To honor Buffett’s love for the margarita and his time in Key West, the “Jimmy Buffett” is the perfect cocktail to channel a live-in-the-moment approach to life.
So, here is a perfect dish to welcome this forthcoming fall atmosphere. Though it’s a simple recipe that’s adaptable to most college living spaces, this dish combines protein, vegetables, and legumes.
If you want a beverage more complex than a typical beer or seltzer, here is a list of three simple cocktails that will make your next tailgate experience all the more enjoyable.
It’s only been a week since I’ve returned to campus, and I’ve already spent most of that time experimenting in my apartment’s kitchen. I have committed myself to the trial and error of testing new dorm recipes I can quickly make during busy weeknights.
One of the best cocktails I’ve made so far is the Dandelion. Inspired by one of my favorite summer drinks—lemonade—this cocktail evokes a nostalgic sour yet sugary flavor, but it’s a bit more sophisticated than your classic vodka lemonade.
This flavorful salad is made up of ingredients that hold up well in the fridge, so you can make a large batch to keep on hand and enjoy throughout the week. You can also make a small batch to enjoy on the spot, which I often do because of how simple and foolproof this dish truly is.
The dining hall has almost all the ingredients I would use to make mac and cheese at home, so I figured I would be ambitious and give this recipe a go. It ended up working so well that I have added this dish to my weekly dorm dinner rotation, and I’m eager to share it with you!
Avocado toast is a dish you can easily make in your dorm as it requires few steps and materials. The only tricky part is making a poached egg without a stovetop. I’m not one to compromise when it comes to avocado toast though, so I’ve mastered a microwave egg-poaching strategy.
With all of the recent weather changes, my roommates and I have constantly been under the weather. When we aren’t pointing fingers and blaming one another for bringing a cold into the dorm, we are laying in bed feeling lousy. Whenever I’m sick at college, I crave homemade soup because it always helps me power through my symptoms.