Stories by Rachel Kalt
The perfect spring pasta dish to pair with your finals.
Market to Table: It's like Rachael Ray, but less irritating.
Who doesn't love corn on the cob? It's summery, it's messy and it's just damn delicious.
How to make some incredible grilled cheese sandwiches. Warning -- do not read this article while hungry.
Give your wallet a break with these simple and delicious dinners.
This lunch is made only from farmers' market ingredients. It not only satisfies the stomach, but also your conscience.
How to turn cheap apples into gourmet dishes.
Even though you'll be learning a lot in classes, who says you can’t learn the ABCs of cooking for fun with a few alphabet-inspired dishes?
Store-bought pizza dough can yield creations worthy of an Italian trattoria.
Make your own salsa in a few easy steps.
Learn how to get an extra culinary edge this Valentine's Day
Some ideas for trying out an herbivore diet.
Learn what you can make by picking up unusual products at Trader Joe's.
Enjoy smaller meals, inspired by our columnist's time in Spain.
Instead of reaching for Ben and Jerry's, try these healthy substitutes.
Sink your teeth into these juicy concoctions.
Well, at least they'll make you feel better.
Our cooking columnist steps out of the kitchen and into Chicago.
How nine dollars can buy you a meal in a dining hall - and some ingredients for home.
Three fresh recipes for a mouth-watering classic.
Cashews, kiwi and chocolate chips galore.
Moving off-campus to an apartment? Here is a list of essential cooking equipment so you don't go hungry.
Delicious aphrodisiacs for Valentine's Day.
Our columnist explains the ins and outs of hosting dinner guests.
Our chef shows you how to enjoy the big game with three unique, easy-to-make recipes.
It’s too late for Christmas parties and a little too premature to break out all the pink and red for Valentine’s Day, so what are you going to do?
While the rest of your body will be saying “Brrrr," your stomach will be saying “Aloha!”
Impress your friends by learning how to make inexpensive appetizers quickly - Caprese skewers, bacon-wrapped dates and mini hummus pizzas.
I'll take the roasted chips, with the mango salsa.
Plus, bake your own Hot Pockets and Easy Mac this Reading Week.
Astound your family by helping to cook over Thanksgiving break.
Chopped vegetables and a sprinkling of spices make for a happy stomach.
Don't succumb to dining hall food now that your parents are gone.
The spices you'll need to make delicious snacks and bangin' chicken.
The secrets of the omelet scramble, easy French toast and fruit shish kebab.