Archive for March, 2015

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The Most Delicious Mathematical Constant: Pi

The Most Delicious Mathematical Constant: Pi

Pi day has arrived once again. No, this isn’t the sweet dessert or cheesy pizza pie that foodies tend to imagine – this is a celebration of the mathematical constant 3.14. Many of you probably remember celebrating Pi Day throughout high school by bringing in actual pies to class (yum)… MORE>

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For The Health of It

Healthy Travels

Spring Break is on the horizon, and for many of us, that means it is time for travel.  Of course you should remember to pack the essentials, but the last thing you want to forget is food!  There’s nothing worse than sitting on a plane or cruising down the highway… MORE>

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Twirly, Swirly … Zucchini?

Twirly, Swirly … Zucchini?

March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, and sometimes, just like March, your appetite comes in like a lion. Oftentimes, when you get a serious appetite, you look for a meal that will be warm, filling, and comforting: pasta. Pasta has become a staple of… MORE>

by × March 10, 2015 × 2 comments

For The Health of It

Surviving Spring Break

Surviving Spring Break

For most college students, spring break is a time to hang up your winter coat, trade in your snow boots for flip-flops and take a fun trip to a warmer destination. To make the most out of your spring break adventures this year, be sure to follow these tips on… MORE>

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Girl Scout Cookie Roundup

Girl Scout Cookie Roundup

Girl Scout cookie season has come around once again – finally! These seasonal favorites have evolved quite a bit since the original shortbread recipe of 1922. During the 1960s, the baby boomers expanded Girl Scout membership and began to produce more cookie varieties. The best sellers were Thin Mints (which… MORE>

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5 Fun Facts That Affect Taste

5 Fun Facts That Affect Taste

Have you ever wondered why food tastes different when you’re sick? Or why fancy restaurants play relaxing background music? The answer to both these questions comes down to taste. Taste is a very interesting and complicated sense. While researchers are still trying to fully understand how this sense operates, we… MORE>

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