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Taylor Ward // Contributing writer Murfreesboro’s Saturday Market on the Square is a great place for families and members of the community to shop for local goods and fresh produce. Local farmers and businesses gather in the square every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. until noon, to sell a variety of products and bring the …

The only thing more frustrating than being a broke college student is being a hungry, vegan college student. Thankfully, these three recipes are here to help you out on your short study and work breaks. Vegan Rice “Ramen” I like to refer to this recipe as vegan rice “ramen” because it is a cheap, easy …

Whether you’re a New England Patriots or a Seattle Seahawks fan, you will likely encounter some sort of Super Bowl party tomorrow. If you’re hosting or in need of a dish to take to a party, here’s a few fairly simple and inexpensive dishes courtesy of AllRecipes.com: The 3rd Down Chip Dip (a.k.a beef-bean-and-cheese-dip) Ingredients: 1 …

Being a college student likely means being broke and hungry all the time. These three quick and easy meals can help change that. Banana Bread Did you buy too many bananas and now you have a few overripe ones? Don’t throw them away; make some banana bread for a quick snack or breakfast in the mornings when you’re on the go. …

By Meredith G. White, MTSU Sidelines Contributing Writer MTSU’s Homecoming Week continued with the annual Chili Cook-Off  on Thursday evening. Several student organizations, alumni and community groups competed in the cook-off with special recipes. A $5 entry fee allowed patrons to taste all the entries, play games such as corn hole, enter a giveaway and vote for a favorite chili …

If you were to walk into The Pfunky Griddle, you will quickly notice that it’s not your typical breakfast eatery. Here, you’re handed a series of items including a pitcher of all you can eat batter, your choice of toppings and a spatula to make your own breakfast. The restaurant also offers alternatives for those with …