Monday, March 27

In the final edition of Dorm Dining, Daily Bruin columnist Andrew Warner spiced up traditional rice cooker rice with a rice pilaf dish cooked in carrot juice. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
In the final edition of Dorm Dining, Daily Bruin columnist Andrew Warner spiced up traditional rice cooker rice with a rice pilaf dish cooked in carrot juice. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

(Olivia Chen/Daily Bruin)
(Olivia Chen/Daily Bruin)

(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

Frittatas generally take slightly longer to cook than an omelette because they are thicker and are cooked at a lower temperature. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
Frittatas generally take slightly longer to cook than an omelette because they are thicker and are cooked at a lower temperature. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
(Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

Columnist Andrew Warner used preprepared ingredients such as pre-grilled chicken and mirepoix to make a simple chicken noodle soup dish in his rice cooker.  Since the ingredients did not require much preparation, the soup only took around 15 minutes to cook.  (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
Columnist Andrew Warner used preprepared ingredients such as pre-grilled chicken and mirepoix to make a simple chicken noodle soup dish in his rice cooker.  Since the ingredients did not require much preparation, the soup only took around 15 minutes to cook.  (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)


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