Both new and experienced chefs – sheltered inside for many weeks – have flocked to the kitchen. Professional chefs and kitchen newbies shared their advice and ideas cooking up delicious dishes, to help pass the time, and bring some simple pleasure during the COVID-19 lockdown.
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Recent Twitter threads suggest that some people have the weirdest food combining habits.
Students in the early childhood student teaching class renovated the garden at Fairplex’s Child Development Center Nov. 26 to help students learn how to grow their own food, understand the process of farm to table and maintain healthy eating habits.
As part of the Social Justice Lecture Series, Dr. Joel Fuhrman educated a crowd of more than 200 people with his presentation “Optimize or Destroy Brain Potential with Food.”
Butter drenched meals at Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place turn vegan students away. They struggle daily to find meals that adhere to their dietary choices.
Eugenia Cheng discussed applications of math in baking, braiding and other aspects of everyday life during her lecture “How To Bake Pi” Wednesday at Scripps College.
D Street comes to life every Saturday morning when La Verne community members enjoy healthy local produce at the farmers market. The farmers market is home to various local farmers and serves as a platform to connect consumers to the agricultural industry and healthy living.
With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would like to take this opportunity to make some suggestions for Davenport Dining Hall and Barbara’s Place that we believe will benefit the students of La Verne:With the hiring of new Bon Appétit director Lani Bidwell, we at Campus Times would […]
It was a warm afternoon at the Fairplex in Pomona last week as I enjoyed a day visiting the Los Angeles County Fair. I was delighted that I did not have to pay for entrance into the fair, as it was La Verne Community Day – University of La Verne students received free admission.
As we near toward fall’s end and the holiday season, we see a huge rise in food trends. It gets a little ridiculous in October and November, when all of a sudden you feel as if you see everything under the sun could be pumpkin flavored.