Food and Drink
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FM suggests that the FDO try hosting Food Fight Fortnight, an opportunity for students to get real hands-on experience in their concentrations with like-minded freshmen. We imagine it would play out something like this...
It’s Wednesday afternoon and a group of library staff members have gathered for an important vote. Carefully examining the entries, they mark down votes on a ballot which includes categories from “wittiest/punniest” and “most resembles a book,” to “most inedible.” This is Lamont Library’s first edible book contest since 2009 (though I will come to see that both the “book” and “edible” requirements are really more like loose guidelines), a celebration of the scholarly and scrumptious. Lamont’s contest is an incarnation of the Edible Book Festival, an annual competition for “bibliophiles, book artists, and food lovers around the world,” according to the website.
Undergraduate Council representative Wyatt M. Robertson '18 holds a 'Thank You' poster for HUDS staff as Moses Kim '18 signs. The UC organized the 'HUDSy BERGday' event to express gratitude to the staff of Annenberg on behalf of the freshman class.
Lynette G. Bye '16 prepared candy sushi to prank her friends on April Fools' Day.
Lynette G. Bye '16 prepares candy sushi to prank her friends on April Fools' Day in the Eliot House Kitchen.
The conference focusing on interdisciplinary examination of justice in the food system drew hundreds to Harvard Law School’s Wasserstein Hall this weekend.
Clover covers the wall of the restaurant Clover located on Holyoke Street in Cambridge.
The sign of Dwelltime, located on Broadway in Cambridge, welcomes you into the store.
Employees of Lamont Cafe use this machine to make all the drinks served to students and other customers.
On a Thursday afternoon, many students chat and study in the Lamont cafe, a solid option for coffee on campus.