Tag: food

Mason preheats for Spoon University

Mia Wise, Staff Writer Calling all Mason food lovers: Spoon University is bringing a chapter to our campus. It’s time to prep your kitchens and stomachs for recipes and tips. Spoon University is a website for students who are navigating kitchens…

Spooky activities this week

Basma Humadi, Staff Writer Halloween: a time of costumes, candy and overuse of the color orange. If you’re like me, clueless but curious about what Halloween festivities are going on this week, check out some of these events! Azucar Halloween party…

Patriot Recipes: Patriot Power Trail Mix

Jess Buckley, Staff Columnist Why does it always seem that hunger rears its ugly head right when you’re in the the biggest hurry? Or the moment you’re farthest from a dining hall or in the middle of a three-hour lecture with…

Mason chefs boost culinary creativity to meet demand

As the Mason residential population will be increasingly bound to Anytime Dining meal plans, Mason Dining is working to increase culinary talent at dining halls to match the student need for on-campus food. This year marked the first year of…

Founding Farmers: Fresh food, but stale staff?

Connor Smith, staff writer. Tucked into a commercial building in Tysons Corner sits a brand new location for one of D.C.’s most talked about restaurants, Founding Farmers. They are a fresh to table, LEED Gold certified restaurant with a focus…

Get A Date: Connor and Saranya

This story was originally published in the March 30 edition of Fourth Estate. Name: Saranya Jagadish Major: Integrative studies Hometown: Midlothian, VA Where did you go/what did you do on your date? I think it was called Bellissimo, the restaurant…

Best DMV spring break activities

Taylor Wichtendahl, staff writer Looking for some fun things to do if you’re stuck at Mason for spring break? Assuming that it ever stops snowing, here are some ideas to keep you busy! Pinstripes Bowling What? Bowling and Boche ball…

Celebrating Mardi Gras in the DC Area

Connor Smith, Staff Writer Considering the snow outside, it seems easier to go into hibernation until April. If you are willing to brave the cold, tonight is Mardi Gras, a wonderful celebration of life with several wonderful means to celebrate…