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A family poses behind the Vietnam booth at Multicultural Night Tuesday, Nov. 15.

Multicultural night showcases rich cultural diversity at north

Kerri Huang December 2, 2022

Multicultural Night filled North’s cafeteria with a sea of voices, tables of traditional foods, and displays of clothing and photographs Tuesday, November 15. From an origami display and Lebanese...

Blossom Nutrition opens on Walnut Street at 9 a.m.

New restaurants in Newtonville allow various dining options for students

Dea Pance November 4, 2022

Equipped with pocket money and an eagerness to eat lunch outside the building, students flock to Newtonville every day. Freshly following the pandemic, additions to the indoor dining scene attract the...

Tiger Taste: Calley's Sweet Potato Pie

Tiger Taste: Calley's Sweet Potato Pie

The Newtonite January 22, 2019

This recipe comes from junior Kenzel Barros Brown in the Tiger’s Loft. [penci_recipe]

(Photo by Jake Forbes)

Tiger Taste: Green Kebabs with Tzatziki Sauce

The Newtonite January 11, 2019

This recipe comes from senior Bianca Spataro in the Tiger’s Loft.  [penci_recipe]

(Photo by Joelle Sugianto)

Tiger Taste: Channa Masala

The Newtonite November 9, 2018

This recipe comes from the Tiger's Loft. [penci_recipe]

by Douglas Abrams

The Student Foodie: Elegant and easy sandwiches

The Newtonite September 29, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Sandwiches, unlike other foods, offer a uniquely wide array of possibilities. Just about anything will go between, on, under, inside, or through two pieces of bread. Sandwiches, the Student...

Photo by Douglas Abrams

The Student Foodie: Five-minute Miracles

The Newtonite September 16, 2014

by Douglas Abrams As school gets under way, I’m finding myself more and more busy, and I know I’m not alone. Here are two fast and simple recipes that make the most out of a small amount of time. Magic...

Photo by Douglas Abrams.

The Student Foodie: Comfort zone

The Newtonite September 11, 2014

by Douglas Abrams New York Times food writer Mark Bittman--this student foodies’ blogger idol--finally told us what he eats when he’s not on the job: pasta, vegetables, salad, and fish. Not his favorite...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student Foodie: Unappreciated foods part two

The Newtonite June 10, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Yes, they look gross. I’ll admit that. But I won’t agree with any of the other nasty stereotypes that have befallen these little flavor machines. And even if you can’t stand them...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student foodie: Unappreciated ingredients part one

The Newtonite June 10, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Poor parsley. Poor, poor parsley. It must feel so dejected and alienated—marginalized in the corner of the food world. “You’re just a garnish parsley, you’re not a real ingredient!”...

The Student Foodie: This blog follows seasonal trends in culinary arts and offers fun and creative recipes that are easy for anybody to make. Check out more blog posts at theNewtonite.com. Graphic made by Julia Moss.

The Student Foodie: Spring asparagus (even during a blizzard)

The Newtonite March 26, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Although there’s going to be a blizzard this week, the first spring vegetables are in season and it’s high time to start cooking them. But before cooking, it is crucial to note that...

The Student Foodie: Fried egg, with the volume turned up

The Student Foodie: Fried egg, with the volume turned up

The Newtonite March 13, 2014

by Douglas Abrams Make no mistake, this is not a blog post for rushed weekdays. This is a blog post for lazy Saturday mornings and sleep-in Sunday afternoons. This recipe isn’t fast, but it’s delicious...

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