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Kent State Connects Blog: Previewing Valentine’s Day; The Way of Tea; and the “Souper” Bowl

Posted Feb. 11, 2013

Love Is in the Air: Previewing Valentine’s Day Blog Posts

Valentine’s Day will be celebrated on Feb. 14, and on the Kent State Connects blog, Natalie Caine-Bish, associate professor in the Department of Health Sciences and registered dietician, will write about “Healthy Places to Take Your Valentine to Eat.” Visit the Kent State Connects blog on Tuesday, Feb. 12, to read Caine-Bish’s blog post.

Also, Kent State executive chef Michael Fiala will write about “Entertaining – Valentine’s Day Wine Dinner for Two.” Visit the Kent State Connects blog on Thursday, Feb. 14, to read Fiala’s post and get ideas for your special Valentine’s Day wine dinner.

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The Way of Tea

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Elaine Robinson, special assistant in Kent State’s Office of
Institutional Advancement, performs as host for Buji no cha,
the last tea of the year in December 2012.

Photo credit: Lisa Hart, tea student

Elaine Robinson, special assistant in Kent State’s Office of Institutional Advancement, has an interesting hobby—the Japanese tea ceremony.

“Tea provides me with an escape from the everyday bustle and an opportunity for self-reflection and deepening human relations,” Robinson says.

Read more from Robinson’s “The Way of Tea” blog post.

Food Fool’s – “Souper” Bowl Party

Emily Myers, special assistant in the Office of the Provost, writes about her group’s “Souper” bowl party.

“It wasn’t planned to be part of the Super Bowl madness, but we found ourselves participating in our own “bowl” event last week featuring neither Ravens nor Niners but SOUPS!  The group met and shared a lunch of three soups.”

Read more from Myers’s “Food Fool’s – ‘Souper’ Bowl Party” blog post.