Easy and Cheap Fall Recipes

By: Kendall Schneider For the last few weeks I have been on the search for yummy fall recipes that are pretty simple, but also cheap. In college, sometimes meals like that are hard to find. However, I have been pretty successful in my search and have made some delicious food without spending a fortune. I found some of these recipes on Pinterest, and some just from searching the web. I hope that you will enjoy these recipes as much as I did! 1. One Pan Healthy Italian Sausage and Veggies…

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Living With and Embracing Allergies

By: Kaitlin McKay Allie the Allergic Elephant has been a friend of mine for many years. As a child, I grew up watching Allie the Allergic Elephant to understand what a peanut allergy is and how to deal with it. It was scary having to practice using my EpiPen on an orange and watching it turn a sickly green. Growing up with allergies has not only been an obstacle, but it has become a part of who I am. At a young age, my parents found out I was allergic…

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A Taste of the Season

By: Kendall Schneider One thing that all humans have in common is food. Everyone has to eat in order to survive, and almost everyone enjoys it. For thousands of years, food has been uniting people in a way that nothing else can. People have different opinions and beliefs; they are raised differently, and have different careers. People come together and are able to simply be together when sharing a meal. There are many occasions for sharing a meal, and a lot of them happen to be in fall. Fall is…

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Review: Vines Italian Restaurant

I recently had the opportunity of dining at Vines Italian Restaurant, located at 107 W. 2nd Street here in Portales. If you have not had the pleasure of attending this elegant eatery, you are in luck! This was my first time and I was pleasantly surprised. The atmosphere is quiet, the tables comfortable and well maintained, and the service is the best I have ever seen in Portales. Vines is the only restaurant to serve Italian food in Portales, and looks more like an eatery from a romance film than…

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