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The coffee in Waco just got a little bit better.
Dichotomy Coffee & Spirits, which ran out of Croft Art Gallery for the past year, finally opened its doors last week at its own official storefront on Austin Avenue in downtown Waco.
The specialty coffee shop, which also serves food and alcoholic beverages, was founded with the mindset of bringing a high-grade product to its customers while giving them a comfortable, unique environment in which to enjoy it.
With Thanksgiving rapidly approaching, there is one thing that really puts people into the autumn spirit: pumpkin.
Pumpkins are no longer just for decorations and pie. It seems like during the fall season, pumpkin-flavored things are everywhere, and people are loving it.
For some, Thanksgiving means turkey and stretch pants, but for others, it means despair and hunger.
Dave’s Burger Barn, located on 600 N Patricia St. is working to help those families. “We will be opening the restaurant doors to anyone in need who would like a free traditional Thanksgiving meal,” Tim Quiroz, owner and operator of Dave’s Burger Barn, said. “Food will be offered from 11 to 2 p.m.”
Beside cake balls and fancy cupcakes, macarons have become a trendy and unique way to satisfy a sweet tooth. Pinterest is obnoxiously full of recipes for these little sweeties ranging from traditional flavors to seasonal favorites.
A favorite French confection, the macaron is a meringue-based sandwich filled with either a cream or jelly.
The first thought that comes to many people’s mind when thinking of Halloween is candy. We have all done it. Eat piles and piles of candy and later regretted it.
People love Halloween and all the yummy treats, but many feel so unhealthy afterward.
Who says the treat can’t be healthy? Here are some Halloween treats that you can enjoy without all the guilt.
As the temperature drops, something about the color-changing leaves and brisk air sets the mood for one of fall’s favorite beverage: the pumpkin spice latte.
By Linda Nguyen Copy Desk Chief Down North Hewitt Drive about 20 minutes from campus,lies Texas Cantina. This restaurant, located just outside the hustle and bustle of the Baylor Bubble, gives patrons an eclectic blend of foods that truly is Tex-Mex. Atmosphere: The outside is not very impressive, but walking in, patrons have the option […]
Baylor gardeners are using a Baylor alum-produced documentary to motivate students to get active in solving hunger issues in Waco.
“We’ve been wanting to reach the community more and have a collaboration for a joint effort to stop hunger in Waco,” Elizabeth Ross said.
With homecoming weekend upon us, I searched for the perfect dip to serve at a tailgate event or game watch party at home. The Velveeta and Ro-Tel snoozer is a classic but overdone, and I needed something to wow.
However, the recipe I found is a bit more sweet than savory.
As the weather cools down outside, I love to crank the heat up in my oven with an unending supply of fall-inspired baked goods and treats.
This week, I chose black velvet whoopie pies with orange filling. While I mostly opt for creative ways to cook with cinnamon or pumpkin spices, this Halloween recipe made for a spooky-sweet change to the usual pumpkin loaf.
Curious about the name, I found through research that these treats are native to the Amish and New England culture. From traditional chocolate to seasonal pumpkin, the name for these cream-filled goodies spawn from the reaction people gave upon finding one in their lunch box.