Posts for Current undergraduate students

On the Rural Road with RW Library: Baden Coffee Company

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Whether you are calmly kicking back with fresh coffee and a good book or studying like mad with empty mugs and stacks of textbooks, the end of term is drawing to a close! In collaboration with the Region of Waterloo Library, Baden Coffee Company has released a behind-the-bean interview.

Fired Up in REV: Chef Djura's Plant-Based Sausage Hoagie

"sausage" hoagie by chef Djura

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With a secret mustard froth recipe, Chef Djura's plant-based sausage hoagies are sure to delight!

Fired Up in REV: Chef Sean's "Bacon" Cheeseburger Sliders

"bacon" cheeseburger sliders by chef Sean

Introduction

This is your WINNING choice for tonight’s FIRED UP AT REV! A whole bunch of vegan deliciousness built into 1 amazing slider. A carrot a day keeps the doctor away, animals are my friends and I don’t eat my friends!!

Fired Up In REV: Chef Daniel's Plant-Based Chicken with Sesame Soba Noodles

chicken with sesame soba noodles by Chef Daniel

 

Introduction

What is plant-based and why did I select plant-based chicken sesame soba noodles?

CHEF BLOG: Executive Chef Javier's Peruvian Ceviche

Javier's Social Media Post

Introduction

Marinated fish, or what I grew up as a child called “ceviche”. When anyone talks about Peruvian food, ceviche is usually the first dish that is brought up. 

CHEF BLOG: Chef Richard's Chili-Coriander-Garlic Shrimp

Richard's Social Media Post

Introduction

This is one of the First Thai recipes I ever made back in the 80’s. It started me on my journey into Asian cuisine. A friend went to Thailand in the eighties brought me back an original Thai cookbook. At that time certain Asian ingredients were hard to find in Canada, but with the help of an Asian grocer who I befriended I was well on my way to exploring new tastes and textures and unique ingredients.

CHEF BLOG: Chef Roland's Tomato and Egg Stir Fry

Roland Social Media Post

Introduction

This is a tried and true recipe that uses a few, simple ingredients and is a staple for a quick, flavourful and easy recipe.  Most ingredient are items that we have. Do not be worried if you add in a few other specialty items, it will only make it better. You are only limited to your imagination.

CHEF BLOG: Chef Djura's New York Steak with Sauteed Vegetables

Djura's Social Media Post

Introduction

This is the way that I prepare steak for myself and my wife at home. It is not the traditional way of cooking a steak, but the results are great. Any kind of steak can be cooked this way. If you decide to use a larger cut of meat (10 oz or more, or Tomahawk steak) you should consider using an oven in combination with a stove for cooking.

CHEF BLOG: Chef Denise's Haystacks 2.0

Denise's Social Media Post

Introduction

Growing up one of my favorite cookies was called a haystack, the recipe had lots of butter and sugar.  This new version of an old classic replaces the butter with coconut oil and the sugar with honey. It is a super easy recipe and can be stored in the freezer so when you get that sweet craving you can just grab one to satisfy. 

CHEF BLOG: Dietitian Nicole's Easy Sheet Pan Tofu & Vegetables

Nicole's Social Media Post

Introduction

While I love to try new things in the kitchen, I have minimal equipment and like to keep things quick. That’s why I love sheet pan meals: they are simple, require minimal effort, and have very little cleanup.

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