All About Tastebuds

Thu, Jun 5, 2014 10:43 am

At the WOUB Public Media offices we’ve often joked that if someone wanted to kill off the entire staff all they’d have to do is leave some laced brownies in the lunchroom. It would take us all down by the end of the day.

Like most office staffs, we like to eat.

If you’ve spent any time in a media organization, you know that food comes second only to our other vice - coffee.

Fri, May 23, 2014 4:31 pm

Many of us are anticipating the upcoming extended weekend as we prepare to celebrate and honor Memorial Day 2014 in the United States of America. Just some of the activities may be: cookouts, graduations, parades, vacations, barbeques, time for home and yard improvements, picnics, family reunions, class reunions, remembering our loved ones by adorning grave stones with flowers, local and national performances honoring our fallen and current military service people, snoozing in your hammock…AND…MOST IMPORTANTLY a time of reflection and remembrance.

Fri, May 9, 2014 11:42 am

WOUB Public Media is now featuring a cooking show with Ian Knauer titled, THE FARM. Ian gained a tremendous amount of experience by working for Gourmet Magazine for ten years. His position there enabled Ian to travel the world in search of the best food. He quickly realized that the way his family ate wasn’t just down-home country cooking, but rather, world-class food and the picture of what American food can be.

Mon, May 5, 2014 4:48 pm

Our viewing and listening area is an extraordinary environment for a multitude of reasons, and, the premise of my opinion is how we experience all four seasons like we do. I look forward to the change in our climate and all the sights and scents that accompany our springs, summers, falls and winters; however, as eagerly as I invite a season in I’m just as eager to see it go and wave on a new one. This latest winter did pack a punch and most of us had doubts not that spring would arrive, but, WHEN it would arrive!!!

Fri, Apr 25, 2014 2:54 pm

Following a balanced, healthy diet is a major challenge faced by many college students. Busy schedules and limited budgets quickly increase the appeal of fast food and frozen meals, and dining halls are often filled with less than ideal options. In addition to the dreaded weight gain that so often accompanies life at school, poor eating habits developed while in college have long-term effects that carry far beyond graduation. There is no easy solution to this dilemma, but here are a day’s worth of quick, cheap and easy recipes to help kick-start a healthier diet!

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