by Kristina Birt
The grill is the staple of Chuck’s, Cedarville University’s primary cafeteria.
Rice Crispy Treats by Kyrstin Stadel
- Aluminum foil from Sub Line (optional)
- A spoonful of butter from Power Bar or Breakfast Bar
- A bowl of marshmallows from Breakfast Bar
- A bowl of cereal of your choice
- Take the foil and fold up the edges to make a “boat” shape.
- Melt some of the butter in the foil on the grill. Spread the butter all over the inside of the foil to help prevent sticking.
- Add marshmallows into the foil.
- Mix until the marshmallows are completely melted.
- Pour the marshmallows over the cereal.
- Put some butter on a spoon and mix the marshmallows and the cereal together.
The Mish-Mash by Seth Eroshevich
- Chicken from Habanero or bourbon chicken from Home Cooking
- Brown rice from Habanero or Grill
- Mushrooms, carrot slices and green pepper. Can also include spinach, cheese, broccoli
- Egg from Grill
- Sausage from Grill
- Cooking oil from Grill
- Soy sauce
- Teriyaki sauce
- Put cooking oil on the grill.
- Add rice and chicken.
- Pour egg over the rice and chicken.
- Add vegetables and mix.
- Add desired seasoning, including soy sauce, teriyaki sauce and pepper. Salt can be added for taste.
- Continue mixing until the eggs and vegetables are thoroughly cooked.
Fried Rice by Deborah Raczykowski
- Oil from the Grill
- Vegetables (can include: onions, peppers, edamame, broccoli, spinach) from Salad Bar or Grill
- Rice from Habanero or Grill
- Chicken from Power Bar
- Water from Grill
- Eggs from Grill
- Garlic from Grill
- Teriyaki sauce from Grill
- Cheese from Salad Bar or Grill
- Pour cooking oil on the grill.
- Add vegetables and season with salt and garlic.
- Shred chicken from Power Bar while cooking the vegetables, making sure to stir them every few minutes.
- Add water on top to steam the broccoli.
- Add ginger and other seasonings.
- Add spinach and rice, mixing it with the vegetables.
- Add oil to the side and pour eggs over, making sure to season with salt and pepper. Scramble eggs.
- Add teriyaki sauce to the main mix of rice, chicken and vegetables.
- Mix the cooked eggs with the rice mixture.
- Add cheese and cook until it melts.
Kristina Birt is a sophomore Business Management major and a writer for Cedars. In her free time, she likes to paint, crochet and eat ice cream with friends.