Archives - Adina Goldstein

CT Cooks: Louise’s baked oatmeal

Let’s be real. Oatmeal gets a bad rap. I, like many of you, once thought of it as a weird, bland, mushy thing that was exclusively for old people.

CT Cooks: Power through your studying with Sophie’s salad

This week, whip up a super fast, protein-rich Sophie's salad to get through your next study session during midterm season.

CT Cooks: Fun leftovers with hero rice

Hero Rice We all have great intentions with our leftovers. We let them sit in cute little containers or Ziplock…

CT Cooks: Spice up your carrots with za’atar

For those who aren't familiar, let me introduce you to za'atar: it's a middle eastern spice made from a delicious…

CT Cooks: Stocking up for the potential apocalypse

For all the first-year and transfer students out there who don’t know, the most important part of Rochester is Wegmans. Whether it’s the east avenue location or the obviously superior flagship in Pittsford, it’s important to understand that this grocery store is basically the backbone of our society.

CT Cooks: a lentil versatility primer

Everyone is telling you to stock up on non-perishable foods. In a panic-stricken moment at Wegmans, you grab that giant…

How to telepathically kill someone who doesn’t know how to mute their zoom microphone

If they had only turned off their mic, things would be different — but the idiocy is unforgivable. They must be the sacrificial lamb.

No one is coming to save you because Danny DeVito has never thought about UR

Danny DeVito, that glorious 4-foot-10-inch ball of pure sex and charisma, is the closest thing we have to a savior. But even he's not coming to save us. 

CT Cooks: Tropical cuisine in a pinch

When I get hangry, this smoothie is a total game-changer. It is fast, filling, and satisfying.

CT Cooks: Whatever you got frittata

This crustless quiche is an easy, cheap, delicious meal that will make you feel like a master chef.