In Photos | Pardall Carnival

On Sunday April 28, the Associated Students organization held the annual Pardall Carnival, marking the beginning of sunnier, warmer spring weather. The carnival featured the recognizable Ferris wheel ...
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OTM presents: a collection of family recipes for Mother’s Day

In preparation for Mother’s Day — coming up on Sunday, May 12 — On the Menu writers came together to compile a list of our favorite family recipes.
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In Photos | Health and Wellness brings free meals to students

Since 2016, the UC Santa Barbara Health & Wellness committee has been organizing programs and events to educate students about nutrition and cooking. Not only does the organization focus on cookin...
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Free tacos from local vendors attract hundreds at Deltopia

Hundreds of hungry students descended upon the tents serving tacos at the Isla Vista Spring Festival, and one could practically feel the hunger radiating from these jaded party-goers. Four brave local...
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Protein-packed snacks

With the plethora of snack options available, how do you ensure you're getting enough protein without sacrificing taste or convenience?
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An ode to cottage cheese

Despite its lack of prominent marketing and general tendency to get put on the back shelf, cottage cheese has recently started to gain popularity.
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Flu vs. Food

With stress levels rising during the start of winter quarter and the weather starting to turn colder, catching a cold may be imminent. Fortunately, we can turn to certain foods to help combat illness ...
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10 international holiday cookies

Cookie making around the holidays is a common tradition in households all over the world. Here are 10 traditional holiday cookie recipes from countries around the globe.
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International Education Week: Exploring the Asian Landscape

Students gathered at the MultiCultural Center to learn about Asian cuisine from student leaders Stephanie Luong and Leanne Ly on Nov. 13. The two who showed attendees how to prepare both a vegetarian ...
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The hundred-year history of candy canes and how to use them this holiday season

This holiday season, treat yourself or your loved ones to some traditional, festive candy canes and appreciate their rich history to get into the festive spirit.
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Celebrating Native cuisine for American Indian Heritage Month

Many of the typical dishes we see on our tables for Thanksgiving were common staples of the Native American culture, still, many dishes of the Native communities remain unknown to the majority of Amer...
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