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Gourmet, quick-service sushi burrito cart SuBo to open up in Whiteaker

SuBo, which offers gourmet sushi burritos priced from $9 to $16, will open on Oct. 5. at 3rd and Van Buren St. in the Whiteaker neighborhood.

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Back to the Books: Guide to the residence hall food options

When it comes to eating on campus, the number of dining options can be daunting. Whether you’re a freshman navigating college for the first time, or a senior who’s had Jimmy John’s for lunch a few too many times, dining in the campus residence halls is an appetizing and often convenient option. Use …

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Back to the Books: Guide to coffee shops around campus

The late EMU’s basement café, The Buzz, a venue for stand-up comedy, slam poetry and open-mic nights, closed its doors near the end of the winter 2015 term after 15 years in business. It has since been supplanted by corporate coffee overlord Starbucks, which opened on Monday, Sept. 21 in …

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Video: Emerald staff does a blind taste test of campus area pizza

To help settle the debate for the best go-to pizza places near the University of Oregon campus, we brought six different pizzas to the Emerald office during one of our weekly staff meetings to have a blind taste test. Featured (in order of appearance): – Jamie Perry, Multimedia Producer – …

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Q&A with Jeff Alworth, author of ‘The Beer Bible’

Goose Island Sofie. Tank 7 Farmhouse Ale. Dogfish Head Midas Touch. Firestone Walker Parabola. If you suffer from vertigo when you walk down mesmerically long beer aisles, Portland author Jeff Alworth can help you navigate the shelves and learn to read the idiosyncratic labels with his guide, The Beer Bible. Formerly a beer columnist for Willamette …

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Lassuy: A review of the pea guacamole controversy

July 1 was a monumental day. Recreational marijuana use was legalized in Oregon. Billy Joel beat Elton John’s record for most performances by a single artist at Madison Square Garden. But these stories pale in comparison to the big news story of the day. America has a new enemy, and …

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The happiest of ‘happy hours’ can be found at Eugene local favorites

As the temperature continues to rise in anticipation of summer, locals make the most of their long afternoons by getting a jumpstart on evening festivities. In this iconic college town, one of the best kept secrets are the unique “happy hour” specials served up at your favorite bars. Get your …

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GloryBee and its Save the Bee initiative

Local organic honey has been all the rage in Eugene but the decline in bees has farmers concerned. GloryBee’s Save the Bee initiative began in 2012 to try and save the bees.

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Creator of Eugene In-N-Out hoax shows process of fooling many

When a sign was posted on the former site of Wendy’s on Franklin Boulevard with “Here Soon: In-N-Out” it didn’t take long for Eugene to react. Many took to Twitter to express excitement and anticipation for the famous fast-food chain landing in Eugene. However, it was soon proclaimed a hoax …

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Schucht: Recipe guide to Carson Dining

Have you ever been to Carson Dining and thought about making your own food? Well for ideas, look no further.

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ASUO Street Faire Preview: Happy Go Lucky Crepes, Localvore and Bandon’s Best Kettle Korn

It’s almost that time of the term again. It’s the ASUO Street Faire, dense with rich scents, new flavors, and lavish trinkets from local vendors across Eugene. The ASUO Street Faire is an institution, bringing the best of town right into our campus. The event runs from May 6 to …

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Arts & CultureFood

The tastiest dishes to seek out on Cinco de Mayo

Whether you’re celebrating at home or going out, here are some ideas for Mexican recipes and restaurants to satisfy all of your cravings this Cinco de Mayo.

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Participate in The Grilled Cheese Experience for a great cause

There’s really nothing more satisfying than melted cheese between two slices of perfectly toasted bread. Just as delightful as the bread and cheese combination, during May 1-10, 15 restaurants in Eugene will be team up with FOOD For Lane County, whose “mission of the organization is to alleviate hunger by …

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A dish to remember — check out these bars with unusual foods

By Andrea Harvey, Rachel Benner, Ally Taylor and Kira Hoffelmeyer. Sometimes you just need to escape the campus bar scene to, you know, treat yo’ self. Or maybe your parents are coming into town or you want to take your date to a not-so-fancy fancy place. It might be nice …

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10 Best Trader Joe’s Recipes For Spring

A stuffed avocado, chili cornbread casserole or a shrimp nugget taco are amongst the many Trader Joe’s recipes perfect for any spring activity.

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Easy ‘Game of Thrones’ recipes for Sunday night

If you’re planning a ‘Game of Thrones’ viewing party this weekend, you might want to give these GoT-inspired recipes a try.

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5 recipes to try with spring fruits and veggies that are back in season

Spring brings great fruits and vegetables, here is what is in season and new recipes to try.

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Bring your own cup for a super-sized Slurpee at 7-Eleven this Saturday

On April 11, participating 7-Elevens will allow you to bring the container of your choice and fill it up with as much Slurpee as will fit, for the small price of $1.49.

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The campus culture of fast food: We want quality

WIth the EMU’s closure, quality food options have been lacking this term.

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Here are the best places to eat on campus during the EMU renovation

While the EMU is under construction, there are still plenty of places on campus to eat.

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Your guide to some of the best places to grab a burger in Eugene, away from 13th Avenue

If you’re looking for a place to grab a burger that’s not on 13th Avenue and doesn’t have a value menu, this is the guide for you.

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Better in Bulk: Budget-friendly black beans offer nutrition, too

Deliciously healthy black bean recipes to try when you’re on a budget.

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Your guide to Eugene wine country

Spring break is the ideal time to let loose, have a drink and appreciate the scenery we Oregonians are blessed with – and there’s no better way to do both than touring local wineries. Skip the usual bars for a day and take a trip to some of the best views …

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Enough with the juice cleanses — there are healthier options to help you look your best

Warmer weather is approaching and so is drastic diet season. Try these delicious and healthy recipes to get you looking and feeling your best.

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Better in Bulk: Three easy pasta recipes beyond the Prego

Here are a few alternatives to try aside from the basic red sauce commonly put with pasta. These are sure to help your pasta staple become more adventurous for your taste buds.

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Step up your cocktail game this spring break

Make your spring break at home exciting with these flavorful cocktail recipes.

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Cooking & Culture: How to eat pizza in Milan, Italy

Yuri d’Agosto, a sophomore at the University of Oregon, wants to clear up one thing about Italian cooking: “We eat meatballs. And we don’t eat them with spaghetti.” A native of Milan, Italy, d’Agosto isn’t sure where Americans got the idea to put spaghetti and meatballs together. Today, d’Agosto studies economics …

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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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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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