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Recipes you can make with minimal ingredients

Recipes you can make with minimal ingredients

Regina Bressanelli, Contributing Writer

May 10, 2020

Finding certain ingredients or even going to the store might be a challenge right now. These recipes give you a comforting breakfast, lunch and dinner for a crowd. Minimal ingredients and cook times make these a breeze, regardless of skill level.  Biscuits and Gravy Ingredients  1 pound pork sausage  ...

Asian dishes you can make at home

Fried rice.

Carly Travis, Contributing Writer

April 17, 2020

“Chinese Virus.”  Early in March, those are the words President Donald Trump used in reference to the current coronavirus outbreak. After hearing the term, many government officials, Chinese and otherwise, were heartbroken, and for good reason.  Experts say that labeling the virus as such ...

Fast food can’t compare to these homemade, budget-friendly recipes

Ingredients for the egg salad recipe

Bianca Cseke, Online Managing Editor

October 14, 2019

Midterms are almost upon us, and it’s getting harder and harder to come up with ideas for meal prepping as the weeks pass by. It gets more tempting every day to stop by your favorite fast-casual restaurant and blow both your food budget and your diet. Luckily, The DePaulia has a couple ideas that’...

Veggie tales

Veggie tales

Rachel Fernandez, Managing Editor

March 12, 2018

Strolling down the produce aisle in a grocery store can be mesmerizing and daunting at the same time. Every fruit and vegetable looks ripe and perfectly in place, but many of our favorite fruits and vegetables don’t grow in the snow; instead, they’re often imported from other states and countries...

Warm meals and memories: DePaul community members share their family recipes

Christian Ianniello

November 9, 2014

Shannon Suffoletto, Director of Health Promotion and Wellness Shannon Suffoletto created a way to bring food and friends together with a staff cookbook. She asked staff members send three recipes and a personal story. “The story along with the recipe was a way that we would learn about each othe...

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