Food and Drink
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The Food Better campaign kicked off its inaugural year with a presentation at the Harvard Community Garden Monday, one of a week-long series of events designed to improve student awareness on all issues related to food.
Imagine that on a warm, bright day in whatever month they usually do this sort of thing, the United States Congress tables all other bills and pushes through, unanimously, one that prevents all legal residents of non-contiguous states (that is: Alaskans, Hawaiians) from being anywhere within the contiguous 48 for the entire month of, oh, let’s say September.
Pankaj Pradhan reveals a dish at his restaurant The Red Lentil in Belmont. Pradhan designed HUDS’ new vegetarian offerings this year.
Pankaj Pradhan reveals a dish at his restaurant The Red Lentil in Watertown. Pradhan designed HUDS’ new vegetarian offerings this year.
Pankaj Pradhan prepares a dish at his vegetarian restaurant The Red Lentil in Watertown, Mass. Pradhan designed HUDS’ new vegetarian offerings this year.
It is with a heavy heart and a reluctantly eupeptic gullet that this gourmand must report the untimely, unjust, and wholly understandable demise of a HUDS staple: the Chickwich.
There are a lot of bars in Harvard Square that serve decent glasses of prosecco and interesting cocktails for around ten bucks a pop, which is cute, considering I’ll have to start repaying student loans in a year if I don’t get into grad school. For this reason, FM is giving the people what they want: the best cheap wines of Harvard Square, reviewed by a seasoned early twenty-something casual drinker with no specialty knowledge of alcohol whatsoever. Have at me.
HUDS now offers a revamped grill menu in all undergraduate dining halls.
Harvard students lined up as early as 3:45pm in front of the food trucks in the Science Center Plaza on September 3 to be one of the lucky first fifty customers to receive free food. This event was promoted by the UC and included a variety of a cappella performances.