Broccoli Cheese Casserole
November 21, 2011 by staff
Broccoli Cheese Casserole, The dorms are due to become a ghost town this week. If you happen to walk around campus from Nov. 23 to Nov. 25, you might even see tumbleweeds.
Thanksgiving break is fast approaching, and many students will be going home. Even if students may not celebrate the holiday, they still look forward to enjoying their favorite meals.
Susan Kim, senior, will return home to Denver for the break. She said that sometimes her mom will make Korean food, along with ordered dishes like sweet potato casserole.
If Kim goes to her dad’s for Thanksgiving, her aunt will make a huge feast for about 10-15 people, including a turkey and other traditional Thanksgiving meals.
Other students, like junior Katie Grant, will stay in Colorado Springs. She doesn’t have a traditional Thanksgiving but still recognizes the occasion with food. She celebrates with four or five families – most of them, including hers, are South African.
“One family is Greek South-African, so they bring Greek food. My family is Polish South-African, so we bring Polish food. English South-African, traditional English dishes,” said Grant.
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