Welcome to our new members: Janice Tiao, Ting-Fung Chan, An-Ting Liu, Emmett Buckley, Abigail Bowman, Maya Gainer, and Ingrid Liu!
This past fall and winter, the IFC had a Karaoke Night and a Halloween gathering, took part in intramural soccer and basketball, and coordinated with Brown and 2D for the third semi-annual semiformal Co-op Hop.
Our menu at the Co-op Hop included:
Korean beef with rice cake
paprika chicken wings
squash and apple soup
chocolate chip cookies
We had guests at almost all of our dinners and we always welcome more. The food at dinners ranged from Chinese to Indian to (arguably) Canadian to Italian.
Some memorable dinner announcements:
From Sara: Every Who down in Whoville liked Christmas a lot
But the Grinch who lived just North of Whoville did not.
Though your work my be Grinch-like and keeps you from cheer
For Legendary Tuesday we expect you to come here.
Green Grinch Guacamole and greens now awaits
With Rice on the side , the whole meal should be great.
If these dishes do not fit your fancy, at least,
Come enjoy the Who Pudding and feast on Roast Beast!
Though school work call out, and out oven is gone,
Today’s dinner awaits you – the meal must go on!
From Sukrit: Citizens of the IFC,
Happy Mole Day! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ReMe348Im2w&feature=player_embedded
Even if you didn’t quite think that was epic (What, you didn’t watch it? Why are you reading this line already then?), or aren’t smitten with all things chemistry, come enjoy our – somewhat frivolously – mole themed cuisine.
Shrimp with Mole Sauce and Rice (Suggested Serving: 6)
Mouldy Bread (Suggested Serving: 0)
Stewed chicken that sort of looks like it could conceivably be a mole (like the groundhog) (Suggested Serving: 2)
Mole-berry muffins (Suggested Serving: 3 (!))
Avocad(r)o Black Bean Soup
If you’re wondering why there is no suggested serving number for the soup, you’re welcome to try and count the amount of soup we have (no, even the mole concept won’t be much use here). If you happen to think the correct value for 1 mole of things is 6.022 X 10^23 instead of 6.023 X 10^23, you clearly didn’t go to high school in India. Finally, the mole-berry muffins are actually blueberry muffins. We didn’t have any mulberries (Also, don’t really take three muffins each).
Your repertoire of chefs, (which sadly lacks any formal training in chemistry today),
Kate, Jason and Sukrit