Category Archives: Research and Recipes

Cookshelf Chocolate Cookbook

I keenly remember when my love of desserts began. Throughout the house the mouthwatering smell of chocolate chip cookies wafting throughout the house would lure me into the kitchen. No sooner had the cookies come out of the oven warm and gooey, I … Continue reading

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Animal, Vegetable, Miracle with Steven Hopp

In Animal, Vegetable, Miracle, Steven Hopp discusses the diner in Chapter 10. He talks about the struggle facing society today that we don’t really know where our foods are coming from.  Hopp says “Most of us are not accustomed to … Continue reading

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Summer’s End

Alexa Hoey 10/16/2013 Janice Chernekoff The end of every August always serves as a transitional period.  While I was growing up, the end of August always meant that it was time for people my age to trade in their shorts … Continue reading

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The Taste of Autumn through Apples

Fall is most definitely my favorite season. The warm feelings, smells, and comfortable weather is all so wonderful. I definitely love the foods associated with fall as well. Something I look forward to every year is my grandmother’s fresh apple … Continue reading

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Corn Overload

When I was about 13, I went over to my best friend’s house to swim in her in-ground pool and have dinner with her family. Her parents were much different from mine. They ran a landscaping supply business and did … Continue reading

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Mom and Pops!

Reginald Coleman Professor Chernekoff October 16, 2013 Mom and Pops! It’s a hot sweaty Saturday in the month of July. My family has mini barbeques every weekend just to spend quality time together since everyone’s always on the go throughout … Continue reading

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Local Action

The difference between ideological conviction and civic action can be a gap difficult to bridge. Even an individual with interest in food issues may be overwhelmed by the prospect of undertaking individual action, or may not feel knowledgeable enough to … Continue reading

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