Post Tagged with: "Cooking During Covid"

Cooking during COVID | Celebrating Greek Easter with Traditional Meal

Traditional roast lamb and oven-roasted potatoes

By Eleni Manouselis ’21 Ohio University This past Sunday (April 19) was Greek Orthodox Easter. We traditionally would go to church on Friday night for the “funeral service” as it says in the Bible. Saturday night, we’d go to church later in the night around 10 p.m. This would be […]

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April 24, 2020 at 9:20 amNews

Cooking during COVID | Making Primanti Brothers When You Can’t Get There

Cooking during COVID | Making Primanti Brothers When You Can’t Get There

By Breanna Hentosz Ohio University Being from Pittsburgh, I am a fan of the well-known restaurant, Primanti Brothers, whose sandwiches are a Pittsburgh classic. Primanti Brothers has been around for many years. Nothing quite beats the restaurant’s sandwiches and fun atmosphere. The specialty sandwich that 90 percent of people get […]

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April 24, 2020 at 8:43 amNews

Cooking during COVID | Springtime Means Banana Pudding and Dirt Pudding

Banana pudding

By Breanna Hentosz Ohio University College of Business Management Information Systems Major This is the same recipe that my mother has made for years, and it is often said that it was this pudding that helped her snag her husband. This recipe is another great springtime treat that will please […]

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April 22, 2020 at 2:39 pmNews

Cooking during COVID | Roth’s Rub Recipe for Wings

Chicken wings with Don Roth dry rub.

Don Roth, College of Arts & Sciences systems administrator, adds a dry rub for chicken wings to the make-it-at-home menu: Grab some chicken pieces. Smother in onion powder, pepper, garlic powder, Texas dry rub and smoked paprika. Cook on grille for about 40 minutes. Bleu cheese dressing and celery sticks […]

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April 22, 2020 at 1:59 pmNews

Cooking during COVID | Baking When Everyone Else Has All the Yeast

Stock photo of fresh homemade bubbly sourdough starter in a glass jar. , a fermented mixture of water and flour to use as leaven for bread baking.

By Baylor Hawks ’22Ohio University Baking during quarantine is basically a rite of passage during these trying times; but what if there is no yeast left in the stores? How will you achieve that radical rise in your loaf without the necessary micro-bacteria? Well, I am so glad you asked. […]

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April 21, 2020 at 2:24 pmNews

Coping during COVID | Self-Care During Quarantine

Eleni Manouselis' smoothie

By Eleni Manouselis ’21 Ohio University While being in quarantine, I started to make smoothies in the replacement of a few meals. My favorite smoothie I’d make were mango, strawberry, and banana. I’d use: 6 oz. of plain/ french vanilla yogurt 6.5 oz. of milk 2 oz. of frozen mango […]

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April 17, 2020 at 3:02 pmNews

Cooking during COVID | Mitchell Family’s Homemade Baked Mac and Cheese

Ingredients for Mitchell Family's Homemade Baked Mac and Cheese

By Danyelle Jackson ’21 Ohio University Time, time and even more time. That seems to be the one thing all of us have too much of right now and have no idea what to do with. During this quarantine I have spent my time working on my online classes, watching […]

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April 14, 2020 at 11:12 amNews