Earlier this school year, Stanford’s very own sweet shop, Decadence, made its debut in Tresidder Union. While we all know Starbucks’ pastry offerings are consistently yummy, Decadence offers a unique and novel selection of sweets that are definitely worth a try. And, if novelty isn’t quite enough to persuade you, did I mention that Decadence also takes meal plan dollars?
We know that reforming our food system requires forging alliances across groups.
The food trucks, a pillar of the Executive’s platform, will be serving food every Friday and Saturday night during winter quarter.
Sure, we love a quinoa-crusted venison with side of sautéed uni as much as the next self-pinned “foodie,” but even our refined palates ache for an American classic mixed, rolled, baked and scarfed a million times over: the chocolate chip cookie. There are chocolate chip cookies to be found all over campus. Here’s the scoop on some of the most popular options at Stanford.
n America, muesli is the best-kept breakfast secret. I’m convinced that only a few people know about the glory of muesli, and that they are trying to keep it away from the mainstream. But I believe in equally delicious breakfast for all, so I’m going to break the veil of silence.
Last Sunday marked the third annual “A Taste of Palo Alto” event. Hosted at Stanford by the brothers of Phi Kappa Psi and the sisters of Alpha Epsilon Phi, the charity event featured many local restaurants that donated servings of their specialties to benefit the Ecumenical Hunger Program in East Palo Alto.
The first part because I like food and getting off campus. The second because a list of restaurants seemed quite drab, and I happen to be in the mood for role-play.