Food for Thought

Food for Thought!

Headed back to class? We’ve got creative ideas to help students and parents feel energized, stay organized, and create healthy habits for the school year ahead.

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Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks

Transform your dining hall meals into gourmet feasts! Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks offers 75 amazing and creative recipe ideas that use items readily available in your college dining hall. Any night of the week, you can dine on tzatziki chicken salad, quesadillas, sloppy joes, lemon-pepper pasta, fried rice, scalloped tomatoes, chicken and waffles, Asian nachos, or bruschetta. You'll also discover how to create mouthwatering custom desserts, from peach cobbler and chocolate bread pudding to peanut butter mousse and sweet potato pie. And don't skip breakfast, when you can savor chilaquiles, avocado toast, eggs carbonara, or mango parfait. Make the most of your college meal plan with Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks!

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The Healthy College Cookbook

If the pizza-delivery guy is in your apartment more often than your roommate, The Healthy College Cookbook is exactly what you need. More than 300 recipes created by college students show novice cooks how to make delicious, nutritious meals that are quick, inexpensive, and easy. Includes fresh salads, sandwiches, take-along snacks, quick breakfasts, satisfying dinners, and much more — for meat-lovers, vegetarians, and vegans alike.

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Raw Energy

Raw snacks are nature’s original fast foods—delicious, easy to prepare, and bursting with the ingredients you need to stay healthy and energized on even the busiest days. Stephanie Tourles offers 125 simple recipes for mouthwatering parfaits, trail mixes, smoothies, energy bars, juice blends, soups, vegetable chips, dips, candies, cookies, and more. Made from unprocessed whole foods — such as nuts, seeds, dried and fresh fruits, vegetables, oats, carob, cocoa, and fresh juices — these snacks have fewer than 250 calories and are packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and enzymes.

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Dorm Room Feng Shui

Katherine Olaksen began college a few years ago and immediately faced a relatively universal first-year-student dilemma — how to live in a 10’ x 15’ box with a homesick roommate. Every college student faces the same quandaries — getting along with a sloppy roommate, coping with a disappointing grade, the forever-empty wallet — but who would have thought that the solution to these and many other campus woes could be in the arrangement of dorm rooms? Now, Olaksen shares her very real and practical feng shui solutions to these and other typical collegiate problems in this hip, edgy primer on using an ancient Chinese art to address one of the most challenging living arrangements of all; the cramped, chi-killing college dorm room.

Olaksen provides instant and simple feng shui cures for transforming a small, concrete block of a room into a positive and comfortable living space. And to avoid giving college kids yet another entire book to read, a quick and easy feng shui “quiz” personalizes and prioritizes areas that need attention. Packed with 99 Cent Quick Fixes, do’s and don’ts, real-life before-and-after scenarios, “dorm chi” enhancers, fool-proof solutions for the “particularly problematic”, and attitude adjusters for the most troublesome roommate, students will be ready for anything with this dorm-room companion by their sides.

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