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13 Foods Every College Student Needs to Know How to Cook

Going to college involves many firsts. For some, that may involve cooking for the first time. Check out the foods every college students need to know how to cook.

Chicken Breasts
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Always remember, baked chicken is much healthier than fried chicken. Rub a chicken breast with olive oil and coat it with salt, pepper, and a basic Italian herb mixture. Afterwards, place the chicken breast into the oven until the chicken reaches an internal temperature of 160 degrees Fahrenheit.

Avocado Toast
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While your two pieces of whole grain or sprouted bread are in the toaster, start making your avocado spread. First mash-up one avocado and add in salt, pepper, and garlic powder for taste. Once mixed together, spread the avocado on to the toasted bread for a light breakfast.

Grilled Cheese
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Classic comfort food is a must when attending college. A classic grilled cheese sandwich with American cheese and ham will make you wish that you were home. Substitute the ham with avocado slices for a new and unique flavor profile.

Microwave Cake
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Microwave cakes take five minutes to make and do not require an oven. Prepare the cake with cake mix or a mashed banana and almond milk for those who are vegan. This treat is ideal for a quick midnight snack or a study break.

Baked Sweet Potato Fries
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Baked sweet potato fries are a healthy alternative to french fries and make for the perfect barbecue side dish. Remember to make these for college tailgate parties or when guests come over for a visit.

Chili
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By sparing thirty minutes of your day, you can have a pot of chili that will last a whole week. Combine salsa verde, black beans, and corn to create a dish with an amazing flavor profile.

Mac and Cheese
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Mac and cheese takes less than thirty minutes to make and will make your taste buds dance. The fun shaped pasta, creamy texture of heavy cream, and the shredded cheddar cheese makes for a comforting meal that anyone can make.

Mini Bagel Breakfast Slider
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The mini bagel breakfast slider is made with any produce that is available in the crisper. Toast the mini bagels and place the desired vegetables and meat onto the bagels for a filling breakfast.

Quinoa Salad
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Quinoa salads make for light and healthy dishes that are ideal for an on-the-go lunch. To add a little crunch to the quinoa salad, try adding apples, walnuts, or almonds.

Bacon Chocolate Chip Cookies
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Classic chocolate chip cookies are grand, but how about a bacon chocolate chip cookie? The saltiness of the small bacon bits contrasts with the sweetness of the chocolate chips to make for the perfect treat.

Fruit Smoothies
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Fruit smoothies are easy to make because they have no set of guidelines. A college student can make them with any fruits they have lying around in their mini fridge. These thick drinks are a healthy alternative to the typical meals consumed by students.

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4 Ways Mrs. Doubtfire Taught This Generation Genuine Life Lessons

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As far back as I can remember, I have associated “Mrs. Doubtfire” with family, happiness and amusement. We would crowd into my grandparents’ cozy den, pile up on the couch, double up in the two recliners and the last person to find a seat would get stuck in an uncomfortable wooden chair.

For the full 125 minutes, our eyes were glued to the screen as we absorbed the one-liners and shared laughs. Our parents and grandparents would enter the room periodically and watch with us.

Each person had personal favorite lines; we anticipated the scary parts (Stu choking in Bridges restaurant) and loved the sound of Euphegenia pouring the yogurt sauce as she prepared her first dinner for Miranda and the kids.

Every scene became a memory that we shared together and held close to our hearts.

The underlying themes in “Mrs. Doubtfire” subliminally shed light on important life concepts and taught me lessons through a genuine, humorous and pensive nature.

1. The importance of family

Despite Daniel and Miranda’s issues, the two ultimately did what was best for their children. The parameters of the court’s ruling and visitation rights did not deter Daniel in his quest to be a daily, active member of his kids’ lives.

He sacrificed his manhood (in a sense), took a leap of faith and suppressed the potential consequences of his actions in order to act as a positive influence in the only way he knew how.

Even though his failed marriage left him disheartened, Daniel even made sure that Miranda was taken care of when the “hip, old granny” was around the house. Now, that’s true love: putting others first by sacrificing your own well-being and level of comfortability.

In spite of obstacles that present themselves, family is everything.

2. Stop caring about what other people think

Each day after work, Daniel entered the men’s bathroom as a male and exited as a female. He passed people on his way in and out who gave him weird looks, yet he marched on, proudly. He put the perception of the outside world aside to move forward on his mission to remain a familial staple.

There were plenty of times when his “cross-dressing” was misconstrued and could have led to embarrassment, but because he was able to not care, he remained focused.

If you feel that something is right, go for it and follow through. Don’t stop and ruminate on what others may be thinking. One of life’s biggest deterrents is worrying about how the world may perceive you. Be yourself and march to the beat of your own drum.

3. Sadness is temporary

Divorce is difficult for everyone, parents and children alike.

It took awhile for everyone adjust to their new lifestyles: Daniel in his new apartment, away from the children; Miranda becoming the primary bread winner and running the household (alongside Mrs. Doubtfire); the children getting used to Daniel’s absence around the house.

The sense of normalcy and the steady flow of life suddenly vanished. Everyone was left bereft and stuck reminiscing about the past and the happiness they had once known.

Eventually, the rain clouds cleared and sun came back. Miranda found comfort in Stu, Daniel found comfort in his new role as “nanny” and the children began to depend on Mrs. Doubtfire for comfort and guidance.

There are many rainy days in life. Sadness can erupt into a monsoon, but in time, the light at the end of the tunnel will shine again.

4. Don’t blame yourself

In her famous final monologue, Mrs. Doubtfire eloquently states the following,

“Oh, my dear Katie. You know, some parents, when they’re angry, they get along much better when they don’t live together. They don’t fight all the time, and they can become better people, and much better mummies and daddies for you.

And sometimes they get back together. And sometimes they don’t, dear. And if they don’t, don’t blame yourself. Just because they don’t love each other anymore, doesn’t mean that they don’t love you. There are all sorts of different families, Katie.

Some families have one mommy, some families have one daddy, or two families. And some children live with their uncle or aunt. Some live with their grandparents, and some children live with foster parents.

And some live in separate homes, in separate neighborhoods, in different areas of the country – and they may not see each other for days, or weeks, months, even years at a time.”

It gives strength to those who are in the depths of custody battles, familial disagreements or general acrimony. It lends a helping hand to those who feel lost, different or unsure of their current life situations. Mrs. Doubtfire’s honest voice of comfort and truth rang through the streets of San Francisco and into the hearts of viewers.

We were all truly devastated because his character was and is part of our lives. Despite any drama or the inevitable loss of connection throughout the years, the film is a force of undeniable cogency that has and always will keep us tied together.

In the wise words of Euphegenia, “But if there’s love, dear, those are the ties that bind.”

Thank you for everything, Robin.

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