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Saturday, November 26, 2022

Taco take: La Salle taquerias ranked

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Here are some of my suggestions on the best and worst taco places on La Salle Avenue.

Fall in love with cream cheese in your pumpkin bread recipe

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I love the tangy cream cheese mixture swirled in between the layers of the warm spiced pumpkin bread. This sweet treat makes it feel like it’s really fall, despite the temperature outside.

Conquer the grocery store on a budget

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Don’t be a fish out of water. Before you leave, make a list. Go online to find relatively simple recipes that you can cook in your dorm or your apartment kitchen. Preferably nothing pungent — your neighbors and roommates will thank you.

Not optional: Always tip service workers

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For the person tipping, it’s easy to move on from leaving a zero on the tip section of a receipt or pressing one simple button. For the employee on the other end, though, tipping impacts both their paycheck and their livelihood.

Meal plans save money

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Even though I'm an off-campus student, I still need to eat. I buy a meal plan so I don't have to worry about packing a lunch, there's no money coming out of my pocket and I can maintain ties to campus life.

Lunchboxes: For adults too

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If you’re feeling insecure about being seen with your lunchbox on campus, just know that I will proudly be sporting mine. Having a lunch prepared by myself and eating it where I can relax in the middle of my day is a small blessing I look forward to.

Asian market bridges local cultural gap in Waco

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When Tim Kulkarni and Joni Navarra, owners of East Market and Goods, first moved to Waco, they noticed the need for an Asian grocery store and made it their mission to fill it.

Old-fashioned burgers, homemade shakes: Health Camp succeeds with no breaks

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Family-owned restaurant Health Camp has spent its 74-year history impacting the Waco community from just down La Salle Avenue.

Hawaiian chain restaurants help cure students’ homesickness

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Hawaiian cuisine made its way to Waco this year with the debut of Hawaiian Bros in May and the grand reopening of L&L Hawaiian Barbecue in September.

Cultivate: Urban REAP sows eco-friendly practices

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Urban REAP is a project that works toward creating a more sustainable future by taking action and being a "cleaner, healthier and more empowered community for everyone."

Volunteers needed as local food pantry expands reach

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Shepherd's Heart, a nonprofit food pantry aiming to "feed, clothe, empower and advocate" for families, urges Baylor students to consider volunteering to support its efforts.