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Veggie tales: senior starts farmers market blog

By Emily Raab, Online News Editor

November 20, 2014

Do you know what a kohlrabi is, or how to make your own coconut milk? How about the proper etiquette for bargaining at a farmers market? Senior Olivia Whitener can make a mean kohlrabi-beet pancake and knows the ins and outs of farmers markets in the area. She shares her recipes, information and observations...

The Observer Cookbook: Pumpkin Bread

The Observer Cookbook: Pumpkin Bread

By Tyler Mead, Online Features Editor

November 9, 2012

With the chilly season comes an influx of pumpkin everything: from lattes to pies, people cannot seem to get enough of it in their diet. No autumn would be complete without one of these recipes, of course, so why not spice things up with a delicious loaf of pumpkin bread. This sweet bread embodies...

Students turn to blogs for self-expression

Students turn to blogs for self-expression

By Allie Curwin and Nicole Weltmann, Staff Writers

May 29, 2012

One of the most common complaints from teenagers is their lack of a voice. Many teens cannot vote, have little sway in national affairs, and believe that the opinions they attempt to share are downplayed by those who believe that they know better. Teens have had enough. Thanks to popular blogging websites, such as...

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