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Cooking & Culture: Plentiful produce and earthy eats in Cameroon

Patrick Moneyang, a visiting lecturer and interim second-year French supervisor at the University of Oregon, was surprised to find that much of the food he ate growing up in central Africa would no longer be avaliable when he moved to the United States. He comes from Ebolowa, Cameroon, where the produce …

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The company is notable for experimenting with pretty much any fruit that can be sourced locally: cherries, elderberries, quinces, peaches, pears and of course, apples. (Tabatha Natsues/Emerald)
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Cider gone wild: Eugene’s first “cidery”

Everyone is always looking for a new alcoholic concoction aside from their normal drink of choice. Wildcraft Cider Works has stepped forward with a vast arrangement of ciders from cherry to peach flavors. A taste of their experimental cider flavors at their new restaurant will increase your taste buds.

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Cooking & Culture: Goat stew, aromatic spices and dates in Abu Dhabi

Hamdah Ghobash, a University of Oregon junior studying comparative literature, speaks nostalgically of the food made in her home in Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates and is one of the country’s largest cities, seated on the northeastern part of the Persian Gulf. Bordered …

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How much coffee do you drink in one day?

With over half a dozen cafés near the University of Oregon campus, coffee is fairly easy to find no matter where you are. Regardless of whether you’re looking for a quick fix on campus at The Buzz, or at Vero Espresso at West University, local coffee joints are reaping the benefits. The …

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Domino's Pizza is Coming to Franklin Boulevard

Domino’s Pizza has announced plans to construct a new franchise in what was previously the location of the Campus Chicken Shack at the intersection of Franklin Boulevard and Agate Street, as reported by The Register-Guard. The company plans to open the new location sometime this spring, in addition to its …

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Gluten-free options you can find in the UO dorms

Being gluten-free and living in the dormitories could be a seemingly difficult task, but the University of Oregon dining options provide gluten-free foods that are just as widely available as non gluten-free foods. Last week I decided to check out what has been incorporated into dining halls for students hoping to maintain a gluten-free diet. …

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For those nights in: A guide to easy sweet treats

As we approach week 5 of winter term, the final push of this chilly season can get the best of us, and the best of our motivation to go out every night of every weekend. Sometimes, staying in and watching a movie with friends or significant other sounds more appealing …

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Three ways to make food more affordable for college students

When you’re a college student, just making the time to feed yourself is hard enough. What’s even worse, is when the cost of food gets in the way as well. More than half (51.8 percent) of college students living off-campus receive income below the poverty level, according to a 2011 study by …

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Super Bowl Snacks: guacamole, beefy cheese dip, garlic-butter popcorn & more

Gather ’round Patriots and Seahawks fans, it’s Super Bowl time. If you’re like me, your New Year’s resolution to eat healthy has already come to an end, and at the perfect time, because what is better than beer, football and delicious fattening foods? For your consideration, below are a list …

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These are the 8 best businesses to replace Wendy's on Franklin Boulevard

With Wendy’s out of the picture, what should occupy that space instead?

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