Mastering the Art of Weld Food

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—–“Home is wherever I’m with food.” —–

 

The Art of Food is a mystifying one divulged to few but coveted by all. As an avid and ambitious hiker to Weld Hall, I believe it is critical for a discussion of the Art of Weld Food to fill those hungry stomachs with joy. So get your forks and knives, and join me on an exploration of the infinite possibilities that are a fingertip away, right now. 

 

The PB & Rice KrispiesImprovised “crunchy” peanut butter when Weld has none

Ingredients: 

  • Rice Krispies
  • Peanut butter
  • English muffin

Directions:

  1. Toast muffins.
  2. Spread the two muffin halves with peanut butter.
  3. Sprinkle a generous amount of Rice Krispies, and sandwich the muffins them together.

Tip: Try adding or swapping some jelly or cream cheese

 

Simply Grilled Meat Otherwise known as the veggie enemy
Ingredients:

  • Meat slice of your choice from the sandwich station

Directions:

  1. Grill meat on panini grill – that’s it!

Tip: Salami tastes salty when grilled, while beef slices tend to go bland – play with seasoning!

 

Banana Rice Krispie Crepes – Kinda healthy and more-than-kinda delicious

Ingredients:

  • Rice Krispies
  • Crepe
  • Nutella
  • Half a banana
  • Shredded coconut (optional)
  • Strawberries (optional)
  • Cream cheese and sweetener (optional)

Directions:

  1. Spread a thin, even layer of Nutella on the crepe.
  2.  Add any crepe topping of your choice (suggestion: banana coconut or strawberry cream cheese). Layer with Rice Krispies and roll it up!

 

Tip: A way to finish the rest of that banana? Try smothering it with Nutella or peanut butter and – yes, you guessed it – roll that with another layer of Rice Krispies!

 

For more ideas, check out this awesome article by Cat McLaughlin ’17 from a few years ago!

https://thepicador.org/1151/campus/mastering-the-art-of-weld-eating-the-panini-press/

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