This week HomePlate heard of a traditional Ethiopian cuisine of called injera. Injera is a a pancake-style flatbread used to pinch food, taking place of utensils.
Undeclared freshman Geovanny Alzate shared his favorite home-cooked meal to an extent that’s actually somewhat disturbing.
Art freshman Austin Ryan gave us a peek into his favorite home-cooked meal this week, and it was a quite comical one at that.
Finance freshman Elijah James is taking HomePlate to Italy this weekend with his favorite dish of spaghetti and meatballs that his mother makes for him.
Although beef enchiladas are typically thought of as a Mexican-style dish, the flavors have reached out all the way to Canadian-native graphic design freshman Gabriel Williams.
This blog is a new addition to The Shorthorn’s digital-first concept that is kicking off this fall. HomePlate is here to give students a place to connect in a culinary and cultural way.