A Time for Change


The end of the fall 2013 semester is finally here . . .

Some of us are graduating, transferring, leaving college, or coming back for another semester in the spring. Many have just begun a journey of four years, maybe two, maybe more. And it’s a wonderful trip.

This semester has had it’s highs and it’s lows, but hopefully we’ve all come out unscathed. It may be hard for some of us to go home, and others may be thrilled and rushing onto the Mass Pike.

Just as the semester is ending, as is my blog. I would love to continue sharing helpful college food recipes and tips, but six classes and three jobs don’t really make that an option for me.

And hopefully I’ve helped at least one person eat well at college . . .

If you need to find another person’s blog to help you find recipes and tips, I’m sure I can find it in me to understand. So here it is, another blog, that I have scoured the internet for and share with you, my lovely readers: http://thecollegefoodblog.tumblr.com/

So long friends.


Morning Food Made Easy


Another early morning and another growling stomach. I guess they come hand-in-hand at this point.

Every morning I feel as if my stomach is this empty pit that will never be filled, well not until lunch time of course (if 2:30 PM counts as lunch time). It’s just crying out Continue reading

Cheesy Goodness


Yummy grilled cheese with tomato soup is an easy, cheap meal that almost anyone can make. I got all of my ingredients at Walmart, all THREE of my ingredients. It cost less than $10 for multiple meals. So I bought a loaf of bread, a package of cheese slices, and a few cans of Campbell’s tomato soup, since I don’t really have the time or skills to make my own.

I’m thinking I’ll make a plain old grilled cheese and eat it with my canned tomato soup, but instead I found this great recipe to make grilled cheese dippers! It took the same ingredients, but changed it around a little:

  1. Cut the crust off of 8 pieces of bread
  2. Use a rolling pin to roll them flat
  3. Put 1 slice of cheese on each piece of bread
  4. Roll up each piece of bread with the cheese on it and place it on a pan on top of the stove heated at medium
  5. Cook until light brown and flip each over until in looks light brown on both sides
  6. Simultaneously cook the tomato soup until it reaches a boil
  7. When they are both finished, pour the soup into two bowls and put the grilled cheese dippers on a plate and share with a friend!





A very delicious meal! Plus it was easy to make.