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Isabel Salken

I’ve found most of my comfort recently in routine things like making easy and nutritious meals.

Cooking for comfort

Whatever it is that feels comfortable to you, I hope you choose to nourish yourself with it. Eat it every day of the week, if you like.

It is definitely important to get the experience of navigating a dining hall and working with minimal kitchen access.

A food guide to surviving first year

Going to college is a hard transition. The added pressure of figuring out meals from time to time, especially given that eating dining hall food gets old fast, which makes it even more difficult. 

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One of my favorite parts of fall are all the seasonal meals you can cook and treats you can bake.
Whether finals were a total success or more of a “well I guess that just happened” kind of experience, spring semester is a new start.
Baked salmon, sweet potatoes and brussel sprouts is a surprisingly easy dinner to make.
Make sure you’re reminded of fall first thing every morning with this warm apple pie oatmeal.
Bagels from Black Seed bagels are Montreal style, which means they are woodfired and typically boiled in water with a touch of honey.
A staple for many people has become toast, avocado toast especially (cue the Instagram post).

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