Breakfast was nonexistent until the 17th century. The Romans only ate one extravagant meal a day, lounging and splurging on grapes and wine. In the late 1700s, breakfast consisting mainly of eggs, coffee, and tea emerged as a symbol of the wealthy.
When the Industrial Revolution implemented fixed working hours, laborers were forced to eat an energy packed meal before going into work. Eventually, people of all classes began eating a meal before their workdays to fuel themselves throughout the morning, giving rise to what we now know as breakfast. Continue reading
Art by: Rachel Hsu Science of Food Pairings: The Wine Edition Article by Tanvi Bahuguna, Photos by Ashley E. Mendez | Fall 2014 Whether you are at a restaurant or planning a dinner party at home, you’ll probably be in search for the perfect accompaniment to your meal. Tanvi gives us the facts behind the different types of … Continue reading
Columbia Greenmarket Review ARTICLE AND PHOTOS BY AMELIA EDWARDS | FALL ISSUE 2014 With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we are always on the lookout for a touch of comfort that you can bring home or to your dorm room. With its proximity to Columbia University, the Greenmarket is the perfect place to visit for any … Continue reading
Art by: Joanne Raptis Coconut Chia Pudding ARTICLE BY JOHN HAO, PHOTOS BY AMELIA EDWARDS | FALL ISSUE 2014 Culinarian Magazine is excited to start off its blog for issue 1 of this year’s magazine, Food as Science, with the first in a series by our resident vegan, John. These simple recipes are perfect for … Continue reading