The 2018 Newspaper staff is filled with a diverse and exciting group of people. This year more than ever than, there has been a noticeable difference in the culinary preferences among the staff. To merge these worlds together, over the weekend of Oct. 27 and 28 we had members venture outside their culinary comfort zones by having meat eaters review vegan foods and by having vegans explore the so- called vegan options at restaurants.
The Market On South
On Sunday Oct. 28, I ventured out of my culinary comfort zone to a restaurant called the Market On South, located in Orlando’s Milk District. Contrary to its location, the Market On South is completely dairy free and vegan. Their menu features plant-based beverages and dishes, with options ranging from authentic BBQ meals to traditional desserts.
I walked into the restaurant attempting to stay as optimistic a...
Little Saigon review
Little Saigon is a cute hole in the wall Vietnamese restaurant on East Colonial Drive in Orlando, FL. Adorned with vibrant street art, banners, and plants, the location pleasantly attracts passerbyers. Upon initial entry one is thrust into the past, with certificates and awards lining the door. We were instantly greeted by a kind older man who sat us in an optimal location, with a view of the stree...
Review: Valkyrie Donuts
As a devout meat eater, I fall short from the classic vegan persona. I do however, have a liking for vegan desserts as I try to limit my dairy intake. On Sunday Oct. 28, I ventured out to “The Market On South” in the Milk District of Orlando, an ironic location given this restaurant aims to serve O-town’s vegan population. “The Market on South” is a shared plant based market where the re...
Vietnamese Summer Roll Recipe
The Vietnamese Summer Roll is a vegan recipe that is easy to do and takes very little time!