Category Archives: cheap eat$ holiday$

Cheap Eat$ meet Groupon

Cheap Eat$ Peeps, it’s time to fill you in on one of the greatest websites, if you haven’t heard about it already, Groupon.com. Groupon works thanks to the power of collective buying. Basically, a business agrees to give consumers a … Continue reading

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A Help to All Interview…

Jessica White is not your average burger in a bun. She is however, an old classmate of mine, a psych major at U of C, she’s smart and her curiosity exceeds that of a cat. For one of her classes, … Continue reading

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Beat The Freeze

By: Nicole Kucharski Now that Chicago has received its first snowfall, we have countless weeks of frozen red cheeks and icy toes to look forward to. Hair and skincare will become especially important this season since cold temperatures can take … Continue reading

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Limitless and Free with Bruno

By: Dinko Cirkic We are proud to have another great chef join us here on Cheap Eat$ for College Peeps. Chef Bruno Mondello, from Chicago, who has been involved with food since he was a child. Bruno is a proud … Continue reading

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Ashley Greene’s Holidays with a Twist

By: Nicole Kucharski Out with the old and in with the new, is this holiday season’s motto. Ashley Greene, originally from Alabama, has been living in Chicago for the past few years working her way up the corporate ladder. However, … Continue reading

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A Cheap Eat$ look @ X-Mas Eve

By: Nicole Kucharski Depending on one’s religious and cultural background, every family has their own food traditions on Christmas Eve. I remember last year sitting with my family eating traditional polish eats (no meat!) which included red bet soup with … Continue reading

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