The Korean American Student Association (KASA) shared the cuisine of Korea with the first Korean Restaurant during October, and their preparation offers insight into the difficulties of international cooking in a small town. KASA, which […]
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Jessica Parks, founder and president of the Take Root Cafe, along with other board members, will show the documentary “A Place at the Table” today, Friday, Oct. 23. The documentary features topics including hunger in the U.S., […]
Kirksville and Kraft Foods held the fifth annual Bacon Fest on Saturday, October 26, 2015. Truman State students and the Kirksville community came together to raise awareness for the hunger problem in Adair County.
Maxwell’s, a restaurant in downtown Kirksville, has re-opened after being closed for almost a year. The restaurant closed last September when owner and Vietnam war veteran Steve Taylor needed to receive treatment for post-traumatic stress […]
This year, Truman State’s meal plan options have undergone a dramatic shift. Most of you already have noticed, but the change in how meal plans operate has had monumental effects on student experiences with the […]
Join Anna “Kate” Grace as she tackles the tough job of cooking for yourself on a budget. This week she takes on Microwave Mac & Cheese.
Kirksville has gained a new restaurant whose specialties are quick service, Mexican goodies and open air dining — in fact, outside is the only place you can eat because it isn’t a building, it’s a […]
When I was young and looking forward to college, I thought being able to go grocery shopping by myself would be the coolest thing. I’ve found a few cooler activities since then, but I still enjoy cooking […]
When I was young and looking forward to college, I thought being able to go grocery shopping by myself would be the coolest thing. I’ve found a few cooler activities since then, but I still enjoy cooking for […]
When the first brick and ceramic ovens were invented during the late 15th century, their makers said to themselves, “At long last, we may finally realize our dream of crafting small confections, pleasurable to the […]