Tag Archives: Food

The Gentle Art of Making Vegetarians

        If you had the option of watching a documentary with accurate information, stunning visuals, and an honest look into the food industry or a documentary with aesthetics matching The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and accompanied by fire … Continue reading

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Better Living Through Organic: A Review on Animal Vegetable, Miracle

              Before reading Animal, Vegetable Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver, I had no clue that potatoes grew leafs or stems, or where asparagus first originated. These facts only scratch the surface of all of the information that Barbara Kingsolver writes … Continue reading

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Passed Out Cold in the Kitchen

My first cooking class was a big success. The chicken we cooked was marinated with fresh ground lemon, rosemary, and cloves of garlic. I crushed the garlic, stripped the rosemary leaves, and zested a lemon for the first time in … Continue reading

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Life’s short… Eat dessert first.

I walk into 29 West Main St. and the first thing that I notice is the delicious smell. The smell of freshly baked cakes; a smell that immediately reminds me my grandmother’s kitchen-warm, sweet, and full of carefully crafted baked … Continue reading

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An Inspiration For Aspiring Chefs

Introducing Tim Frey On a brisk autumn day, the automatic doors open frequently at St. Luke’s North, an outpatient testing center located in Bethlehem, PA. Nestled in a corner in the rear of the building is the Cherry Lane Café. … Continue reading

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