This is officially my last class-related blog post!!! Honestly, this class has been one of my favorites that I’ve taken so far as a Rutgers student (shout out to you, Professor Bridges). Also, thank you to everyone who has checked out my blog, and liked and commented on my posts to give me feedback. I’m not… Continue reading Share My Material… Please
The show Chopped has been on since 2009 and over the years, there have been over 25 seasons! Crazy, right? The ingredients that the contestants are given are insane, and what they have the ability to create with them is even crazier. The contestants are so creative. I would be completely lost, not just because of… Continue reading Why Chopped Junior Is So Great
I have looked into other blogs that are similar to mine, and they were the main inspiration behind the idea of my blog. Well, that and the fact that this is a class assignment. Most food-related blogs that I read are just about that. There aren’t as many blogs out there that are about The… Continue reading Do I Even Fit In?
This was the best assignment ever. Not only was it easy and took about five minutes, but I actually wanted to due this out of entertainment. My friends were glancing over my shoulder and were like WHAT ARE YOU DOING?! They literally laughed out loud when I told them that I was doing a homework… Continue reading I’m A Cartoon Character
Ree Drummond, the host of The Pioneer Woman has some great simple ‘recipes’ that you can easily make in your dorm at school. I’m always looking for a fast snack that isn’t potato chips, cookies, or ice cream, so I was excited when I stumbled upon these awesome tips. Fruit Salad It’s not just an ordinary fruit… Continue reading Dorm Food Dining
Don’t ask me how or why I stumbled upon this thirteen second video… I just did. Thank you Creative Commons for helping me find this. I decided to search ‘Guy Fieri’ and then clicked on YouTube. I did a post a few weeks ago on how awesome I think Guy Fieri is, so that’s how he… Continue reading DANGER: Am I Using Legal Content?
Did you know that the vice president of communications and public relations for the Food Network and the Cooking Channel at Scripps Networks Interactive graduated from Rutgers? Irika Slavin moved to California after graduating and worked in the marketing department at DreamWorks. Then for the next ten years, she worked in various roles at Warner Brothers… Continue reading Rutgers and The Food Network