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Tufts may be home to a wide variety of students, but if there is one thing we all have in common it is that we have to eat.  Whether through cooking, culture, politics, religion, or simply just grabbing a cup of butternut squash bisque at Charmichael, food plays a role in our lives in different but equally significant ways.  Tasty Tufts is a food blog for every Tufts student and not just those who regularly use the word umami or geek out over the latest doings of the Adria brothers (though we promise there will be stuff for you guys too!).  Our goal is to have a little something for everyone. Check back often for new installments of your favorite series or information about what is going on at Tufts or around Boston.

For questions or suggestions (or if you’re dying to write something), shoot us an email at Alternatively, visit us on Facebook, or contact us directly from this page (bel0w).

3 Comments Post a comment
  1. Lai Hau Choi #

    Word. Food is ubiquitous in everyone’s lives. The act of eating is universal and can unite people from different parts of the world. The Tasty Tufts blog is a good place for people to come together and share their experiences with food, and in turn learn something new about food from others.

    November 26, 2010
  2. i always visit food blogs because i always like to do some home cooked meals ‘”~

    December 2, 2010
  3. Obviously cooking has now become Huge due to TV shows etc and I was wondering if you have sessions where the public can come in to experience the food etc and use it as a way to get them involved with the Tufts Culinary Society, thought it would be a great idea and we all
    like to see whats coming next !
    if you get a chance
    I look forward to hearing whats happening and coming up with the Culinary Society !!

    February 10, 2012

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