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Food & Drink

Review: Groundswell Cafe

Another locally-sourced cafe, you say? In short, yes. Groundswell serves delicious, creative food made from local ingredients. But the food isn’t the only draw. Groundswell has a great, laid-back atmosphere with big wooden tables and a minimalist decor. Thanks to a recent expansion, seating is abundant both in the main room and off on the…

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Kyle’s kitchen comebacks

In an interesting turn of events, my family actually reads what I write in The Mac Weekly. That’s hardly a surprise for any of my Facebook friends, but to the rest of you it turns out they took notice. And then they took action. This Christmas I received not one, but two fantastic recipe books:…

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Welcome to: Taryn and Lucy’s Beer Club

Picture this, if you will: early January. Lucy and Taryn are sitting in a booth at The Groveland Tap. Lucy is wearing her power outfit. No, it is not a pant suit; no, it does not involve heels. Quite the contrary, actually—she’s sporting long underwear covered by windproof pants (albeit with holes, rendering them partially…

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Family recipe: Homemade eggnog

As the holiday season draws near, bring together your friends and family for a warm evening of merryment. Include this recipe for homemade eggnog, which is best made for large groups (the measurements definitely produce a party-sized amount). 6 eggs, separated, and yolks with whites beaten separately. Add 1/2 cup sugar to the beaten yolks….

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Food and culture

In almost every language class there comes a time where you learn the vocabulary of food. This is often my favorite and most frustrating part of learning a language. Food is such an important part of culture and our lives and learning the vocab is important, but man does it make me hungry and filled…

Holiday Drank: Coquito
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Holiday Drank: Coquito

Coquito is a traditional Puerto Rican drink made for Christmas celebrations. Its similar to eggnog in its richness and use of rum, but the custardy flavor is lightened with coconut milk. I first tried it last year, when a family friend of my girlfriend gifted a bottle: an cute, repurposed honey jar with a white…

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Cookie cookie cookie

I’ll be honest: my baking skills leave much to be desired. Basically the only things I can bake are cookies. My little brother can whip up a batch of macarons like it’s nobody’s business, but I struggle to make my chocolate chip cookies the right texture. But that’s what’s so cool about cookies. They’re pretty…

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DML’s Family cookbook project brings together food, stories

Everyone has some sort of culinary tradition. Be it the special angel food cake recipe Grandpa has every year for his birthday or the soup you eat whenever you get sick, many families have recipes reserved for specific occasions. Food is a kind of universal storyteller—a tool for sharing culture, family tradition or personal preference….

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