Sunday, February 26

(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)

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

UCLA columnist Andrew Warner challenged himself with one of Julia Child's French recipes.  While the dish required over an hour of cooking, the beef saute developed exceptional flavors and    a creamy texture. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
UCLA columnist Andrew Warner challenged himself with one of Julia Child's French recipes.  While the dish required over an hour of cooking, the beef saute developed exceptional flavors and    a creamy texture. (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)

The Tuck Room Tavern's appetizer of Reuben Croquettes are fried balls of cheese and pastrami. The outer layer is crispy breadcrumbs, topped with sauerkraut, pickles and Thousand Island dressing. (Linda Xu/Daily Bruin)
The Tuck Room Tavern's appetizer of Reuben Croquettes are fried balls of cheese and pastrami. The outer layer is crispy breadcrumbs, topped with sauerkraut, pickles and Thousand Island dressing. (Linda Xu/Daily Bruin)

(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)
(Kelly Brennan/Daily Bruin senior staff)

Columnist Andrew Warner made bread pudding in his rice cooker and topped it off with peanut butter ice cream.  Warner used stale bread soaked in cream, eggs, sugar and cinnamon as the dessert’s base, resulting in a satisfying bread pudding that is tastier than The Study’s own rendition.  (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)
Columnist Andrew Warner made bread pudding in his rice cooker and topped it off with peanut butter ice cream.  Warner used stale bread soaked in cream, eggs, sugar and cinnamon as the dessert’s base, resulting in a satisfying bread pudding that is tastier than The Study’s own rendition.  (Rachel Lee/Daily Bruin)


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