How to Travel the World with Food: Fall Edition

How to Travel the World with Food: Fall Edition Yesterday was World Food Day! A day that celebrates the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. This holiday, like many, allows you to indulge and experience foods from all over the world if you’d like. From savoury soups and pastas to sweet cakes or cookies, you ...

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Colorful Tacos in Under 20 Minutes! By Contributing Writers Nicolette and Katie TufanINGREDIENTS:(SERVES 2-4)2 CHICKEN THIGHS AND 2 DRUMSTICKS CHOPPED IN BITE SIZED PIECESSeasoning: Lemon Salt Cumin Garlic Powder Pepper Honey Teriyaki SauceSPINACH OR GREEN SPRING MIXCHERRY TOMATOESCUCUMBERSMUSH...

3 Proteins in Under 20 Minutes!

3 Proteins in Under 20 Minutes! By Contributing Writers Nicolette and Katie TufanINGREDIENTS:(SERVES 1-2)2 THICK CUT PORK CHOPSSeasoning: Lemon Salt Pepper Cumin Garlic Powder Honey or Syrup1 AVOCADO 1 PLANTAIN 1 TOMATO CILANTRO LIME OLIVE OILDIRECTIONS:Most college students face the dilemma of finding...

Oats and Cinnamon Fruit Bowl

Oats and Cinnamon Fruit Bowl  It’s fall! Unlike your grandma’s pumpkin pie, this week’s recipe is not going to be a burden or a task to make. This yummy snack is fairly quick and easy but also packed with vitamins and antioxidants. A bowl of oatmeal with fruit is a great way to regain lost nutrients during the hectic...

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Battle of the Burgers: Carytown Burgers vs. Burger Bach Words and Photos by Cory JohnsonClose to the intersection of Ellwood and Thompson in Carytown are two restaurants that specialize in the same thing: burgers and fries. While burger places are only separated by a few blocks in this city, the unique stances on burger making that these two restaur...

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By The Slice: One Man’s Quest To Conquer The Pizza Of Richmond Words and Photos by Tommy Dale McPhailFile Under: Desperate Times Call for Desperate ToppingsLadies and gentlemen, one of the worst kept secrets in the collegiate world is the toll that eating out can take on both your wallet and your stomach. In attempt to minimize collateral dama...

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Column::The Vegetarian Monoblogs: Eat Cheap, Eat Veg! Words and Photo by Paige BaxterCollege is not exactly the most flourishing monetary time for students. Most students do not have money overflowing their bank accounts or wallets. It’s understandable; school is a full time job. Not to mention, at times, it can be even harder for vegetarians ...

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By The Slice: One Man’s Quest To Conquer The Pizza of Richmond Whimsy Worth The WaitWords and photos by Tommy McPhailHoly crap, pizza pirates. Since my last transmission, my frequent outings of crust-conquering have been somehow replaced with Adventure Time marathons, napping, and…well…not pizza!* I can barely remember the last t...

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So you think you like Mexican food? Here’s Zoca for you. VCU’s answer to the Mexican food audience. They make everything right in front of you, exactly how you order it, whether that’s a burrito or hard shell tacos. They have you covered.OPTIONSYou can have tacos, burritos, and quesadillas. Your typical fastfood Mexican type thing....

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The dining facility aptly named Croutons, Salads, and Wraps This is one of VCU’s healthiest options. The school has been pleasantly surprised at its popularity. They make everything right in front of you so you know it’s fresh, and the servings fill you right up until the next mealtime. The location opened in October of 2011 along with I...

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International House of Pancakes EXPRESS It stands for the International House of Pancakes. I’m sure you’ve heard of it. The VCU location opened in October of 2011 along with Raising Cane’s and Croutons Salads & Wraps, and it has really done wonders for VCU’s food variety and convenience for freshman. It’s one of the...

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Have you heard of Raising Cane’s? Along with Chick-fil-A , Raising Cane’s competes for the best chicken and best signature sauce on campus. It really gives them a run for their money, too, especially in terms of quality, convenience and availability. The VCU location opened in October of 2011 along with IHOP and Croutons Salads & Wra...

Alex’s Thai Cuisine: A symbol of Thai family

Alex’s Thai Cuisine: A symbol of Thai family By: Aleena Inthaly and Azam Malik Walking into any restaurant with wooden babies and metallic Buddhas in theentrance way can be intimidating but not at Alex’s Thai Cuisine. The soft scent of Jasmine flowers and sizzle of saute pans in the kitchen wasn’t a representation of just Thailand,...

Kuba Kuba: Colorful Cuisine with the Garnish of Cuba

Kuba Kuba: Colorful Cuisine with the Garnish of Cuba By Aleena InthalyI was roaming the streets of Havana where the sun highlighted fresh produce in vendor stands. Traditional Cuban music echoed the streets as if the pastel colored buildings were singing. But I was not in Havana. This authentic Cuban vibe was coming from Kuba Kuba, a restaurant serv...

Extreme Pizza: Lets not pretend you’re extreme

Extreme Pizza: Lets not pretend you’re extreme By Paul StehlikThe key to a great restaurant lays in delicious cuisine, friendly staff, and a creative atmosphere. Extreme Pizza is extreme in name alone. It has all the charm of a sleazy chain restaurant, the taste of a Chuck-E-Cheese’s mass produced pizza.The pizza at Extreme Pizza is a fl...

Q & A: Restaurant Week 101

Q & A: Restaurant Week 101 Story and Artwork by Lauren N. ColieShafer Bird asked Events Manager Christy Dalton of FeedMore about Richmond’s Restaurant Week. This week (April 22 – 28) more than 30 local restaurants will offer three-course dinner specials for .13, a portion of which will go to support FeedMore’s community prog...

Bleeker Street, Snead’s own sandwich shop

Bleeker Street, Snead’s own sandwich shop A business student favorite, considering it’s in Snead hall. Sandwiches are very popular, as are their salads. They offer something easy for students to eat while they work or during class, which is perfect for VCU’s own business building. It’s good food.OPTIONSSandwiches on various t...

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The Easy End of the Semester RVA Brewery Guide Contributing Writer Nicolas De SouzaRichmond was called “one of the region’s fastest growing beer scenes” by the Wall Street Journal in 2016. The decision to open Stone Brewing Co.’s first East Coast Distribution center in Richmond this February shows that the beer scene here is ...

On sampling the The Village menu

On sampling the The Village menu Photos by Anna ShcherbakovaArmed with decor in tones of brown lit with dim lamps and a varied menu, The Village sees many students come and go in search for a place to take their friends, a lucky date or their lucky parents.Shaferbird staff paid a visit to The Village Cafe, located on 1001 West Grace Street.Words by ...