Tag: food

News / by Kayla Brown -

Future chefs throwdown

In the third annual future chefs throwdown culinary students in the William S. Hart School District had a little over an hour to create a steak based dish for four…

Opinion / by Betty Varela -

Opinion: Where’s the microwave?

Every Semester College of the Canyons registers approximately 20,000 students.   Could it be that there is only one microwave on the Valencia campus? Students were surprised to learn that only…

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Best places to study in Santa Clarita

Is studying at home unbearable? Does the school library make you fall asleep while studying for your Chemistry final? Our own Megan Trawick scoured through the Santa Clarita Valley to find the best places in town for you and your study group.

Health / by Faris Soudani -

Chipotle: Pioneer to saving Mother Earth

This is a major feat for the company, as 88 percent of the world’s corn supply is genetically engineered. The types of GMM (genetically modified maize) can range from corn that is grown to be resistant to certain pesticides to survive through the use of harsh chemicals, to corn that naturally breeds insecticides to ward off the crop-killing bugs.

News / by Cougar News Staff -

Food Safety for the Holidays

The pressure is on and there’s so much to do. The holidays are upon us, and it’s easy to rush and forget something, and if this happens during the preparation…