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14 April, 2015

The Natural Debate

Posted in : farming, food, GMO, groceries, investigative, journalism, Monsanto, organic, pesticide, Report, RITJourno, study, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

Today’s post is an investigative piece I wrote for another class. It is about the GMO and organic food debate that rages on just about every social media and news outlet known to man.I present to you the facts; pros and cons to both sides of the argument. Feel free to comment and discuss below
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13 April, 2015

The Most Italian Thing You’ll Probably Ever Eat

Posted in : appetizer, caprese, food, foodie, fresh, funny, humor, Italian, salad, side, summer, tomatoes, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

This is my take on a traditional Caprese salad, which is made of tomato, mozzarella, basil, salt, and olive oil. This is more of a… “Ca*me*se” salad. I decided to use balsamic vinegar instead of olive oil and salt.I say this is “the most Italian thing you’ll probably ever eat” because the original dish was
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8 April, 2015

Pasta and Sausage Dinner

Pasta and Sausage Dinner
Comments : 1 Posted in : dinner, easy, food, funny, humor, Olive Garden, pasta, recipe, sausage, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm

This recipe is from a favorite source of mine, 12 Tomatoes. It’s supposed to be a homemade version of an Olive Garden meal: Pepper and Sausage Rigatoni. The recipe, it says, serves six, so I decided to invite some friends over for dinner, rather than cutting the recipe, as I usually would. The boyfriend and
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6 April, 2015

Sweet Strawberries

Sweet Strawberries
Comments : 1 Posted in : dessert, food, fruit, funny, humor, recipe, snacks, spring, strawberries, Uncategorized on by : Jeanette Schramm
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Growing up, one of my favorite desserts my mom would make were these sugar-drenched strawberries. I never asked her how they were made, but after years of enjoying them, I could take a decently educated guess. The inspiration came from a spur-of-the-moment trip to Wegman’s. As my friends and I pulled into the Wegman’s parking
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