A guide to reducetarian eating

How to decrease your intake of animal products without fully eliminating them for a more environmentally friendly diet. By Katie Wood Chicken nuggets, butter, ice cream — how could you ever imagine giving these staple foods up? Well, if you are looking for a more environmentally friendly diet without giving up some of your insatiable cravings, let us introduce you to reducetarian eating! Reducetarians are … Continue reading A guide to reducetarian eating

Calling all pasta lovers: Try this famous model’s special recipe

Gigi Hadid’s easy-to-make vodka pasta is perfect for your next home cooked meal By Leila Frankina During the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, supermodel Gigi Hadid posted a video of herself making a homemade pasta recipe on her Instagram story. Since then, the recipe has gone viral on both Instagram and TikTok. Videos can be found all over the internet of people making the spicy and … Continue reading Calling all pasta lovers: Try this famous model’s special recipe

Falling for fall foods

We’ve got you covered with a creative range of recipes, including pumpkin gnocchi, salted caramel apple chips, pumpkin banana bread, and even Otto-inspired orange muffins, perfect for any Syracuse party. A perfect mix to represent all things orange this season! By Caroline Weinberg Spooky season is upon us, and at Baked, we take fall very seriously. It is understandable that you may not want to … Continue reading Falling for fall foods

10 seasonal treats we love about fall 

By Sarah Russo It’s officially fall! Which  means pumpkin spice everything. Whether you prefer to buy your fall-inspired treats in-store or whip them up at home, this list is sure to satisfy your seasonal cravings: 1. Pumpkin Spice Goldfish Now, you might be thinking— “ew, gross.” But just hear us out. These aren’t your traditional goldfish made with cheese. Instead, these are graham cracker goldfish … Continue reading 10 seasonal treats we love about fall 

No more Marshall Street Starbucks, now what?

Here are the best bang-for-your-buck coffees and creamers sold in supermarkets for students to get their caffeine fix By Erin Fell When news broke this summer that the Starbucks on the corner of Marshall Street and University Avenue closed, we think us Syracuse University students all lost a part of ourselves. We will never forget configuring our routes to class to make sure we had … Continue reading No more Marshall Street Starbucks, now what?