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Challah for Hunger estableció una tienda en el Lawn todos los jueves de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m., vendiendo pan de jalá recién horneado de una variedad de sabores deliciosos a los estudiantes hambrientos caminando hacia y desde sus clases.
 Challah for Hunger sets up shop on the Lawn every Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., selling freshly baked challah bread in a variety of delicious flavors to hungry students trekking to and from classes. 
Each family has their own unique way of making this traditional Korean cuisine, but most renditions will at least include kimchi and tofu. 
Due to decreased socialization, some University students have decided to provide temporary homes for furry friends this semester.
Bibimbap varies from restaurant to restaurant and from home-to-home.
The Bolo 是对番茄肉酱进行改良后,用自制香肠和新鲜薄荷手工制成的帕帕代尔意面
The Bolo is a revamped take on the classic Bolognese, featuring house-made sausage and fresh mint that showcase the handmade Pappardelle noodles.
The Cacio showcases fresh, handmade tagliatelle noodles with parmesan, olive oil and a little bit of butter.

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