On Campus Dinner Experiment


A view of a dinner I cooked while staying on campus through Spring Break


Because I made a pretty looking dish in my campus housing...I had watched one of my roommates move out the day before and we said goodbye to each other. My other roommate was not coming back on campus until May to pick up her things, so I was alone in the house. I wanted to do cooking and experiment to see what I could manage, without poisoning myself. Before Molly left, she said I could have the olive oil and her minced garlic. This gave me ideas so I ubered to Stop -n - Shop and picked up chicken and sausages and other items. Now at that time, the only chicken that I could get was a 10 lbs back of leg quarters. It was a LOT of chicken. I had to separate and clean all the chicken, which turned out to be 11 thighs and 11 legs. So this picture is one of the many chicken dishes I made and froze that night. I texted my Mom for some ideas for all of the chicken.
The dish turned out very well. Chicken and Sausage with onion, yellow bell pepper, and broccoli florets.


Tuere Williams


Springfield College


Tuere Williams





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Tuere Williams, “On Campus Dinner Experiment,” Springfield College COVID-19 Experience, accessed February 1, 2023, https://sccovid19.omeka.net/items/show/151.


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