Tag Archives: cooking

College life without a microwave

I lived in the dorms as a freshman, and I worked as a resident advisor during my sophomore and junior years. It hasn’t been until senior year that I’ve been (financially) able to live off campus in an apartment. But ...

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Cooking and The Joys Of Experimentation

Oftentimes in the past I would find myself making dishes that were initially quite pleasing and satisfactory.  They contained the usual mix of ingredients and provided a stable but rather uninteresting and routine expression of taste.     This would reveal itself ...

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Jaime Oliver Mobile Kitchen in Fresno

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Fresno State chefs win first Garlic Bowl at Gilroy Garlic Festival

Victory was achieved for Fresno State at this year’s annual Gilroy Garlic Festival on July 26. Fresno State’s University Dining Services Executive Chef Erik Debaude and Sous Chef Bryan Kramer won the first Gilroy Garlic Festival Garlic Bowl, defeating executive ...

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Culinology students demonstrate cooking tips at Fresno Food Expo

Sergio Romos sautéd steak in olive oil at the beginning of his cooking process. His assistant added sliced peppers and asparagus to the frying pan, which filled the air with the scent of fresh vegetables.

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Culinology students work with campus herb garden

On a warm morning, students traded their backpacks and books for gardening gloves, rakes and clippers to clean up and nurture Fresno State’s certified organic herb garden. They trimmed plants back, weeded the area and worked on a mulch project in the garden.

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Eat healthy, Save money

What will you eat today and how will you pay for it? When it comes to eating healthy, college students face two major roadblocks—time and money.

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Book Review: The Student Cookbook

As a perennial college student who inhales ramen like a true addict, I was delighted to discover “The Student Cookbook: 200 Cheap and Easy Recipes for Food, Drinks and Snacks” on the clearance table at Urban Outfitters.

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Cooking 101: Halloween treats

Transitioning, nearly seamlessly, from class to camera, the latest addition to The Collegian staff could be described as “The Next Food Network Star.”

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Cooking 101: Tasty treats for Halloween

The debut issue of the Collegian’s cooking show, Cooking 101, introduces students to easy recipes they can make at home. Host Toni Martinez explains how to make five-spice roasted pumpkin seeds and homemade kettle corn. [display_podcast] Click here to learn ...

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Gibson Market brings lunch

A Fruit Roll-up and a bag of potato chips do not count as part of the reccommended five servings of fruit and vegetables a day. Unfortunately, that is usually a typical meal for a lot of on-the-go college students.

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Culinology program cooks up creativity

The Fresno State culinology program exposes students to creative cooking, which they get to eat at the end of class. To find out more about the program, click here. [display_podcast]

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Fresno State’s Top Chef

It wouldn’t be a stretch to say that David Hickok digs chocolate. After reading “The Essence of Chocolate” last summer, the senior culinology major read five more books on the subject and bought a tempering machine, which liquefies chocolate.

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