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De Tasty Hotpot: The Search for Authenticity

De Tasty is definitely a little pricier than other restaurants in the area, and I ended up spending about $16 on just myself. But I would recommend it to anyone, and I can’t wait to visit again to try the hotpot. If you’re looking to leave behind boring Americanized Chinese food and have a small taste of something more authentic, then De Tasty is the place to go.

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Gluten-Free & Gothic: A Review

The food itself was surprisingly tasty and certainly masked the gluten-free, nut-free designation …. In other words, it doesn’t have to mean dry, pale, brittle cookies. And, I have to say, the meal was satisfying, even for someone who is not bound by a gluten-free diet.

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A Mixed Second Chance

When it opened a few months ago, The Sun found it to be lacking in several ways. With the advent of their new brunch menu and promises of improvements over price and service, we decided to give them another chance.

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RIP Synapsis (2008-2017): Students React to Impending Closure of Beloved Eatery

News of Synapsis closing down has been met with surprise from many students. Long-time patron Timothy Krausz ’17 gave high praise for Synapsis, saying that, “even if my lab wasn’t next door to Synapsis, I would still go out of my way for the all-day breakfast burritos and coffee — the best coffee on campus.”

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Tea Eggs: This Household Delight Will Brighten up Your Lunar New Year

Almost all Cornell students have stumbled into Okenshields during lunch, when they serve tea eggs. As most students probably enjoy munching down on those brown, savory eggs, I am here to share a family tea egg recipe so you can relish the taste of tea eggs at your own leisure.