To Sushi or Not to Sushi

su·shi ˈso͞oSHē/ noun sushi a Japanese dish consisting of small balls or rolls of vinegar-flavored cold cooked rice served with a garnish of raw fish, vegetables, or egg. For the longest time, I could not get past the idea of eating raw fish... it completely grossed me out. But, I also try to live by... Continue Reading →

Homemade Quest Bar Recipes

This post is for all of you fans of protein bars. If you haven’t tried a quest bar before, you are definitely missing out. Homemade quest protein bars are low carb, gluten-free, sugar-free (though some contain artificial sweeteners), and high protein (20 g + per bar).  Each bar is around 200 calories and takes about... Continue Reading →

World Nutella Day 2015

Happy World Nutella Day!!!  As an avid baker, today is an extra special day because I get an excuse to bake and eat exorbitant amounts of Nutella... and then hit the gym before I become diabetic.  But really, I used it as an excuse to bake instead of study. Nutella has a longstanding history, going... Continue Reading →

Midterms Are Over!!… So What Now?

Congratulations! You survived midterms. So what now? You could spend reading week catching up on anything you’re behind … or you can do something actually fun! If you have no idea what to or just need some inspiration, here are a few activities you could do: Upgrade your room Whether it’s cleaning or making your... Continue Reading →

FRESH

When is the best day to make and eat food? On world food day! World food day happened to fall on Thursday, October 16 this year and this day was the perfect day for the Food Resources and Education for Student Health (FRESH) program to educate fellow students on healthy alternatives. When I first heard... Continue Reading →

Carnival at Elgin Hall

Wow. It has definitely been a while since I've blogged. I hope everyone had a great winter break, and that they're enjoying second semester. I know I am. I missed the residence life, and the structure each day at school brings. But as much I love it here, I do get home sick. It actually... Continue Reading →

(139) DAY

Organic Spinach (top left), Toad in a hole (bottom left) and the Turducken Style Club with Maple carrot mug o' soup (right) London is a bustling place, home to thousands of students, families, and workers – so it's no surprise that there has recently been a great rise in cafés and restaurants throughout the city... Continue Reading →

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