Ready to get into the spooky spirit? The 31st is just around the corner, so we’ve whipped up some scarily good Halloween recipes to keep you doing the Monster Mash all night.
A quick guide to keeping your guests happy and the drinks flowing all night!
As deadlines loom and the days get darker it can be easy to fall into a funk; here are some fast and easy recipes using ingredients known to relieve anxiety!
With Autumn underway and the Pumpkin-spice season in full swing (PSA: PSL are already available at Starbucks!) here are a couple of recipes you can make at home to bring the season to every meal.
Built on the former site of Mr Milano, the Grab-N-Go takeaway can be considered a spiritual successor to the former fry shop. Unlike its predecessor however, the Waffle Co’s newest addition has a plethora of options that include hot dogs, veggie burgers and truffle (yes truffle) pizza. In keeping with their waffle origins, the main dessert offering is the Hong Kong-style ‘Bubble Waffle’. As a Hong Kong resident and consistent consumer of said dessert, I was happy to hear that the recipe for the waffle was created by a Hong Kong-local based in Canada.
This year’s first Gastronome article is also kicking off a new collection: our food combos! Our Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Combo articles give you the three most important meals of the day with a twist! Try them all together or try them separately, these combos help you find pockets of St Andrews-themed dining for any time of day.
For those of you who will be busy studying for exams and completing end of year assignments but want to join in on the Royal Wedding Celebration, this menu is for you! This straightforward but classy meal plan is inspired by the Royal event and is sure to be a crowd pleaser!
Spring has sprung, and nicer weather is finally on the horizon! These snacks are perfect for studying, enjoying warmer weather, or both!
Why drink your cocktails when you can eat them? Give your party a fun twist with these alcoholic party treats! These are perfect for parties, pres and anything in between!
Over the winter holidays Cottage Kitchen saw a remodel, foregoing their glass case of cakes, salads and sandwiches in favor of a more established look. Not to worry, the cakes are still there and just as tempting as always! The change in Cottage Kitchen, while most evident in the new splashy, colored artwork that hangs on the walls, is perhaps most felt in their menu. Unlike previously when Cottage Kitchen would print their menus daily, it now has a set menu for drinks, brunch (which ends at noon), and a seasonal menu; the menu is now no longer uncertain. Some students appreciate the stability this new menu brings; one student claimed she could now rely on getting her favorite salad on her way home from classes, (the yam, chickpea, arugula, and feta salad). Still, others miss the sense of surprise that a daily menu gives.