few infantile months crammed into a two bedroom apartment in West Pittston, Pennsylvania.  Fast forward to eighteen months and my mother and father were stuck in the … Continue reading

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