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More than ramen

Due to tight budgets and hectic schedule of college life, Ramen noodles are an inexpensive staple that fill you up when ends don’t quite meet. Some people could never get sick of the microwave-friendly dish, but in case that’s not you, here are some ways to jazz up your noodles.

Pizza toppings can be more than pepperoni, sausage and veggies.

Pizza with pizzazz

Few art forms cause as much salivation as a pizza. Explore a little further than your local pizza place with some unique creations you can try at home.

Don’t forget the ladies

Food columnist Amanda Arnold talks about Time magazine's exclusion of female chefs in its Nov. 18 issue about "Food Gods."

Bad boy, good chef

Food columnist Amanda Arnold talks about Roy Choi, a Los Angeles chef with a bad-boy image who's working to change the unequal distribution of food in America.

Rappers freestyle with food

Food columnist Amanda Arnold discusses an interesting new trend for rappers — releasing cookbooks.

Damian Esposito, the Indiana Memorial Union's executive chef, cooks a red curry chicken dish during a free, interactive cooking and tasting session Wednesday in the Well's Library Cyber Cafe.

Chefs offer free food tasting

The International Chef Series premiered with  MU Executive Chef Damian Esposito's cooking demonstration Wednesday night in the CyberCafé at the Herman B Wells library.

VegIU to have callout meeting

VegIU, IU’s club dedicated to vegan and vegetarian diets, will hold its callout meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday.

Amanda found it difficult to describe the flavors of the food she had in Paris, as she often didn't know what exactly she was eating.

The truth behind taste

You know you’re in a good class when an instructor brings in food the first day.

Column: Food and guts

This Sunday and Monday, I spent my time refreshing my Twitter timeline for live coverage of MAD3, a two-day food festival in Copenhagen where people meet to eat and listen to chefs and intellectuals speak, while my friends watched the 2013 Video Music Awards.

A student of life

I credit my college education for many personal and professional accomplishments.  However, life’s lessons don’t always come in the context of formal lecture.

Craft beer festival set for Saturday

The 18th annual Indiana Microbrewers Festival will take place 3 to 7 p.m. July 20 in Indianapolis’ Broad Ripple Village at the Indianapolis Art Center and Optimist Park.

Toast the history of beer

Ed Herrmann is a German-trained brewmaster who worked as brewer at Upland Brewing Co. for six and a half years.

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