Food

I know that canned tuna isn’t always the most appetizing of dishes, but when you add a little lemon, some onions, a few spices and shape them into little patties, canned tuna becomes surprisingly appetizing.

Tim Hortons. Starbucks. Café Alt. Première Moisson. All of these establishments sell coffee on campus. But which joint serves up the best cup of joe?

But eating well doesn’t have to be that difficult or time-consuming. A few nights a week, set aside an hour or two to make yourself a delicious dinner. It doesn’t have to be anything fancy, just something that you take a bit of time to prepare and enjoy.

When midterms are haunting your dreams and papers are weighing you down, coffee is the one thing that will always be there to keep you going. Students tend to develop an unhealthy relationship with coffee quite soon after 101 Week, when they realize their professors were serious about all those readings. Next thing you know, it’s 9 a.m. on a Sunday, you have 200 pages of reading to do for Monday, and you’re sitting in the library hating your life.

But at least you have coffee.

Here are two recipes from two great people—Justin Dallaire and Jesse Colautti’s mothers—that will make you both figuratively and literally look outside the box.

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