How ESF’s Pure Maple Syrup Is Made

From the middle of February to the end of March, during prime sap collection time, SUNY-ESF students and staff tap and produce maple syrup and maple butter at Tully’s Heiberg Memorial Forest to be sold at the ESF bookstore. Proceeds from the store, managed by the ESF Alumni Association, fund both need and merit-based scholarships for students at the university. It takes 40 gallons of … Continue reading How ESF’s Pure Maple Syrup Is Made

Cooking With Weed: Pot Pizza

If you’re feeling extra adventurous this 4/20, what better place to find yourself other than in the kitchen. Why settle for Wings or Insomnia when you can whip up some delicious, cannabis-infused munchies. So please, be our guest and test the waters with this recipe for “Pot Pizza.” It only takes 40 minutes to cook, so grab your ingredients, roll another one and enjoy this glorious … Continue reading Cooking With Weed: Pot Pizza

8 Do’s And Don’ts When Traveling With Food

I am the kind of girl who always has a snack in her purse. I’ll forget my keys, iPhone, and credit card but always have a Ziploc full of pretzels lingering at the bottom of my Longchamp. So maybe it’s not surprising that I’ve held up an entire TSA security line to Aruba because I had a tub of Moroccan hummus in my purse—hey, it isn’t technically a liquid … Continue reading 8 Do’s And Don’ts When Traveling With Food

5 Grab-And-Go-Quick Breakfast Recipes

Let’s talk about breakfast. It’s supposed to be the most important meal of the day, right? This thousand year old saying is absolutely true. According to the John Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, a nutritious breakfast not only gives us energy to kick start our mornings, but also starts our day off on a healthy note, which influences a person’s health decisions all … Continue reading 5 Grab-And-Go-Quick Breakfast Recipes