Melissa Wade, Northern Arizona University
These recipes can be made with the help of a candy thermometer as well as ingredients and tools you may already have in your kitchen.
Grace Hemcher, The University of Pittsburgh
For students, there’s nothing easier than clicking a button and getting hot food at your door, but a healthier and cheaper option is out there.
Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
For partiers with more restrictive diets, here are some fun and easy recipes to get into the spirit of the spooky season.
Salma Heram, George Washington University
Bring a taste of home with you to college with these fun and simple recipes!
Emilia Chavez, Rice University
With more people opting for off-campus housing this semester, this list should help those who are making food on their own for the first time.
Chase Cutarelli, Columbia University
In her book ‘Sweet Remedies,’ herbalist and apothecary Dawn Combs spills the beans on honey-based drinks and confectionery.
Emma T., UC Berkeley
Previously focused on top-of-the-line ingredients and complex recipes, chefs and magazine editors have switched to pantry staples and cooking with just a few people.
Mela Lozano, University of Texas at San Antonio
Here’s another type of baking you can do in college.
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