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Eating your way through a road trip

The long road to Pullman, Wash., has a reputation for being boring, but there are several quick side trips that offer spots for scenery and a little exercise. (Craig Hill/Tacoma News Tribune/MCT)
Cicely Chisholm April 2, 2015

Spring break is upon us, and then only a month later it’s summer. It’s the season of music festivals, intense heat and road trips. If you’ve never been on a road trip, I highly suggest...

The case for vegan cuisine

The case for vegan cuisine
Aiyi Kang March 19, 2015

Here are four reasons why a vegetarian diet is good for your health and the health of the planet: To Help Your Heart Limit the meat-eating and you'll be reducing your likelihood for heart disease, the...

Put some magic in your morning with ‘Fairy Toast’

Put some magic in your morning with 'Fairy Toast'
Madeline Sensibile March 5, 2015

Breakfast is my absolute favorite meal of the day, which has changed since I was a wee lass. I am always craving something sweet before school starts, but never know what to make. This week, instead of...

A peek behind the curtain of eating disorders

A peek behind the curtain of eating disorders
Kathleen Johnson February 26, 2015

This week on Dinner Thyme we're going to discuss something a little more important than food. Eating disorders are a serious issue and growing concern in our society today. Weight and the judgment of...

Taking advantage of the farmer’s market

(Cladellain Kae David / Photo Editor)
Cicely Chisholm February 26, 2015

On this week's Dinner Thyme, we're going to show you three recipes you can make with the ingredients available at the Associated Student's farmer's market. It's now easier to buy fresh produce and ingredients....

Genfoodtrication: The Pie Hole

Photo credit: Jessica Hernandez
Jessica Castellanos February 19, 2015

This week of Dinner Thyme we're going over a common trend in some Los Angeles neighborhoods. Fleeting are the days of buying a hot cinnamon covered churro off the cart vendor on York Boulevard in Highland...

Fall in love with this berry twist

Adriana Celis / Sundial Staff
Adriana Celis February 11, 2015

It’s Dinner Thyme! For this week’s blog we’ll be talking about…you guessed it, Valentine’s Day! The day to celebrate all that is love and friendship, especially between love birds. If you...

Quick, easy and cheap shrimp gumbo

The prepared vegetarian variation. Photo credit: Nancy Oy
Nancy Oy February 5, 2015

I love trying and cooking new foods. So, for this week’s food blog I decided to create and taste an African Heritage dish in honor of both Black History Month, and African Heritage and Health Week. Black...

Eating healthier while on a student budget

Students can find healthy options at various farmers markets all over Los Angeles County. Photo credit: Cicely Chisholm / Lifestyle Editor
Samantha Lieb January 28, 2015

Many aspire to eat healthy, and even loose the holiday weight. On a student salary this can be difficult. Healthy eating doesn't have to mean burning a hole in your wallet. Affordable eating shouldn't...

Dinner Thyme: satisfy your cravings

Both appetizer pieces Photo credit: Cicely Chisholm
Cicely Chisholm January 22, 2015

Welcome to Dinner Thyme, your friendly neighborhood food blog. We, your humble writers, are just looking to expand your horizons. Our goal is to expose you to something new, whether it's a new food,...

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