Celebrating the art of cooking in the dorm using only a rice cooker, microwave & crockpot
- Over 100 pages and 39 tasty and easy recipes for college students living in the dorm
- An easy to use Ramen hack system
- Tips on cooking appliances for the dorm
- A list of recommended pantry staples
- Cooking tips
- This eBook is in PDF format
- Only $6.99
Hello, my name is Tina.
A year ago I started writing a food blog as a way to explore cuisine from around the world during the long, harsh Utah Winter. What started out as a Winter hobby quickly turned into a hobby with a life of its own.
I have always been fond of travel and exploration, soaking up culture and enjoying good food. Now I have a creative outlet for my international adventures.
Recently, we were delighted that our darling college girl came home for the holidays. I lived vicariously through her stories as she shared all of the happenings in college and details about her classes.
When the subject of food came up, she relayed the constraints of cooking in the dorm room due to the many safety rules, including which appliances are allowed. Rice cookers, crockpots, microwaves and tea kettles were allowed. Hot plates, toaster ovens and toasters were not. As a mother, I can really appreciate the safety rules colleges implement. As a cook, I have taken the limited use of appliances as a challenge.
Darling daughter and I had a ‘light bulb’ moment and decided to collaborate on a dorm cookbook. This little exercise turned into the Dorm Room Cuisine eBook for college students.
Hi, my name is Bianca.
I love to travel, eat, explore, ski and hike. I am currently a college student studying to be a teacher. Working with children is my passion and I am looking forward to many future adventures with my students.
Cooking in the dorm has its challenges. The safety codes can restrict what we can cook with. I have enjoyed tackling each obstacle and creating some fine, dorm cuisine for you to enjoy. I have a meal plan but eating in the cafeteria three times a day can get tiring. There is variety but after awhile it all looks the same. I like to eat when I am hungry and sometimes I am up late studying. Having the flexibility of cooking some of my meals in the dorm helps me to eat healthier and satisfy those late night hunger pangs.
It is my hope that as you continue your studies, you will learn to master the potential of the rice cooker, microwave and crockpot. I challenge you to embrace the culinary adventures that await you and stop eating out of the vending machines.
What’s in the book?
Over 100 pages and 39 recipes in a PDF format. With over 150 step-by-step photos, every new cook will be able to re-create these recipes with ease.
Thanks for taking the time to check out Dorm Room Cuisine!
Whether you are someone who just reads the posts, someone who comments and emails, or someone who buys the book, I am so very appreciative of your involvement in Fusion Craftiness! Thank you for making the adventures of food blogging such a rewarding endeavor. For world inspired cuisine and travel stories, visit our website at FusionCraftiness.com.
Learn to cook in the dorm using only a rice cooker, microwave & crockpot.
- Cheap recipes for the budget-minded student
- Fast & Easy recipes for the new cook
- 39 tasty and easy recipes for college students living in the dorm
- Only $6.99