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Selected Dinners

January 12, 2011

Zoe McLaughlin ’11

There isn't a meal plan during winter term, so I've been making all my meals myself. This usually means cereal for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch, and anything else for dinner. I think this worries my parents a little, so here is a selection of my dinners just to prove that I'm not wasting away:

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Half a Feve burger and tater tots, courtesy of Shansi. This was ridiculously tasty, but also included a lot of meat. A lot of meat. Oberlin, you just may make me vegetarian yet.


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Spinach, noodles, and chicken, with a garnish of mozzarella cheese. I love mozzarella cheese. And also chicken. This is probably the meal that I enjoyed the most.


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Sad meal of sad. This is what I eat when I have rehearsals and meetings until nine at night: leftover garlic pasta and yogurt (with banana slices). It was actually pretty tasty, but still very sad.


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Tortellini and broccoli I lied. This was my favorite meal. I love tortellini. Sorry, meat, but there's no way you can beat pasta stuffed with cheese.


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Bonus: (unbaked) sugar cookies. I used unsalted butter, which made them taste a little weird, but not so weird that I didn't still eat at least three of them at a time.


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