Stay out of the sleet by reading some columns! Here are all of todays:
Features: Alexa Peterson | Jeminist: A Jumbo Feminist - “A Tufts Telenovela”
Arts and Living: Melissa MacEwen | The Roaming Fork – “Grubbin’ It”. Interested in seeing how she did it? Check out photos and the recipe here!
Op-Ed: Walt Laws-McDonald | Show Me The Money! - “Herbalife Battle Royales”
Sports: Jason Schneiderman | Stoppage Time – “The Manchester City project”
Want more? Check out tuftsdaily.com for more columns!
These photos accompany the “Grubbin’ It” installment of Melissa MacEwen’s column, The Roaming Fork. To see the recipe she used for this meal, click here!
My friend Lucie was conscientious enough to put the worms through customs.
Close up of the worm tin, complete with appetizing drawing.
Out of the tin! No getting around the fact that they’re caterpillars.
Reconstituting the dried caterpillars.
Boiling vegetables for stew.
Boiled vegetables + immersion blender + peanut butter.
Spicy peanut soup, with worms. I’m guessing this isn’t how it’s supposed to look.
These photos accompany the “Cooking Jiminy“ installment of Melissa MacEwen’s column, The Roaming Fork. To see the recipe she used for this meal, click here!
The crickets arrived in a box decorated …with pictures of crickets. It even had air vents built into it.
Frying them up!
I put them on paper towels so they would be less greasy.
After I had cooked the crickets, I stir fried them with a spicy, curry butter.
The crickets were delicious with a salad — the slight bite of the greens complemented the tang of the crickets and the spice of their sauce.
These photos accompany the “Nothing but coelomates“ Melissa MacEwan’s column “The Roaming Fork.”
The sea cucumbers in their package. They didn’t look particularly appetizing, but they didn’t look gross, either.
Soaking the sea cucumber so they would thaw to room temperature.
Cukes after being thoroughly washed in the sink.
Next step was to cut the sea cucumbers lengthwise and remove the intestines.
Boiling the cucumbers with scallions and ginger.
Cooking the shitake mushrooms.
Everything came together quite nicely!
If you’re in the mood to try out this dish yourself, you can find the recipe here! Want more of today’s columns? See a full list only on Jumbo Slice!