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In Good Taste: Dressing up your salad

Making the perfect salad is slightly more complicated than throwing lettuce in a bowl and calling it a day. But it’s not so complicated as to justify buying a premade salad at the grocery store or always going out to eat a salad. There are no steadfast rules to salad-making, but these guidelines will make your salad something you look forward to (like taking an IntroSem) rather than something mandatory and boring (Thinking Matters).

In Good Taste: Late Night

Whether you’re up at the wee hours of the night cramming for a chemistry midterm or stumbling back to your dorm on a Friday night, few words sound more glorious than, “Let’s go to late night.” It’s practically a scientific fact: food just tastes better after 11 p.m. This week, I decided to eat at all three of Stanford’s late night dining establishments in an attempt to declare one an official winner.

Palo Alto’s Got Sol

I liked Palo Alto Sol before Mark Zuckerberg did… or at least before last Friday’s New York Times reported that he did. According to the Times article, Palo Alto Sol was one of the restaurants chosen to cater his wedding to Priscilla Chan on May 19.