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Fun activities to do by yourself in a pandemic

Fun activities to do by yourself in a pandemic

Keela Delves, Editor

June 25, 2020

Although the beginning of summer promises endless possibilities, this summer may be different than most. It can sometimes be hard to think of ways to enjoy the summer whilst also keeping a safe distance from people in today’s world. This list of activities should help spark some spontaneity in a wor...

HHS Community Shares Traditional Irish Recipes

Potatoes are used in many traditional Irish foods, such as the mashed potato-like dish Champ. (Photo credit AP Images)

March 15, 2016

Saint Patrick's Day: a day often dedicated to cheesy leprechaun beards, McCafé Shamrock Shakes, and green dyed beer. The holiday, which commemorates the feast day of the patron saint of Ireland, is often associated with wild parties rather than its traditional roots. Saint Patrick’s Day has b...

French Club Cooks at Kitchen Shoppe

Ally Hufford sprinkles spices on the Ratatouille to give it flavor on January 21st, 2016. In another hour the French Club would eat that very meal.

February 19, 2016

By: Echo Rogers Without senior Becca Hetrick, their biggest event would have never happened. Hetrick made sure French Club continued to attend their annual trip to the Kitchen Shoppe for a class in cooking despite losing their advisor, Melicia Widmer. On January 21st at 3:00 p.m., the French ...

A Chef’s Success

Moeller (third from right) pictured here on October 21, 1999, with other White House chefs and 1960’s TV chef, the late Julia Child. Moeller impressed Child with his cooking so much that Child left a note thanking him. (Photo credit: John Moeller)

February 12, 2016

By Joel Neuschwander Most people get excited when family or friends appreciate their cooking. For 13 years, John Moeller felt the same way: except at a far more prestigious level. From 1992 to 2005, Moeller served the President of the United States and the First Lady as a White House chef. Moeller’s...

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

Non-Traditional Holiday Recipes

January 16, 2016

By Rachael Schirato These are not the usual cookies. The holiday season is the prime time for sugar cookies, eggnog,  and Christmas ham. Try something new at your dinner table this year. The HHS community shared their unique holiday recipes. Experiment over break with this collection of family favorites! Tarte au Sucre  ...

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