Midterm Yogurt Parfait

Posted by Jennifer (the student) on March 7,2012 

It’s MIDTERM time! It is stressful and eating right is important for success. Eating well-balanced meals before study sessions or exams is a challenge for most of us because there is a shortage of time. Continue reading

Mozzarella Garlic Bread

Posted by Jennifer (the RD) on February 29, 2012

When I was in high school, I took a cooking class from my high school teacher, Ms. Nesalhous.  She taught us the basics of cooking, and I remember trying out different recipes from cookbooks my mom had at home.  Continue reading

Banana Scramble

Posted by Jennifer (the student) on January 26, 2012
 

This recipe is simple to make. It is filling and healthy. Every time I make this dish I feel like I am having a treat. Usually I make a Banana Scramble once or twice a week. It can be topped with nuts, berries or even chocolate chips. Continue reading

Almond Tofu Pudding

Posted by Jennifer (the RD) on January 18, 2012

This recipe is a spin off of the chocolate tofu pudding I have been making for my friends and also in my vegetarian lifestyle course. I wanted to try something different. I had a craving for the almond jello (you may have tried it at a Chinese restaurant) that my mom usually makes since it was absent from our Christmas menu this year for some reason. So, I decided to try to do an almond tofu pudding! Continue reading

Roasted Cauliflower

Posted by Jennifer (the RD) on January 4, 2012

As you can see, I still have not put my Christmas tablecloth away…yikes!  Anyway, I thought I’d start out by contributing the easiest recipe ever.  My mom makes really good roasted cauliflower but of course I could not remember how she did it.  Here is my version.  Roasting cauliflower always creates a wonderful, slightly crispy texture on the outside and is so easy to make!  Just remember that when you are serving cauliflower, you need to serve it with something since it can look drab on its own.

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