In a recent study by GrubHub.com, SU students order more food between 10 p.m. and 2 a.m. and spend less on their meals than any other college in America.
College: that oh-so-wonderful time in life where you have the opportunity to make friends from all over the world, take lessons in courses you’re actually interested in and, of course, take full advantage of the fact that your fast-acting metabolism hasn’t abandoned you yet.
Enter the late-night lifestyle of the typical university student.
The food and drink tasting event drew large crowds to the Museum of Science and Technology even during the SU Final Four game against Michigan.
If you weren't watching the Syracuse-Michigan basketball game and needed something else to do on Saturday night besides spill beer on your orange Final Four T-shirt or shout “Go Cuse!” at a bar's TV, "Tap into the MOST" at the Museum of Science and Technology was definitely the best way to spend your night.
Beat the unhealthy habits of the winter blues by swapping out your usual "M" Street snacks with more nutritious alternatives.
Have you been packing on the pounds this winter? A Gallup poll conducted in 2011 found that Americans tend to exercise less and eat unhealthier foods when it's cold outside. Get out of your unhealthy slump this winter -- if not by getting your butt to the gym -- by swapping your favorite Marshall Street foods for alternate, healthier options.
Review: Destiny USA's premiere gourmet Mexican restaurant's soft atmosphere, steamy entrees and sweet desserts will leave you satisfied.
Brand new to Syracuse’s neck of the woods is Cantina Laredo, the modern Mexican restaurant that opened in Destiny USA this July. Its menu is stock-full of dishes sure to revive taste buds craving authentic Mexican flavors.
Volunteers at community gardens around Syracuse pull up the last fruits and vegetables and make preparations for winter.
Deborah Keirsey worked quickly. She was undeterred by the rain drizzling down or the finger-stiffening cold as she scooped shovelfuls of dirt away to make room for a young fruit tree. There wasn’t much time left before dark; Keirsey knew there was ample work to get to. After a few turns, her shovel hit something solid. “You’ve got some sparks there!” her daughter, Jessyca, yelled out as Keirsey finally took a moment to laugh.
Try these fall dessert recipes that are better for the Earth — and for your health — than conventional candies.
Trick or treat, give me something good and full of artificial sweeteners and trans-fats to eat?
Halloween candy is tempting and only in season once a year. Plus, it comes in “fun” sizes, so you can eat more and without feeling guilty. Well, without feeling guilty until you look at the ingredient list, or until you eat 15 candy bars and your stomach revolts on you — whichever comes first.
Social media's hottest new site is the perfect way to brainstorm a 'hoppy' holiday menu
So you like cooking, baking or Pinterest-ing in your free time? Great.
Don't have free time? We get it.
If you're anything like us, it's April 1 and you just realized there's, oh, four weeks left in the semester. That's why we've customized a board full of foodie ideas to make you very, very "hoppy" this Easter.
The recipes range from fun to international (Babka? What's that?) and might even provide the visuals for a cultural lesson or two.
Your guide to making the best dining hall dishes at every meal.
Cavatelli are another type of Italian pasta which are often mistaken for gnocchi because of their shape. Cavatelli, however, differ from gnocchi in base ingredients, for they are usually made with flour, water, and semolina—gnocchi are usually made with potatoes and flour.